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Watch this exclusive Mr. Petersburg, Florida! His career could have come crashing down probably a dozen times since it began 50 years, starting with his first breakup with the late Bobby Hatfield, his singing partner in the Righteous Brothers, continuing through the murder of his first wife, his career as a restaurateur, and so many songs he turned down that became monster hits for others. I love to listen to that record.
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The Righteous Brothers

Were the righteous brothers gay
Were the righteous brothers gay
Were the righteous brothers gay
Were the righteous brothers gay
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Singer Bill Medley's soul shines! | Mr. Media® Interviews

They began performing together in in the Los Angeles area as part of a five-member group called the Paramours , [1] but adopted the name "The Righteous Brothers" when they embarked on their recording career as a duo. Their most active recording period was in the s and 70s, and although the duo was inactive for some years, Hatfield and Medley reunited in and continued to perform until Hatfield's death in Their emotive vocal style is sometimes dubbed " blue-eyed soul ". Hatfield and Medley had contrasting vocal ranges, which helped them to create a distinctive sound as a duet, but also strong vocal talent individually that allowed them to perform as soloists. Medley sang the low parts with his bass-baritone voice, with Hatfield taking the higher register vocals with his tenor voice. They had their first hit with the song " You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' ", produced by Phil Spector and often considered one of his finest works. Both Hatfield and Medley also had for a time their own solo careers.
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Righteous Brother Bobby Hatfield Dies

They weren't brothers, but Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield both born in were most definitely righteous, defining and perhaps even inspiring the term "blue-eyed soul" in the mid-'60s. When Medley and Hatfield combined forces in , they emerged from regional groups the Paramours and the Variations ; in fact, they kept the Paramours billing for their first single. By , they were calling themselves the Righteous Brothers , Medley taking the low parts with his smoky baritone, Hatfield taking the higher tenor and falsetto lines.
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