The Elvis Brothers

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The Elvis Brothers
Origin Champaign, IL
Genres Power pop
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Past members Rob Elvis
Graham Elvis
Brad Elvis
Adam Schmitt
Randy Seals

The Elvis Brothers were a power pop trio (and sometimes quartet) that got its start in Champaign, Illinois, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and universally regarded as one of the best trios ever to emerge from Champaign. The members were Rob Elvis (guitar, vocals), Graham Elvis (bass, vocals) and Brad Elvis (drums). The band released two albums with Portrait Records: Movin' Up in 1983, and Adventure Time in 1985.[1] In 1992, they released an album called Now Dig This on Recession Records.

After the Elvis Brothers broke up, Brad Elvis replaced Clem Burke as the drummer for The Romantics.


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