Over 50 years ago, Larry, Steve, and Rudy Gatlin started singing in their little hometown of Abilene, Texas, and from there went on to make music history. Over the course of a four-decade career that has taken the Gatlin Brothers from dusty Texas stages to White House performances, from Broadway to Grammy Awards to the top of the country charts, there has been one unifying element, music. There's no harmony quite as pure as family harmony.
Over the next decade the Brothers scored more than a dozen Top 40 hits, including "Denver," "Houston," Midnight Choir," and "She Used To Be Somebody's Baby," "I Don't Want To Cry," "Statues Without Hearts," "What Are We Doing Lonesome," "Night Time Magic," "Love Is Just A Game," "The Lady Takes The Cowboy Every Time," and Talkin' To The Moon." In 1979 Larry Gatlin won the ACM's "Top Male Vocalist," "Album of the Year," and "All The Gold In California" won "Single of the Year." The Gatlin Brothers light up major marquees and packed concert halls across America.