The True Brothers The True Brothers consists of Jacky and Roger True. Both born in the early 1960s. Started out in talent shows as True & True. Taken in part from their favorite tv series Simon & Simon. Quite popular in their native North Carolina in the years 1990 - 94. Then in June of that year changed their name to The True Brothers to drive home the fact that they are indeed real life brothers. Appeared in Nashville in the late 1990s at the International Country Music Fan Fair for IFCO. And also in a major Country Music Cookbook for the IFCO folks as well. With C&W stars like George Strait, George Jones, Alan Jackson, etc. Then in 1995 they starred in the motion picture, 'The Dam,' which starred among others Barry Bell, who appeared in Matlock, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Maximum Overdrive, and last but not least Love Struck. With a soundtrack by Southern Culture on the Skids. Signed to Thunderbolt Records in 1999 of Arizona. Have released 5 projects for the label. With the first being a tribute album to Country Superstar Webb Pierce. Before the much publicized Gail Davies project on him. 'Hurt Her Once for Me' and their first all bluegrass, all gospel album 'The Third Man'. Which has been receiving national acclaim / attention in publications like Bluegrass Unlimited, Power Source Magazine, Country Music People and Country Standard Time. With liner notes by Charlie Louvin of the World Famous Louvin Brothers and a Grand Ole Opry Member since 1955. He was inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001. The talented twosome appearred on the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree on April 20, 2002 backed by the Opry Stage Band, which included the legendary Jimmy Capps and Billy Linerman. Since 'The Third Man' CD the boys have released Country Gold a album consisting of hit songs for the True's Heroes like the Wilburn Brothers' 'Hurt Her Once for Me', Webb Pierce's 'Honky Tonk Song', Ernest Tubb's 'Thanks Alot', Hank Thompson's 'The Wild Side of Life', etc. The package includes liner notes by David McCormick owner of the Ernest Tubb Record Shops. And most recently an album of all original tunes titled 'Hymns and Other Songs We Wrote Ourselves', which includes the guys number 24 bluegrass hit 'There's a Gate' according to Power Source Magazine of Nashville, governed by the CCMA (Christian Country Music Association). Others include two literary nods with 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' (a novel by Oscar Wilde) and 'Jekyll Ol' Jekyll' based on the Robert Louis Stephens novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, bluegrass toe tappers like 'That Banjo Picking Mama of Mine' and the biographical song 'We Do It for You'. Liner notes are done by Billy Crash Craddock of 'Rub It In' fame. The boys are in the process of going back into the studio to record their first Christmas disc, due out in October 2004. Inspired by the Wilburn Brothers, Teddy & Doyle along with the Bellemy and Warren Brothers; they continue the long tradition of Country Singing brother acts. Tracy Austin Spring 2004.