The Statler Brothers

Originally founded as gospel quartet "The Kingsmen", the Statler Brothers turned out to be one of the longest lasting and most successful vocal groups in country music. They were part of the Johnny Cash roadshow between 1963 and 1971. During that period they recorded for Columbia Records and scored several top hits like "Flowers On The Wall" and "You Can't Have Your Kate And Edith, Too".

In 1969, they signed for Mercury records, continuing a long string of hits throughout the 1970's including nostalgic songs like "Class Of '57" and "Carry Me Back" as well as their first #1 hit "Do You Know You Are my Sunshine" in 1978.