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medium> Your Song – Elton John
Your Mama Don’t Dance- Loggins and Messina
You’ve Lost that Loving Feeling – Righteous Bros
You May Be Right - Billy Joel
Words - Bee Gees
Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
Wild Nights - Van Morrison
What’d I Say – Ray Charles
Volcano – Jimmy Buffet
Viva Las Vegas – Elvis Presley
Unchain My Heart – Joe Cocker
Twistin’ the Night Away – Sam Cooke
Twist and Shout - Beatles
Touch Me - The Doors
Torn Down – Eric Clapton
To Love Somebody – Bee Gees
Time Won’t Let Me - Outsiders
The Wanderer – Dion
The One – Elton John
The Letter – Joe Cocker
Teddy Bear – Elvis Presley
Teach Your Children – Crosby, Stills & Nash
Taking Care of Business–Bach. Turner Overdrive
Sweet Caroline – Neal Diamond
Suspicious Minds – Elvis Presley
Sunspot - Bob Seger
Story In Your Eyes – Moody Blues
Some Kind of Wonderful – Grand Funk
Sharp Dressed Man – ZZ Top
Shake Your Booty – KC & The Sunshine Band
Secret Agent Man – Johnny Rivers
Saturday Nights Alright – Elton John
Runaround Sue – Dion
Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
Pink Cadillac – Bruce Springsteen
Party Town – Glen Fry
One Night – Elvis Presley
Old Time Rock ‘n’ Roll – Bob Seeger
Oh Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison
O Ye Como Va - Santana
My Girl - Temptations
Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett
Midnight Hour – Wilson Pickett
Memphis - Johnny Rivers
Maybeline – Johnny Rivers
Marqueritaville – Jimmy Buffet
Magic Carpet Ride – Steppenwolf
Love the One You’re With – Crosby, Stills, & Nash
Love Me 2 Times – The Doors
Long Train Running – Doobie Brothers
Little Sister - Elvis Presley
Listen To The Music – Doobie Brothers
Leave Your Hat On – Joe Cocker
Knock on Wood – Eddie Floyd
Keep your Hands to Yourself-Georgia Satellites
Jail House Rock – Elvis Presley
It’s Still Rock ‘n’ Roll to Me – Billy Joel
I’m a Believer – Neal Diamond
I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash
I think Were Alone – Tommy James /Shondells
I Saw Her Standing There – Beatles
House Is Rocking – Stevie Ray Vaughn
Honky Tonk Woman – Rolling Stones
Hey Baby – Bruce Chanel
Heartbreak Hotel – Elvis Presley
Have I Told You Lately - Van Morrison
Handle With Care- Traveling Wilburys
Green Onion – Booker T & The MGs
Good Old Rock’n’ Roll – Cat Mother & the
Good Lovin – The Rascals
Gimme Some Loving –Spencer Davis
Gimme 3 Steps – Lynard Skynard
Get Down Tonight – KC & The Sunshine Band
Get Back – Beatles
Folsom Prison – Johnny Cash
Fire Down Below – Bob Seeger
Evil Ways - Santana
Draggin’ the Line – Tommy James/Shondells
Don’t be Cruel – Elvis Presley
Domino - Van Morrison
Dock of the Bay – Otis Redding
Devil With The Blue Dress – Mitch Ryder & The
Detroit Wheels
Cover Me – Bruce Springsteen
Come Monday - Jimmy Buffet
China Grove – Doobie Brothers
Centerfield – John Fogerty
Can’t Help Myself - 4 Tops
Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley
Bus Rider – Guess Who
Burnin’ Love – Elvis Presley
Brown Sugar – Rolling Stones
Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison
Brick House – Commodores
Born to be Wild – Steppenwolf
Boogie Shoes – KC & The Sunshine Band
Black Magic Woman - Santana
Back in the USSR – Beatles
American Trilogy – Elvis Presley
All Shook Up – Elvis Presley
All Night Newsboys
Ain’t to Proud to Beg – Temptations
867-5309 - Tommy Tutone
634-5789 - Wilson Pickett
1985 - Paul McCartney

Maybe you cruised on the Admiral when they were the house band playing the Promenade deck back in the 70's, or possibly you caught them at your local teen town, high school, CYC dance, College, Frat or Sorority Party . Could be they played your Prom, Home Coming or Parish Picnic and they might have even performed at your favorite night spot like Collinsville Ballroom, Hanger One, Music Room, Peppermint Lounge, The Granary, or Casa Loma Ballroom just to name a few.

You may have heard them at Six Flags, Busch Stadium, the St. Louis Custom Car Show, saw them on Local TV or heard them live on KSHE, KADI or KLOU Radio. The Band also played weddings, corporate picnics, office parties, classic car shows hundreds of private parties, besides working with legendary performers such as four time Grammy Award winner Michael McDonald, Chubby Checker, The Oak Ridge Boys, and Chuck Berry.

No doubt if you have followed the local music scene you know the Younger Brothers were one of the most popular groups on the local circuit from the late 60's until the group disbanded in the mid 80's.

In 2004 the band reunited to play for a Tribute to Darwin Seidel, a friend and former band mate. The Band was so well received and had such a good time that they are now back, playing those great Oldies and Classic Rock tunes that we all love.

Catch 'em if you can!

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