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Cate Brothers, The

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The Cate Brothers: Cate Brothers

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 29 January 1976

TEN YEARS AGO, Earl and Ernie Cate were playing the same Arkansas bars as Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks. While the Hawks have moved on ...

The Cate Brothers: Playing the New Southern Sensibility

Interview by Joe Nick Patoski, Rolling Stone, 12 February 1976

DALLAS — While a Memphis band's Beatles mimicry penetrated the thin walls of the clammy locker room in the Electric Ballroom, keyboard player Ernie Cate ...

Nils Lofgren, the Cate Brothers: Bottom Line, New York NY

Live Review by Toby Goldstein, Sounds, 17 April 1976

Would you buy a used trampoline from this man? ...

Cate Brothers: New Victoria, London

Live Review by Mick Houghton, Sounds, 6 November 1976

EVERY SO OFTEN a group's live performance is so good that their albums from that moment on lose something of the impact they once had. ...

Cate Bros' Blue Eyed Soul

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 1 February 1977

ALTHOUGH SCOTLAND'S Average White Band are credited mostly for the pulling down of that old colour barrier that used to segregate white soul acts away ...

The Doobie Brothers: Livin' On The Fault Line; The Rowan Brothers: Jubilation; The Cate Brothers Band: The Cate Brothers Band

Review by Bob Spitz, Crawdaddy!, November 1977



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