The Malpass Brothers
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a  new film by Minnow Media
FILM PREMIERES across North Carolina on JUNE 7 at 8 PM on UNC-TV
and live streaming online at unctv.org/specials/http://unctv.org/specials/shapeimage_3_link_0
 

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All photos on this website, courtesy of Minnow Media. All rights reserved. Inquiries about booking the Malpass Brothers for a performance may be directed to
Stephen Barefoot at goingbarefoot.com or to Dan Mann at livearts.biz

On the verge of stardom, Christopher Malpass still keeps his day job working on transmissions in Goldsboro, North Carolina.  His younger brother, Taylor, farms tobacco.  More and more, though, the brothers  are taking time off to play in clubs and concert halls, and even on the occasional Caribbean cruise. Is moving from North Carolina to Nashville in their future?


The Malpass Brothers ignite audiences with their first love--vintage country music. “When we go to visit our heroes in Nashville,” says Christopher, “we have to go to the cemetery.”


Christopher and Taylor Malpass know how to hit every historic lick--from Merle Haggard to Johnny Cash, and Ferlin Husky to the Louvin Brothers. Their voices blend as only brothers can. And their humor is infectious.

Now, in partnership with the Paramount Theater and North Carolina Public Television,  a documentary about The Malpass Brothers  will premiere on June 7th at 8 pm on North Carolina Public Television--UNC TV

The film features hometown  concert footage from the sold-out Paramount show in January 2017,  interviews with the Malpass family, their neighbors,  school teachers, co-workers, and all the fans that have adopted them.

The filmakers also interviewed deejay and country music historian Carl Lamm and Clyde Mattocks of the Super Grit Cowboy Band, and Nashville royalty--Jimmy Capps.


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