It has been more than three years since the Pittsburgh group released the polished "Perfect Tragedy." The band decided to take its time on the follow-up, and since then, a couple of the guys have added to the GBE fan base with babies, pushing the project back a bit.
By Scott Mervis
It's been a little more than three years since Good Brother Earl released its second album, "Perfect Tragedy" -- enough time for any band to be forgotten. Not to mention that the music industry has undergone its own economic meltdown, with diminishing returns for artists.
By Rege Behe
It's been more than two years since the band's previous release -- and a decade since it started out -- but a new Good Brother Earl album is worth the wait.
By Aaron Jentzen
WYEP 913 Essential Songs
Good Brother Earl is a band with a weird name that doesn’t mean anything, yet it has a distinctive sound formed by a collection of rock, blues, country and pop influences.
By Larissa Gula
Good Brother Earl's self-titled debut was one of the stronger local albums of 2004. Two years later, the follow-up, "Perfect Tragedy," is as good as, if not better than, the initial release. More rock-oriented and with more concise songs, it's apparent the band has tweaked its original formula.