Let Your Love Flow – Bellamy Brothers – 1976

 Bellamy Brothers Let Your Love Flow CoverA country music crossover act, The Bellamy Brothers had a huge hit in 1976 with a Neil Diamond reject, Let Your Love Flow.

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  • The Bellamy Brothers are really brothers!  A duet featuring David and Howard (real first name = Homer) Bellamy.
  • The boys hail from Florida.
  • Known predominantly as country singers, David and Howard have racked up over 20 #1 singles on the US country charts and featured on them over 50 times.
  • Still performing today, they have released over 50 albums.
  • The brothers were first noticed in the late 1960’s by a friend of recording artist Jim Stafford.  He and David wrote Spiders and Snakes which became a Top 5 hit for Jim.  Howard became Jim’s road manager but singing was in the blood and, in 1975 The Bellamy Brothers were signed by Curb Records.
  • Their first serious single, Let Your Love Flow, hit #1 on the US charts.  Then, in 1979, they hit #1 on the country charts with If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me.

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  • Let Your Love Flow was written by Larry E. Williams, a roadie for Neil Diamond.  Neil was offered the song but turned it down.
  • Let Your Love Flow was recorded by The Bellamy Brothers in 1976 and reached #1 on the US charts.
  • Let Your Love Flow was back in the UK singles chart in 2008 after it was used in a Barclaycard advertisement.  It peaked at #21.
  • In 1979, Joan Baez released a cover of Let Your Love Flow.
  • Let Your Love Flow lyrics.

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