The Everly Brothers have been hailed as the most successful singing duo of all time.

Their string of smash hits, most of them penned in the 50s, still reverberate despite the passage of time.

Fans have a treat in store when a concert-based musical telling the brothers' story comes to the Theatre Royal in Glasgow on June 23.

Walk Right Back tells how the brothers rose from their humble country family upbringing to the biggest act the world had ever seen.

Featuring hits such as Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie, All I Have To Do Is Dream, When Will I Be Loved, Bird Dog, Cathy’s Clown and many more, this two hour show will take the audience through the brothers' life and career.

It charts their rise to fame, then their inevitable split and feud lasting a decade, and glorious reunion that gave them back to the world, and to each other

Starring International Everly Brothers Fan Club favourites, The Wilson Brothers, Walk Right Back is the first show of its kind to tell this wonderful, sad and glorious story, and entwines it all around those trademark "harmonies from heaven".

Also featuring songs from a couple of the Everly Brothers' good friends, Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison, Walk Right Back is surely a show not to be missed!

The Everly Brothers were an American country-influenced rock and roll duo, known for steel-string acoustic guitar playing and close harmony singing. Consisting of Isaac Donald "Don" Everly (born February 1, 1937) and Phillip Jason "Phil" Everly (January 19, 1939 – January 3, 2014), the duo were raised in a musical family, first appearing on radio singing along with their father Ike Everly and mother Margaret Everly as "The Everly Family" in the 1940s. When the brothers were still in high school, they gained the attention of prominent Nashville musicians like Chet Atkins, who began to groom them for national attention.

They began writing and recording their own music in 1956, and their first hit song came in 1957, with "Bye Bye Love", written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant. The song hit number 1 in the spring of 1957, and additional hits would follow through 1958, many of them written by the Bryants, including "Wake Up Little Susie", "All I Have to Do Is Dream", and "Problems". In 1960, they signed with the major label Warner Bros. Records and recorded "Cathy's Clown", written by the brothers themselves, which was their biggest selling single. The brothers enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1961, and their output dropped off, though additional hit singles continued through 1962, with "That's Old Fashioned (That's the Way Love Should Be)" being their last top-10 hit.

Long-simmering disputes with Wesley Rose, the CEO of Acuff-Rose Music, which managed the group, and growing drug usage in the 1960s, as well as changing tastes in popular music, led to the group's decline in popularity in their native U.S., though they continued to release hit singles in the U.K. and Canada, and had many highly successful tours throughout the 1960s. In the early 1970s, the brothers began releasing solo recordings, and in 1973 they officially broke up. Starting in 1983, the brothers got back together, and would continue to perform periodically until Phil's death in 2014.

The group was highly influential on the music of the generation that followed them. Many of the top acts of the 1960s were heavily influenced by the close-harmony singing and acoustic guitar playing of the Everly Brothers, including the Beatles, the Beach Boys, and Simon & Garfunkel. They were inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the inaugural class of 1986 and the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.