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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

EXCLUSIVE! THE HUDSON BROTHERS TO REUNITE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 28 YEARS; ONE CONCERT & DOCUMENTARY FILM; 300 TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR PERFORMANCE!



The Hudson Brothers are preparing to perform together for the first time in 28 years.

The announcement that the Seventies teen idols-- one of the top rock and comedy acts of the decade-- would reunite for a single concert performance and documentary film feature was announced this afternoon in a message posted at 5:11 pm by youngest Brother Brett Hudson on the Hudson Brothers MySpace page:

Hi,
This is Brett Hudson... My brothers and I are about to do a documentary feature about our lives and career. We will be doing a "one time only" concert. It will be the first time in 28 years that the three of us have performed together. There will only be 300 tickets available and the audience will be a part of the movie. www.myspace.com/bhudson1.


The announcement has already caused hysteria among Hudson Brothers fans across the Internet, who have remained faithful to their heroes for decades, and managed to freeze Brett's site where he directed inquiries.

The reunion is prompted by unprecedented demand for the DVD release of the Hudson's Saturday morning show from the Sebenties, The Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show. Amazon.com is carrying the set and has sold out several times in the past week.

Little word has been released about the film project, though Brett confirms it will be produced by our pals at Frozen Pictures and cover the Hudsons' career through the reunion.


The reunion of Bill, Mark and Brett has been hinted at in the past weeks, in wake of the world premiere of The Seventh Python, the Neil Innes biopic produced by Brett, with Mark Hudson as musical supervisor and Bill contributing to the audio production. Mark and Brett appeared onstage together at The Fest for Beatles Fans in Las Vegas last month and will be at the Fest in Chicago August 8-10.

4 comments:

longfink said...

Awesome!

Anonymous said...

Make it a tour!

Anonymous said...

I second the tour idea. If they cant do a tour release the performance on cd- you know something like Hudson's Still Alive or something. I'd buy it...........

Anonymous said...

This is so cool to see these guys reunite after so many years! I do hope their upcoming documentary gives us all insights into the real emotions of the brothers reuniting, similar to the one so well done in the UK on the Osmond Brothers ("Being the Osmonds") and now available on YouTube- that was really well done and puts the brothers in a whole different view to what the fans saw back in the seventies heyday.