Wright Brothers Band still going strong

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  • Jesse Jones

    Worked with these guys in the 1980’s, doing clubs in Indiana. They thought they were big time and treated me and others who worked for them like s#it .. Glad they never made it big.

    • Tom Wright

      We have never had an employee by the name of Jesse Jones. I don’t know a Jesse Jones. I not sure I want to know a Jesse Jones. If this is an alias for someone who’s talents did not measure up to our standards, I am sorry. I would hope you learned something from “working with us” and went on to much success and satisfaction in an industry where one is always learning how to be better.
      We have been together for 40 years, sold out Clowes Hall in 1974, then sold out the Palladium in Carmel in 2010. As far as we are concerned…we hit it big!

      • Donna

        Tom, you guys are the absolute best and I should know, I worked for you (Ron hired me)! Jesse’s comments sound a little like sour grapes. Too bad. Your music is incredible and has withstood the test of time. Keep on keepin on – you bring a lot of pleasure to a lot of people. Be well. . .

        • Tom

          Donna?!!! I have thought of you many times as I have reflected on those days at the 52nd and College office. Those were the best of days for the band. We were young men with big dreams and everyday was so exciting and new. Be well and know how we appreciated you then and now.

      • Ron Mayes

        Tom was a valued family friend when I was growing up, and will always remain the same. Every note and word of the Wright Brothers’ music shaped my life in ways that I am forever grateful. Their recordings remain my treasured possessions. How better to judge success, than to bring positive change to the lives of others. Even as a kid, Tom was a musical perfectionist, and I am so thankful!

  • Terrie Frankel

    Dear Tom and Tim – Here you are in the 1980 Country Sisters Show, filmed at the Vogue Theatre in Carmel, Indiana singing “Hold Me Tight.” To bring you up to date, sadly, Jennie passed away in 2008. I am presently living in Sedona, Arizona. I’m resurrecting a lot of our former performances and thought you would enjoy the evening we put on The Country Sisters Show. Hope all is well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLvRF3hkTbc You can also go to my website, which is SedonaSevenArchesLive.com