Who wrote Bellamy Brothers songs?

Who wrote Bellamy Brothers songs?

John, the brothers recorded and released the single “Let Your Love Flow”, written by Diamond’s roadie Larry Williams. Released in 1976, “Let Your Love Flow” was a No. 1 single on the U.S. pop charts, as well as more than a dozen countries worldwide.

Who sings old hippy?

The Bellamy Brothers
Old Hippie/Artists

When did old hippie come out?

Old Hippie/Released

When was Bellamy Brothers Let Your Love Flow?

Let Your Love Flow/Released

“Let Your Love Flow” is a pop song written by Larry E. Williams which was recorded in the autumn of 1975 by country music duo the Bellamy Brothers for whom it afforded an international hit in 1976.

Who did the song Let Your Love Flow?

Let Your Love Flow/Artists

What is a hippie person?

: a usually young person who rejects the mores of established society (as by dressing unconventionally or favoring communal living) and advocates a nonviolent ethic broadly : a long-haired unconventionally dressed young person.

How old are the Bellamy Brothers now?

Bellamy, 74, acknowledges he’s luckier than many. He and David, 69, live on the expansive ranch where they film their reality series Honky Tonk Ranch, which recently moved from the Cowboy Channel to the Circle Network.

Who covered Let Your Love Flow?


Title Performer Release date
Let Your Love Flow Bellamy Brothers December 1975
Let Your Love Flow Top of the Pops May 1976
Let Your Love Flow Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty June 7, 1976
Let Your Love Flow Del Reeves and Billie Jo Spears August 1976

What advert used Let Your Love Flow?

Barclaycard advert
The catchy love song was taken up by The Bellamy Brothers – David and Howard from Florida – and they soon had a worldwide hit on their hands. It was No1 in America, and in the UK top for five weeks. Let Your Love Flow went back into the charts in 2008 when it was used in a Barclaycard advert.

What year did the song Let Your Love Flow?

LET YOUR LOVE FLOW (1976) Let Your Love Flow is another song rejected by a top performer. Neil Diamond decided to pass on a love song written by a former roadie called Larry E Williams.