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Righteous Brother Continues Solo

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Righteous Brother Continues Solo

Righteous Brother Continues Solo

Righteous Brother Continues Solo

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Bill Medley is the surviving half of the legendary singing duo The Righteous Brothers. Medley's "brother," Bobby Hatfield, died in 2003, shortly after they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Medley talks to Scott Simon about Damn Near Righteous, his first album since Hatfield's death and his first solo album in a decade.

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