Formed in Richmond Hill, Toronto, in 1969, this trio of brothers, including twins Brian Good and Bruce Good, performed in and around Toronto. They received their first big break in 1970 when they backed James Ackroyd on his album James & the Good Brothers. The album, which was released on Columbia and aided by members of the Grateful Dead, catapulted the group into the Canadian country music spotlight. The Festival Express tour had the group touring with Janis Joplin, the Band, Ten Years After, and the Grateful Dead. They also performed with Gordon Lightfoot and John Hammond. In 1976, the Good Brothers released their self-titled debut album, which was a mix of their traditional roots, folk, and country background with a range of rock blended in. The album earned them a Juno Award for Best Country Group, an award they received each year from 1976 to 1983. They also received a gold record for sales of their live album in 1981. In 1990, banjo player and guitarist Larry Good took time away from the band and was replaced by a son of the group, Travis Good. Renamed the Good, the band continued on until Larry returned in 2002. Travis Good left the band to form his own group, the Sadies. That same year the trio toured Europe for the 21st time and released One True Thing. They continue to perform internationally and at various folk music festivals. Their hit singles include "That's the Kind of Man I Am," "Homemade Wine," and "Midnight Flight." ~ Jason MacNeil, Rovi