This music video from the USA is called Everly Brothers – Bird Dog (live 1983).
From the BBC:
4 January 2014 Last updated at 07:34 GMT
US musician Phil Everly dies aged 74
US musician Phil Everly, one half of the Everly Brothers, has died, aged 74, in California, his family says.
Everly died in the Los Angeles suburb of Burbank of complications from lung disease, his wife, Patti, told the Los Angeles Times.
“We are absolutely heartbroken,” she said, adding that the disease was the result of a lifetime of smoking.
Phil Everly and his brother Don made up the Everly Brothers, one of the biggest pop acts of the 1950s and early 1960s.
“It’s a terrible, terrible loss – for me, for everybody,” US rock pioneer Duane Eddy, a friend of Everly, told BBC Radio 5live.
Everly died on Friday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, his son Jason Everly told AP.
The Washington Post quoted a woman at Don Everly’s home as saying he was too upset to talk about the death of his brother. “He expected to go first,” she told the newspaper.
Rolling Stone magazine calls the Everly Brothers “the most important vocal duo in rock”.
In its biography of the pair, the magazine says Phil and his older brother Don were the children of Midwestern country music singers Ike and Margaret Everly and performed on the family radio show while growing up.
In their heyday between 1957 and 1962, the Everly Brothers had 19 Top 40 hits, according to the Associated Press. They influenced acts such as the Beatles and the Beach Boys.
The pair had an onstage breakup in 1973 that led to a decade-long estrangement, but Phil later told Time magazine the brothers’ relationship had survived this.
“Don and I are infamous for our split,” Phil said, “but we’re closer than most brothers.”
Among the musicians paying tribute to the singer and guitarist, was singer-songwriter Charlie Daniels, who tweeted: “Rest in peace Phil Everly. You guys brought us a lot of pleasure back in the day.”
A memorable 1984 BBC documentary, The Everly Brothers: Songs of Innocence and Experience, followed the newly reunited brothers as they traveled back to Kentucky and spent time with some of the older generation of miners and musicians in the area. The warmth and appreciation evident in their meetings with old friends from home is moving. That the Everly Brothers never walled themselves off from real-life experiences or the struggles of ordinary working people is also entirely to their credit and their art was only the better for it: here.
This video is called The Butterflies *Willem Word Wakker* ~ Dutch Cover of Everly Bros *Wake Up Little Susie*.