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Nashville, TN (October 19, 2010) – Iconic country music duo, theBellamy Brothers,
have spent the past 35 years strapped to a freight train of success that has landed them20 #1 hits and more than 50 charted hits overall.

David and Howard Bellamy show no sign 
of slowing the locomotive down as they’ve recently taken their unmistakable country / pop sound across the Atlantic and into Switzerland to team with Swiss megastar rocker, Gölä.  Bellamy Brothers & Gölä: The Greatest Hits Sessions (Universal Music Switzerland), released August 27 of this year, has reached an all new altitude of achievement, dominating the Swiss Music Charts at #1 for 6 solid weeks.



“We’re so honored and humbled by the incredible success of this album,” notes David Bellamy. “Collaborating with Gölä is something that Howard and I hold very near and dear to our hearts.  And touring with him in Switzerland this December is going to be one wild ride!”

The 13-track album features both acts, tag teaming some of their biggest hits, including theBellamy’s, “Let Your Love Flow,” “Kids Of The Baby Boom” and “If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me)” and Gölä’s “Swan,” “Over The Line” and “Some Broken Hearts.”

This December, the Bellamy Brothers and Gölä will embark on an 8-city tour of Switzerland that’s already being touted as one of the nation’s most anticipated musical events of the year.

Bellamy Brothers & Gölä: The Greatest Hits Sessions is currently available worldwide on i-Tunes via global distribution through Universal Music Switzerland.

For more information on the Bellamy Brothers, visit

Bellamy Brothers & Gölä: The Greatest Hits SessionTrack Listing:

1.  Let Your Love Flow
2.  Up And Away
3.  Kids Of The Baby Boom
4.  Guilty Of The Crime
5.  Swan
6.  She’s Awesome
7.  I Need More Of You
8.  No More Tears
9.  Over The Line
10.  If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me)
11.  Wilder Days
12.  Some Broken Hearts
13.  I Must Be In Switzerland (Bonus Track)

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