The Houle Brothers were from North Dakota, of Native American and French decent. They recorded at Kay Bank quite a bit, and are well-known among record collectors in Minnesota. Inside the folder is an article from "Upper Midwest Country & Western Music Scene November '73". I scanned it from a friend and converted it to pdf. Their most sought-after record is of course, Dream Night on the Circle Dot label. I've included all recordings that I possess in the folder. I don't have all they produced. Not sure, but I think that not all of the four brothers are still alive. I know they were renowned for playing their guitars upside down behind their heads, as the photo shows. Also, every other person I talk to pronounces the name Houle differently.
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