"The Mitchell Brothers" (also known as the "Sunshine Ramblers") were an early country music band who played and recorded in the mid-to-late 1930's in rural North Alabama. My Grandfather, the late Albert Mitchell of Moulton, AL was the fiddle player, and his late brother Eddie was the guitarist and songwriter. They sang duets, with Eddie singing the alto vocals and Albert taking the tenor harmony. The late Buster Bynum completed the trio as the mandolin player.
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Left to right: Dan, Albert, and Eddie Mitchell (Dan was 6 years younger than Albert and did not record with them). The mandolin player on the recordings was Buster Bynum
To the best of my knowledge all Mitchell Brothers music, documents and photographs on this site were the exclusive propery of Albert and Eddie Mitchell, the late " Mitchell Brothers". Prior to Albert's passing, he gave me permission to reproduce their music on this site. If you have any information to the contrary, or can assist me in determining how to go about finding documentation regarding song ownwership or copyrights on ARC recordings, please contact me.