The Right Brothers were an American conservative band, consisting of Aaron Sain and Frank Highland of Nashville, Tennessee. They received international attention in 2006 for their song "Bush Was Right", which expressed support for President George W. Bush and the Iraq War. The song received international press coverage, including in the United States Britain Switzerland,and Denmark.
In January 2004, RightMarch.com posted their first song, the country-flavored "Hey Hollywood," on their website, and in 72 hours it received 15,000 downloads. Within a few weeks the number was over 35,000. Later, a new song and video surfaced, the pro-life and pro-adoption "I Want To Live"  and received over 1 million views.
Their song "Bush Was Right" was a topic on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann  and has been widely disparaged on cable news programs and liberal blogs and promoted on conservative blogs. RightMarch.com used it in an ad played on Fox News. Air America have played the song mostly in an attempt to mock the band and the song's assertion. A song from their album No Apologies is titled "I'm in Love with Ann Coulter".
Before releasing their latest CD, The Right Brothers compiled a special 10-song disc to honor American troops. Remember: A Military Appreciation Project, is reported[by whom?] to have been used at veterans events, including at Arlington National Cemetery. In 2006, the band opened for Sean Hannity at a rally for Georgia Lieutenant Governor candidate Ralph Reed.
The Right Brothers have appeared on various venues, such as The Michael Medved Show, Maxim Radio, The Hugh Hewitt Show, The Lars Larson Show, C-SPAN, Sound-off Connecticut with Jim Vicevich, The Kirby Wilbur Show in Seattle, Washington, The Liddy & Hill Show in Phoenix, Arizona, The Martha Zoller Show, RightMarch Radio , Take a Stand with Adam McManus, and others. Their music also has been heard on the G. Gordon...