The Elvis Brothers were a power pop trio (using a hint of rockabilly and roots rock) made up of Rob Elvis (guitar, vocals), Graham Elvis (bass, vocals), and Brad Elvis (drums). Produced in the first ’80s in Champaign, Illinois, the music group released a set of albums for Family portrait (Movin’ Up in 1983 and Experience Amount of time in 1985) that, without groundbreaking, had been well-crafted pop, and respectable in power pop circles. The Brothers had been dropped from Family portrait in the middle-’80s after some workers changes on the label still left them without support. The initial line-up came back in 1992 using the limited-edition Today Drill down This for the indie Recession label. Tough economy also reissued the initial two albums using one compact disk. Both Graham and Brad continuing producing music, Graham being a solo action and Brad in the music group Big Hello.