"Rice Brothers" redirects here. For the bluegrass albums, see The Rice Brothers and The Rice Brothers 2.
John Rice (December 3, 1951 – November 5, 2005) and Greg Rice (born December 3, 1951), sometimes known as the Rice Brothers or Rice Twins, were identical twin dwarfs, known throughout the United States for their appearances in various commercials and infomercials. Until the death of John Rice on November 5, 2005, the two held the world record for being the shortest living twins, standing only 2 ft 10 in (86 cm).
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... John Rice died November 5, 2005 from complications of injuries when he broke his leg coming out of a Palm Beach bank ... Greg Rice continues to carry on the work in marketing and advertising as well as teaching and lecturing that he began with his late brother ...
... The second was recorded for Decca Records on September 13, 1939 by The Rice Brothers Gang ... Davis bought the song and rights from Paul Rice and put his own name on it, a practice not uncommon in the pre-World War II music business ... According to some accounts, clarinetist Pud Brown was also involved with the Rice Brothers for the song's origin or first arrangement ...
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“Love cools, friendship falls off, brothers divide: in cities, mutinies; in countries, discord; in palaces, treason; and the bond cracked twixt son and father.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
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