The Gregory Brothers

The Gregory Brothers
The Gregory Brothers at ROFLCon II
The Gregory Brothers at ROFLCon II. Top row: Evan Gregory and Sarah Fullen Gregory; Bottom row: Andrew Rose Gregory and Michael Gregory.
Background information
Origin Brooklyn, New York, United States
Genres Auto-Tune music
Blue-eyed soul
Comedy rock
Country Music
Years active 2007–present
Labels Gregory Residence Records[1]
Michael Gregory
Andrew Rose Gregory
Evan Gregory
Sarah Fullen Gregory[2]

The Gregory Brothers are an American musical group who characterize their music as "Country & Soul, Folk & Roll".[3] Members include Michael Gregory on drums and vocals, Andrew Rose Gregory on guitar and vocals, Evan Gregory on keys and vocals, and Sarah Fullen Gregory (Evan's wife[4][5]) on bass and vocals.[6] They are most famous for their creation of musical viral videos, most notably the Auto-Tune the News series, which includes the "Bed Intruder Song". The three brothers, originally from Radford, Virginia, moved to Brooklyn, New York in the mid-2000s and met Sarah in the local music scene. The four formed a band in 2007.



Meet the Gregory Brothers!

Cover art of "Meet the Gregory Brothers!" From left to right: Andrew Rose Gregory, Evan Gregory, Michael Gregory, Sarah Fullen Gregory.

The group released their first EP, Meet the Gregory Brothers!, on May 29, 2009.[6] Village Voice music writer Ben Westhoff characterized the effort as "a lounge-y, refreshingly sincere slice of blue-eyed soul", and Jake Frazier of PopSense praised the work, claiming that it "[brought] more to the table than the other 1000+ songs [in his music library]".[7] Westhoff opined that "unfortunately, many of the Brothers' new fans have no patience for anything that's not 'Auto-Tune the News'",[8] though the group itself takes a broader view of its fans' tastes, believing that "there will definitely be some fans who found us through our videos, and who will be disappointed when they hear our records and they're not a bunch of hip-hop political parodies…[but] most people get that we are capable of creating music in different styles, and can appreciate our folky soul jams for what they are."[7]

For the period of July 15–22 2009, 47–54 days after its release, the EP was ranked as the top-selling album on Amie Street in the category of "Soul / R&B".[9]

Contributing musicians on the album include Doug Hulin (bass) and Justin Keller (saxophone). The album was recorded at the Mission Sound Recording facility in Brooklyn, New York, and was produced, engineered, and mixed by Zach McNees. The recording was mastered by Ricardo Gutierrez. The cover art photographer was Denny Renshaw, and Morgan King, founder of Yer Bird Records, is credited with its design.[10]

Track list

Meet the Gregory Brothers![11]
No. Title Length
1. "Cry Cry Cry"   4:07
2. "Butter on My Roll"   3:37
3. "West Coast Time"   5:21
4. "A Wonder"   3:39
5. "Do You Think?"   4:11

Other Albums

Andrew Rose Gregory Solo Albums

  • (2005) Andrew Gregory [12][13]
  • (2007) The Lost Year [14][13]
  • (2008) The Color Red & Other Songs About The Power of Love [15][13]
  • (2009) The Paramedic & Other Songs About Birds [16][13]
  • (2011) The Song of Songs (with The Color Red Band) [13]

Musical collaborations

The Gregory Brothers appear as members of the Welcome Wagon Choir on The Welcome Wagon's 2009 debut album Welcome to the Welcome Wagon, produced by Sufjan Stevens.[17] The Welcome Wagon is a project headed by Presbyterian minister Vito Aiuto and his wife Monique. The Gregory Brothers often perform live with Sarah Gregory's band The Stanleys.

Viral videos

The Gregory Brothers first became well known for a series of YouTube videos, Auto-Tune the News, in which recorded voices of politicians, news anchors, and political pundits were digitally manipulated to conform to a melody, making the figures appear to sing.

National television networks featured the Gregory Brothers' early political satires as early as the spring of 2009, but the group did not achieve mainstream recognition until the summer of 2010, when they released episode 12b of Auto-Tune the News, titled "Bed Intruder Song". "Bed Intruder Song," which featured excerpts from an interview with alleged crime victims Kelly Dodson and her brother Antoine Dodson, was viewed approximately 50 million times during its first six months online, making it the most-viewed YouTube video of 2010 (excluding major label music videos).[18] Being largely non-political in content, it marked a departure from the Gregory Brothers' roots in political material.

Following the mainstream success of that music video, the Gregory Brothers have generally produced a mixture of both political and non-political videos. The Auto-Tune the News series has continued to focus primarily on political material, while many of the non-political videos have been given the new branding Songify This.

Auto-Tune the News


Michael, who graduated from Appalachian State University with a degree in music and a concentration in recording and production,[19] first created a "debate musical" using footage of the first presidential election debate of 2008 titled "Debate Highlights—in song and dance." This early effort did not use the Auto-Tune software to manipulate the voices of the presidential candidates in the video.[20] Evan, a music major at Swarthmore College '01, encouraged Michael, who had prior experience with Auto-Tune, to attempt to use the software in his next video to make the political figures appear to sing along with the music.[4] Michael used footage from the vice-presidential debate of 2008 as the basis for the Auto-Tune experiment, and the resulting creation, "VP Debate in Song and Dance,"[21] became the prototype which the Auto-Tune the News videos would expand upon. As the concept began to attract notice, Michael recruited the rest of the Gregory Brothers to collaboratively develop the Auto-Tune the News series.[19]

Subject matter

Because it draws its source material primarily from news footage, the Auto-Tune the News series has covered myriad topical issues including Arctic shrinkage, health care reform debate in the United States, texting while driving, tobacco regulation, and the alleged sexual assault of Kelly Dodson. Andrew Rose Gregory, who graduated from Swarthmore College in 2004, believes that focusing on unusual or obscure topics is a source of strength for the series, asserting that "[p]eople are frustrated with pop music because it's all the same over and over again, in terms of being love songs or a song about someone going away. These are songs that aren't about anything you've ever heard a song about."[22]

Recurring elements

Keith Olbermann (center) manipulated via superimposition to appear to play the cowbell in the ninth Auto-Tune the News video

In the videos, the Gregory Brothers perform alongside TV news clips altered with the Auto-Tune effect. One recurring element is a closing in which special recognition is given to the "Best Unintentional Singer"[23] or other ad-hoc awards such as "Best Fictional Bromance" (awarded to Paul Krugman and David Brooks).[24]

In addition, it is common for the Gregory Brothers to alter footage by superimposing their own mouths or arms onto individuals who were in the original video clip. This effect is often used to make those individuals appear to be singing along or enthusiastically getting into the music. The Gregory Brothers sometimes use this technique to make people appear to play percussion (such as drums, the tambourine and the cowbell) or other instruments (such as the theremin) along with the music.


Some recurring public figures and characters featured in the videos include:

  • A duet between Katie Couric and Andrew Rose Gregory in the second Auto-Tune the News video
    CBS anchor Katie Couric, usually referred to as "Shawtayee" (phonetization of "Shorty"/"Shortie") in the videos, whom the Gregory Brothers describe as "outstanding" in her suitability for auto-tuning.[25] As of September 2010, she has appeared in more videos than any non-Gregory character, appearing in every Auto-Tune The News video except Auto-Tune the News #12 and #13. Her best known "hook" is the phrase "very thin ice", originally uttered by Couric as a black-humor pun during a news story covering the diminishing ice levels in the Arctic. This phrase was used by the Gregory Brothers to construct a duet between Couric and Andrew in "Auto-Tune the News #2: pirates. drugs. gay marriage." This sample has also been used in #3 and #8 (which included a duet between Couric and T-Pain).
  • The "Angry Gorilla" (variably identified as, e.g., "Frank McGee"[23] or "Angry Gorilla (R—South Dakota)"[24]), who is one of the brothers wearing a gorilla suit handed down by their grandfather.[25] In one interview, the Gregory Brothers stated that this character serves to "act as a foil for the commentators and talking heads that use anger as a calling card, or at least fabricate cheap ire to chase viewers."[5]
  • Senator Junkie Einstein (R—South Dakota),[26] who continually appears when any reference to drugs in the news comes up. Notably, in #5, he is seen attempting to smoke lettuce (his "leafy green fetish"), satirizing comments made by Congressman Steve Buyer in the video asserting that smoking dried and rolled lettuce would cause "similar problems" compared to smoking tobacco.[26]
  • Bølverk, a Scandinavian Viking character, whose dialogue is entirely sung in an Opera-esque fashion. His most notable appearances come in #9, discussing the Nobel Peace Prize with Katie Couric; and in #11, arguing against the Angry Gorilla and Nigel Farage and instead took the side of EU president Herman Van Rompuy. Bølverk was also described as a "Nobel War Prize Laureate".[27]

Many of the costumed characters played by the Gregory Brothers are designated as "R—South Dakota" (i.e., Republicans representing South Dakota). Characters who have been labeled as such include Senator Junkie Einstein,[26] Olga Barth,[26] Bølverk,[28] and Angry Gorilla.[24][27]


Auto-Tune the News has spread virally, accumulating millions of viewings.[8][29] The series' subject matter and its explosion in popularity yielded an interview on The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC on May 1, 2009,[25] and sustained media attention left the Gregory Brothers "fielding a number of inquiries" regarding turning the series into a full-time occupation for the group[19] (see commercialization below).

Representative Michele Bachmann (Republican-Minnesota 6th) was auto-tuned in "Michael Jackson. drugs. Palin.", the sixth episode of the series. In the video, she makes a speech regarding her thoughts on the American Clean Energy and Security Act. Bachmann said of the video that her children "think it's really funny to watch's a riot" and that "it is really clever, really funny."[30]

"Bed Intruder Song"
A frame from the "Bed Intruder Song" music video, which sourced its footage from NBC affiliate WAFF-48 News. Pictured is Antoine Dodson.

Episode 12b, "Bed Intruder Song", spread virally much faster than any previous episode, ultimately becoming the most-viewed YouTube video of 2010 (excluding major label music videos).[18] Dedicated solely to the news story of an attempted sexual assault, the episode gave a musical treatment to interview footage of the victim, Kelly Dodson, and her brother, Antoine Dodson. The episode was released on 31 July 2010 and was viewed 7.1 million times over the course of its first month online.[31] The Gregory Brothers subsequently remade the song and video as episode 12c, "iTunes Version – Bed Intruder Song", and released the accompanying song on the iTunes music store. It made an entry to the Billboard Hot 100 at #89 and debuted at #5 on Heatseekers Songs chart.[32][33] The Gregory Brothers pledged half of the song's earnings to the Dodson family.

In an interview with Barry, the Gregory Brothers reported that they had sold over 100,000 copies of The Bed Intruder Song on iTunes.[34]

Guest artists

  • Aaron "Blackdata" Steele, a professional drummer from the New York area, was featured in "Auto-Tune the News #7: texting. rhyming. pat buchanan fail."[24][35]
  • T-Pain was featured in "Auto-Tune the News #8: dragons. geese. Michael Vick" which also promoted his new iPhone auto-tune app, "I Am T-Pain." [28]
  • Joel Madden was featured in Auto-Tune the News #11: Pure Poppycock, singing a duet with Katie Couric regarding the made-up news proliferating on the internet [36]
  • Mike Penny, a shamisen player was featured in Auto-Tune the News #11 Pure Poppycock, playing his shamisen during the EU meeting. He had previously arranged several Auto-Tune the News songs for his shamisen and posted videos of his solo performances on YouTube.
  • Weezer was featured in Auto Tune the News 13, they opened the video playing various instruments to do with freedom, liberty and justice. Rivers Cuomo sang a short verse parodying a quote from Charlie Rangel. The entire backing track for ATTN 13 was Weezer's own song "Memories".


The Gregory Brothers' work on the Auto-Tune the News series has led to them being called upon by other outfits to assist in the production of videos.

The Gregory Brothers assisted Comedy Central television show Tosh.0 in the production of a remix and music video for artist Reh Dogg's song "Why Must I Cry". The Auto-Tune the News signature shout of "shawtay!" can be heard in the video. The segment aired on the show on July 30, 2009, showing an abbreviated cut, while the full video is available online.[37]

They also assisted ABC's late night show Jimmy Kimmel Live! in the production of a video segment in which T-Pain performs with an auto-tuned President Obama to promote his new iPhone app, I Am T-Pain (the same reason he appeared in Auto-Tune the News #8). The segment aired on the show on September 30, 2009.[38]

They also worked alongside popular YouTube comedian Ray William Johnson to make an episode for his webshow Equals Three (=3). The episode is called 'Sunny-D and Rum', and references a viral video of a woman singing about sunny-d and rum. The Gregory brothers auto-tuned the episode, and included previous elements from his previous =3 episodes. The word "Shorty" can be heard in the background throughout the song.

Michael Gregory has done various projects in the vein of Auto-Tune the News with comedy website and video producer, Barely Political, home of Obama Girl. He wrote and starred in "Election Memory Dance Off!", posted on November 2, 2008.[39] He wrote and mixed the song for "Obama Girl + Obama Duet!" posted on January 18, 2009,[40] and he wrote and performed in "Obama Girl Stimulus Bill Song (ft Michael Gregory!!)" posted on February 18, 2009.[41] This relationship has continued as Barely Political has reposted each episode of the Auto-Tune the News series, occasionally altered slightly for running time.

Andrew Rose Gregory has collaborated with Joe Raciti on the latter's Audio Quilt project.[42]


The Gregory Brothers partnered with Sony to create a viral marketing campaign for the 2009–2010 holiday season based on their "Auto-Tune the News" series.[43] One offering in this campaign is the video entitled "Auto-Tune the Ads: Sony. Justin Timberlake. Peyton Manning."[44]

When asked about a possible backlash by fans due to client integration in Auto Tune The News, Michael Gregory said "The audience gets it. It used to be where any type of sponsorship you might have fans say 'they sold out' but nowadays if you can do it on your own terms, your fans are rooting for you."[34]

In an interview with Wired, the band said they are going to be working with Comedy Central to produce a TV pilot for a television series to be aired sometime in 2011.[45] The band's "Songify This" videos were parodied in The Simpsons' episode, "The Falcon and the D'ohman".

Aside from that, the band worked with app developer to create Songify, an Apple iPhone app that allows the users to autotune any speech into song. Provided with the app is an template that autotunes speech to the Double Rainbow music, with additional template packs from the band available for purchase in-app.

Episodes of Auto-Tune the News

Episode[46] Name Length Release date (YouTube)
1 march madness. economic woes. pentagon budget cuts. 2:14 2009-04-10
2 pirates. drugs. gay marriage. 2:41 2009-04-20
3 Cuba. afghan friendship. 2-party woes. 4:27 2009-05-14
4 spa regulation. serbians. sotomayor. 5:05 2009-05-28
5 lettuce regulation. American blessings. 3:26 2009-06-18
6 Michael Jackson. drugs. Palin. 3:02 2009-07-10
7 texting. rhyming. pat buchanan fail. 3:16 2009-08-02
8 dragons. geese. Michael Vick. 3:33 2009-09-01
9 Nobel. health care. United Nations. 2:56 2009-10-14
10 Turtles. 3:18 2010-02-22
10b Behind the Scenes with the Gregory Brothers 2:23 2010-03-31
11 Pure Poppycock. 4:20 2010-04-05
11b OBAMA SINGS KICK ASS SONG?!?! 1:50 2010-06-08
12 weed. lesbian allegaytions. 3:14 2010-06-17
12b BED INTRUDER SONG!!! (now on iTunes) 2:08 2010-07-30
12c iTunes Version – Bed Intruder Song 3:24 2010-08-06
12d Bankers' Song – We Didn't See It Comin 2:11 2010-08-26
12e BACKIN UP SONG!! 1:35 2010-09-03
13 driving . stripping. swinging. (ft. Weezer) 3:40 2010-09-12
13b Sanity Song 1:37 2010-10-31
13c Rent: Too Damn High! Song. 2:40 2010-11-04
13d KANYE VS. BUSH?! 1:37 2010-11-15
13e iTunes Version – Backin Up Song 3:14 2010-12-18

Other notable videos

Although the Gregory Brothers are best known for the Auto-Tune the News series, they have created several additional videos independent of that series which have received broad attention. The following videos had been viewed more than 5 million times as of 16 March 2011.[47]

  • More than 20 million views
    • "Songify This - DOUBLE RAINBOW SONG!!"
    • "Songify This - Winning - A Song by Charlie Sheen"
  • More than 5 million views
    • "Songify This - Auto-Tune Cute Kids and Kanye"
    • "Songify This - MOMMY & DADDY SONG!"
    • "Songify This - SunnyD and Rum - THE POP SINGLE!"
    • "Songify This - Obama Sings to the shawties"
    • "Songify This - Can't Hug Every Cat - a song about loving cats"

The Gregory Brothers began to retroactively apply the series name "Songify This" to certain previously series-independent videos in late 2010, and they have released a number of new videos under this branding as well. The table above reflects the new "Songify This" branding where applicable.

83rd Annual Academy Awards

The Gregory Brothers created a musical segment where they auto-tuned bits of 4 major motion pictures from 2010: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1, Toy Story 3, The Social Network, and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Host James Franco comically introduced the segment as a tribute to a "great year for the movie musical." Characters that were autotuned included: Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Sheriff Woody, Sean Parker, Christy Lee, and Edward Cullen. On July 14, 2011 it was announced that this segment earned The Gregory Brothers a nomination for a 2011 Emmy award in the category "Outstanding Short-Form Picture Editing." [48] Only Michael and Evan are nominated as there is a two person nomination limit in this category.

While only those four aired, an alternative cut was released on the official 2011 Grammy Awards YouTube channel on February 27, 2011, featuring an auto-tuned version of The King's Speech in place of The Social Network.[49]

"Double Rainbow Song"

In July 2010, the Gregory Brothers released an auto-tuned version of the Double Rainbow viral video. The original video featured the overawed reaction of Paul "Hungry Bear" Vasquez to a double rainbow at Yosemite National Park. The Gregory Brothers turned Vasquez's astounded speech into a song and pledged all of the song's earnings to Vasquez and Yosemite.[50] As of June 4, 2011, the Gregory Brothers' auto-tuned remix had received 24,577,548 views.[51]


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