‘The Brady Bunch:’ Brady Children, Maureen McCormick, Christopher Knight All Attempted Music Albums

by Katie Maloney
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These actors from The Brady Bunch also released solo albums following the success of the show.

Undoubtedly, The Brady Bunch was an iconic show that is still a part of American culture today. But did you know that The Brady clan released several albums during their time as a sitcom family?

The group released five albums including The Brady Bunch Phonographic Album, It’s a Sunshine Day, The Kids from the Brady Bunch, and Meet The Brady Bunch. They even recorded a Christmas album.

But there were two members of the family that also released solo albums. Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia, and Christopher Knight, who played Peter, both released solo albums.

The kids from The Brady Bunch release an album.

Have You Listened To The Solo Albums From These Actors From The Brady Bunch?

Early on in his career, Christopher Knight released his debut album, Meet Chris Knight Of The Brady Bunch. The album featured the songs “Over and Over” and “Good For Eachother.” Although his music career didn’t take off, the songs were a hit in the bubblegum genre.

Following her success with the show, Maureen McCormick was also offered a record deal. However, she declined the offer at the time so that she could attend school. She later signed with the label Phantom Hill and released her first album, When You Get A Little Lonely in 1995.

Although the album combined several different genres, it’s mostly considered country. Since the release of the album, McCormick has continued to perform country music and has even participated in the reality show Gone Country.

If that’s not enough Brady music for you, check out A Very Brady Musical. The show was created by Lloyd J. Schwartz and his sister Hope Juber – children of Sherwood Schwartz, the creator of both Brady and Gilligan’s Island. They created the show as a virtual benefit concert. Each cast member logged in remotely and the entire show was presented in the “tic-tac-toe” format made famous by the opening credits of The Brady Bunch.

The show even featured original cast members, Christopher Knight and Maureen McCormick. VIP ticket holders had the chance to watch the show and attend a 30-minute post-show celebration on Zoom with Knight and Barry Williams (Grep Brady).

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