|1||Ten Years In Mexico|
|2||Light The Way|
|3||Don't Leave The Lava Lamp On For Me|
|7||Arm Wrestling Woman|
|9||I'm So Glad I'm Not Married|
|11||She Is The Heart|
|13||Summer Of Love (woodstock '99)|
|14||Don't Look Back|
|20||Heart Half Full|
|22||Boys In Bars|
|23||It's A Rocky Road|
|24||City Of Fear|
|25||Not Born To Beauty|
|26||When You Decide You've Stayed Too Long|
|27||Only a Good Woman|
|28||Sooner Or Later|
|29||Babies Are Born Happy|
|33||Don't Lose Me Baby|
The Bacon Brothers is the American musical duo of Michael Bacon and Kevin Bacon. Although they have played music together since they were boys, the brothers have only been a working band since 1995.
The Bacon Brothers also appear on Sandra Boynton's children's CDs "Dog Train", and Philadelphia Chickens, on which they sing the title track. Their song "Chop Wood (Carry Water)" is on the soundtrack of the 2004 film The Woodsman, which Kevin produced and starred in. Their song "When You Decide You've Stayed Too Long" is on the soundtrack of the 2003 film Red Betsy. Kevin also starred in with his wife Kyra Sedgwick, and produced "Loverboy," which Michael also scored.
In January 2006, the Bacon Brothers appeared on an episode of Queer Eye. The episode featured Michael Bacon as the episode's "straight guy" and makeover recipient, and ended with both Bacon Brothers performing.