Thursday, July 16, 2009

Brothers Forever Completes Successful West-Cost/Western United States Summer Tour

CHURCH HILL, Tenn. – Popular trio Brothers Forever recently completed a successful West Coast/Western United States tour. The tour kicked off in Harrisburg, Oregon, and the trio visited 19 cities all across the Western United States and West-Coast. Brothers Forever performed 20 concerts in five states – including stops in San Diego, Modesto, Tracy, Marysville, and Ripon, California.Curtis Hagy of Brothers Forever said, “This has been the most successful summer tour yet for Brothers Forever, and we are excited to see God expanding our ministry into new states as well as the salvations that we have seen in our services.”Brothers Forever celebrated as 15 people gave their hearts to Christ during the tour.The group also debuted songs from their new independent release – By Request. This release is only available directly through Brothers Forever – whether through their website or at live events.“We really enjoyed making this record,” mentioned Gary Ballew of Brothers Forever. “This newest CD features a couple of new songs with our new tenor Chris Higginbottom, as well as some of our personal favorite songs.”Brothers Forever encourages everyone to call their local radio station and request their newest single – “More Than That.” That song is the follow-up to the group’s Top 40 hits “I Am Him,” “I Feel a Blessing Coming On,” and “I Can’t Forget the Day.”To visit the newly designed Brothers Forever website, visit Brothers ForeverBrothers Forever is based out of Church Hill, Tennessee. Nestled in the foothills of upper East Tennessee, this group has quickly become known for their unique style of southern gospel music. Songs such as "I Feel a Blessing Coming On" and "I Can’t Forget the Day" have become nationwide favorites. Brothers Forever felt the call to the music ministry a little over a few years ago, and since the group’s inception, it has been an exciting journey.

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