Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Brothers Forever Release New Single

CHURCH HILL, Tenn. – Popular Southern Gospel trio Brothers Forever just released their latest single to Southern Gospel radio. The new single, titled “Be Alright,” was released this month through Millennium Music Group.
Gary Ballew of Brothers Forever said, “Radio has been so kind to us recently, and we know that they are going to love this new song – ‘Be Alright.’ It’s a great tune with a nice progressive feel that should fit in at Southern Gospel radio!”
“Brothers Forever has been a consistent favorite among listeners on our station,” mentioned Chris Unthank, program director for the award-winning “This song is no different. It has a great radio-friendly sound. Programmers should not pass this one up!”
“Be Alright” was written by group member Curtis Hagy and is found on their latest mainline release Sheltered. “Be Alright” is the follow-up to the group’s highly successful previous singles “I Feel a Blessing Coming On,” “I Can’t Forget the Day,” “I Am Him,” and current fan favorite “More Than That.”
“Be Alright” was released to Southern Gospel radio this month through Millennium Music Group. The song can be found on Millennium Music Compilation, Volume 31, Cut #9.
Brothers Forever recently performed at the 2009 Christian Music Hall of Fame and Visionary Awards. The event took place on Saturday evening, November 14, 2009 at First Baptist Church in Frisco, Texas.
You can catch up with Brothers Forever at their homepage –
About 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 "You Alone Are Worthy" and "I Have Been Loved" have become nationwide favorites. Brothers Forever felt the call to the music ministry a little over a two years ago, and since the group’s inception, it has been an exciting journey.

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