Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Brothers Forever Wrap Up Tour

CHURCH HILL, Tenn. – Popular trio Brothers Forever recently wrapped up a successful run on the 2009 Breakthrough Tour. The 2009 Breakthrough Tour saw Brothers Forever in several states including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Massachusetts, Washington, Idaho, Texas, Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, and Alabama.
Curtis Hagy of Brothers Forever said, “This tour was birthed through God showing us that 'breakthrough' was coming to God’s people. People who have been struggling with sickness, emotional and financial distress, marriage problems, and so much more were touched during this tour.”
“It was so incredible to see all of the responses during altar calls and times of prayer,” mentioned Gary Ballew of Brothers Forever. “We were so honored that God chose us to be a part of his work on this tour.”
Brothers Forever are currently booking dates for their upcoming Spring tour. More information on that will be announced at a later date.
Brothers Forever recently signed a booking agreement with Love Song Booking Agency — a new and upcoming agency based out of North Carolina. The new agency will be assisting Brothers Forever in booking their highly successful tours during the year.
The popular trio just released their latest single to Southern Gospel radio. The new single, titled “Be Alright,” was released late last year through Millennium Music Group. “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.
To visit the newly designed Brothers Forever website, visit
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 "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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