Thursday, March 4, 2010
Brothers Forever Hit #1 on SouthernGospelTimes.com Top 40 Fan Chart
CHURCH HILL, Tenn. – Popular trio Brothers Forever has seen a surge of fan support for their current single. The song, titled “Be Alright,” recently took the #1 spot on the Southern Gospel industry’s most popular fan-based chart – SouthernGospelTimes.com Top 40 Fan Chart.
“Be Alright” took the #1 spot on the chart for the week of February 22, 2010 after spending several weeks bubbling under the top position.
Curtis Hagy of Brothers Forever said, “We are so excited that the fans like this song enough for them to take it all the way to #1. This is a great song that goes over so well in concert. Thanks to everyone who placed a vote for us! We appreciate you all so much!”
Brothers Forever’s last two singles – “I Am Him” and “More ThanThat” – both peaked at #2 on the fan-based system.
The SouthernGospelTimes.com Top 40 Fan Chart is the only chart in the Southern Gospel community that is determined solely by votes from fans of the genre. To vote on the popular chart – log on to http://www.southerngospeltimes.com .
Brothers Forever recently received word that they have been nominated for their first Christian Music Hall of Fame Visionary Award. The trio received a nominated for Southern Gospel Group of the Year. Fans are urged to go to the charity web site at www.hallmuseum.com and vote for their favorites in each category.
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.
Brothers Forever are currently booking dates for their upcoming Spring tour. More information on that will be announced at a later date.
To visit the newly designed Brothers Forever website, visit http://www.brothersforever.net.
About Brothers Forever
Brothers 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.