Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Brothers Forever Perform at 2010 Christian Music Hall of Fame Visionary Awards
CHURCH HILL, Tenn. – (November 16, 2010) – Popular trio Brothers Forever was a featured performer earlier this month at the 2010 Christian Music Hall of Fame Visionary Awards program.
Brothers Forever joined other performers, presenters, and artists who were a part of the show such as Chonda Pierce, Mitchel Jon, Tommy Brandt, Lou Wills Hildreth, Jason Castro, Aaron Crider, Bruce Carroll, Randy Stonehilll, Nicole C. Mullen, Brandon Bee, Arthur Rice, and hosts David Meece and Babbie Mason.
“It was a real honor for Brothers Forever to be a part of such a wonderful event,” mentioned Brothers Forever’s Curtis Hagy. “It was such a fun and exciting night for us!”
Brothers Forever was nominated during the evening’s awards for Southern Gospel Group of the Year.
The Christian Music Hall of Fame Visionary Awards were held on Saturday, November 6, 2010 at Trinity Music City in Hendersonville, Tennessee. This is the second Visionary Awards show and the third show inducting artists into the Hall of Fame. The hosts for the 2010 Visionary Awards were award-winning artists David Meece and Babbie Mason.
For more information on the Christian Music Hall of Fame and Visionary Awards – visit http://www.hallmuseum.com .
Brothers Forever’s sixth single from the critically acclaimed release Sheltered hit radio earlier this year. The song, “Whenever I Speak His Name” (written by Russ and Tori Taff), was released to radio through Millennium Music Group and has been a steady song on both the AbsolutelyGospel.com (formerly SoGospelNews.com) Top 40 Weekly Chart and SouthernGospelTimes.com Top 40 Fan Chart.
Brothers Forever are currently booking dates for their upcoming
Spring 2011 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.