DOUGLASVILLE, GA, September 14, 2015 – Brian Free & Assurance (BFA) announced today the departure of Jeremy Lile after more than eight years of filling the position of bass singer. Many are aware Jeremy has been experiencing health issues the past several months. After taking time off from the road to focus on health matters, it became evident that he could not continue to tour with the group.
The BFA family offer their love and support and are thankful for his time with the group. Brian Free and Assurance will continue to perform as a trio until such a time as the right individual comes along to fill the bass position. Group owner Brian Free states, “We ask that you pray for us during this transition. We look to God to send just the right person to compliment this ministry.”
Those interested in applying for the position of bass singer with BFA can send a bio, photo and not more than two or three mp3s for consideration to: Brian Free and Assurance, P O Box 1909, Douglasville, GA 30133. Applicants can also email their bio to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Brian Free & Assurance: Brian Free is undeniably the most awarded and recognizable southern gospel tenor of our generation. In 2014, BFA was chosen by BBC to represent Elvis Presley’s love of Gospel Music on That’s Alright Mama, a Tribute to Elvis Presley with his arrangement of Peace In The Valley. Peers responded to their music by honoring them in 2014 with another Dove Award, Southern Gospel Performance of the Year for their single “Say Amen.” While the guys all come from different backgrounds, they all agree on one thing, and that is to use their God-given abilities to take the message of Jesus Christ to everyone they can. To learn more about their ministry, visit them online at: www.brianfreeandassurance.com.