Brothers Forever Kick of 2010 “The Journey” Summer Tour!

Group To Hit 25 Cities in 8 States Over Next Two Months

CHURCH HILL, Tenn. – Popular trio Brothers Forever kicked off their 2010 “The Journey” Summer Tour this past weekend in Youngstown, Ohio.

During “The Journey” Summer Tour, Brothers Forever will visit North Carolina, Texas, New Mexico, California, Idaho, Tennessee, Kentucky, and for the first time ever, Montana from now until August 8, 2010 – the final date of the tour.

Curtis Hagy of Brothers Forever said, “God has richly blessed this ministry over the last couple of years. Each time we embark on a new tour, God surprises us in new and exciting ways. We’ve already seen 79 souls won to the kingdom this year, and we are so excited to see what God does over the next couple of months!”

“This is such a great time for our ministry,” mentioned Gary Ballew of Brothers Forever. “We are anticipating so many great things! We encourage everyone to come out that can!”

To find out if Brothers Forever will be in a town near you, visit the group’s website at

Brothers Forever will release their sixth single from the critically acclaimed release Sheltered this month. “Whenever I Speak His Name” (written by Russ and Tori Taff) will be released to radio through Millennium Music Group.

Brothers Forever was recently greeted with news last month that their last single has become the group’s latest Top 40 hit. The group’s fan-favorite hit song “Be Alright,” debuted on the (formerly Top 40 Weekly Chart at #40. The song rose to #31 on this week’s issue of the industry’s most watched weekly chart.

Brothers Forever are currently booking dates for their upcoming
Fall tour.  More information on that will be announced at a later date.

To visit the newly designed Brothers Forever website, visit