Brothers Forever Scores Latest Top 40 Hit

Song Continues to Take Internet Radio By Storm!

CHURCH HILL, Tenn. – (May 19, 2010) – Popular trio Brothers Forever was greeted with news last week that their current 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 last week at #40. The song rose to #36 on this week’s issue of the industry’s most watched weekly chart.

Curtis Hagy of Brothers Forever said, “We are so excited to see that our song is doing so well on Southern Gospel radio! We are fortunate to have a lot of success off of our current release – Sheltered. We have to thank everyone who has called and requested the song or voted for it on various online surveys! The people that support our ministry really do mean the world to us!”

“Be Alright” becomes Brothers Forever’s fifth Top 40 single on the popular chart.  The group’s previous singles to chart on the weekly report were “I Am Him,” “I Can’t Forget the Day,” “I Feel a Blessing Coming On,” and “My Everything.”

In addition, the song has had a resounding impact on internet radio – including charting at #1 on the Top 30 chart – making it the group’s fifth consecutive #1 hit on that chart from their Sheltered release.

“Be Alright” has also seen a surge of fan support. The song recently took the #1 spot on the Southern Gospel industry’s most popular fan-based chart – 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.

The 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 .

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

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