CHURCH HILL, Tenn. – Popular Southern Gospel trio Brothers Forever will be performing this weekend at the 2009 Christian Music Hall of Fame and Visionary Awards. The event will take place on Saturday evening, November 14, 2009 at First Baptist Church in Frisco, Texas. The show begins at 6:00 p.m.
“We are so excited to be a performer at this year’s show,” mentioned Curtis Hagy of Brothers Forever. “We are humbled that they would think highly enough of us to ask us to particiate. We are truly honored.”
Gary Ballew of Brothers Forever said, “This is a huge honor for Brothers Forever. We are huge fans of all of the nominees and inductees. We can’t wait to be a part of such a treasured program.”
Daylon Ware, lead agent with the IAMAS Corporation and advisor of the Hall of Fame said, “We are excited to have Brothers Forever as a part of our show’s lineup. They will add yet a new flavor to the artistry represented.”
In addition to performing, the group will be a presenting artist as well. The group will present the award for Christian Country Female Vocalist of the Year – which includes nominees Barbara Fairchild, Gayla Earlene, Jody Miller, and Melanie Walker.”
The Hall of Fame and Visionary Awards will be hosted by David L. Cook and Chonda Pierce. Additional artists such as Al Denson, Babbie Mason, Bruce Carroll, Christy Sutherland, David Meece, Pam Thum, Tammy Trent, and many more will be participating in the ceremony as well.
More information on this year’s Hall of Fame and Visionary Awards can be found at http://www.hallmuseum.com .
Brothers Forever has had strong radio support of their most recent album Sheltered. That album spawned off the hit singles “I Am Him,” “I Feel a Blessing Come On,” and “I Can’t Forget the Day.” The group’s current single – “More Than That” – has been a permanent fixture on the GospelMusicTimes.com Top 40 Fan Chart.
You can catch up with Brothers Forever at their homepage – http://www.brothersforever.net