BLADENBORO, N.C. – Multi-award winning quartet the Dove Brothers have announced the departure of celebrated pianist Jerry Kelso. Kelso was a fixture with the Dove Brothers for over four years. Jerry will be moving back to Nashville, Tennessee to concentrate on his songwriting and to be closer to his family.
McCray Dove of the Dove Brothers said, “Kelso has been a big part of who we are over the last few years. We wish him all the best in his career, and we want to thank him for being a part of the Dove Brothers.”
With the news of Jerry’s departure, the Dove Brothers are very excited to announce the addition of Adam Harman as the group’s new pianist. Harman is most known for his stint with the Kingdom Heirs, where he received Singing News Fan Award nominations for Favorite Pianist.
“Adam is a proven talent in this industry,” said McCray Dove. “We are so blessed that he is coming on board with the Dove Brothers. He’s a talented pianist, and we are excited to have him as a part of our team.”
Adam’s first date with the Dove Brothers will be Dec 31, 2009 at the Dove Brothers’ Annual New Years Eve concert in Greenville, North Carolina at Parkers Chapel Free Will Baptist Church.
Adam resides in the Greenville, South Carolina area with his wife Bethanie and daughter Ana. For more information on Adam – visit the Dove Brothers website (http://www.dovebrothersquartet.com) or his personal ministry website (http://www.adhministries.com).
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About the Dove Brothers
Voted Favorite Male Quartet of The Year by the Southern Gospel Music Association and the Singing News Fan Awards, the Dove Brothers’ high energy presentation and progressive arrangements reflect a tangible link to the good old days of gospel music. Their peers regard them as a class act representing the industry with dignity and respect. Their latest recording for Sonlite Records is entitled Hold On and spawned off the hit singles “A Little Good News” and “Hold On.”