This group is creating their own niche in Christian Music. They have performed in front of thousands, yet they are just as comfortable preaching and singing in rural churches all across America. From California to New York this group has touched the hearts of countless fans. The diversity that this group brings makes them a huge favorite with the youth, but also creates a demand for them with older music fans alike. For any up and coming group, each new church and concert brings the hope of making an impact on the life of every person who hears the music and the anointing that the group brings to each service. Before the music is played or the first lyric has been sung, the dedication and commitment to follow the leadership of the Holy Spirit is always at the forefront.
Originally organized in 2004 as a quartet, Brothers Forever, under the leadership of founding member, Curtis Hagy, recently transitioned into the trio you hear today. The groups’ second single release became their first Top 80 song in 2005. Throughout the past three years, the group, which is based in Gate City, VA, has continued to produce charting songs and have gained national attention from fans, pastors and promoters alike. The groups’ most recent recording, Sheltered, promises even greater success. It explodes with creative excellence. This is a testament to the recordings production team and session leader Gordon Mote (Gaither HomeComing), as well as group members Curtis Hagy and Gary Ballew. Sheltered is filled with encouraging messages of faith, hope and love, first class production and tight vocal harmonies. The recording, like each performance of Brothers Forever, is a testament to the versatility of this first class trio. It covers a variety of musical genres, without losing the message of the Gospel. One special song featured on Sheltered is ‘More Than That.’ a powerful praise and worship song co- written by Curtis Hagy and Gary Ballew which features a full Gospel choir.
The song conveys many attributes of God. Yet no matter how we try to describe Him, He is ‘More Than That.’