Brothers Of The Heart To Deliver Sophomore Album 'Listen to the Music'
Brothers of the Heart - the "country, bluegrass, gospel dream team” (Cowboys & Indians) featuring award-winning artists Jimmy Fortune, Bradley Walker, Mike Rogers, and Ben Isaacs - returns with its sophomore album Listen to the Music (Gaither Music Group), releasing January 20, 2023.
On the 12-track record, produced by group member Ben Isaacs (producer for Oak Ridge Boys, Rory Feek and more), the Brothers reimagine country, gospel and pop classics, including “Ring of Fire,” “Desperado,” “Bye Bye Love” and more. Showcasing the supergroup’s signature seamless harmonies and impeccable arrangements, the anticipated album illuminates the joy of listening to great music.
“Being a part of this project has been so much fun,” stated Isaacs. “Not only do I get to produce, I also get to sing with three of the best singers and musicians ever. The song choices on this project are special to all of us; we feel that the songs have been a huge part of our pasts. I hope the listener enjoys the music and hears our love and passion in every song.”
Listen to the Music’s second single, the Brothers’ breathtaking arrangement of the classic hymn “Just As I Am,” will be released Friday, December 16, on all digital streaming platforms. The album’s debut track, the group’s reimagining of The Statler Brothers’ “I’ll Go to My Grave Loving You,” is available everywhere now.
Following Brothers of the Heart’s acclaimed debut album Brotherly Love (more than 31 million streams worldwide), the Listen to the Music record will be accompanied by a DVD and TV special.
Filmed at the iconic Studio A at The Grand Ole Opry and hosted by The Statler Brothers’ Don Reid, the TV special will debut on Thursday, January 19, at 6:30PM EST on RFD-TV with an additional airing on Saturday, January 21, at 6:00PM EST. Ths special will also air on PBS, TBN, Heartland, GaitherTV, FamilyNet, CTN, GMTN, Guardian, Liberty, TCT and TLN. In Canada, the special will air on Vision TV, CTS, The Miracle Channel, and Hope TV.