Artist: Brothers In Grace
Project Name: Daystar
Producer: Danny Funderburk
Reviewed By: Scott Evans
One of the very first groups I became familiar after moving to Pennsylvania was a group called Brothers In Grace. This talented quartet is headquartered in the same area of Pennsylvania that I am and they are a talented group which travels regionally in the area. This project is a few years old now but it still deserves a mention here in our reviews section.
The project starts out with a great quartet song titled “Goodbye World Goodbye.” This song has been sung by many quartets over the years and now it is Brothers In Grace’s turn. They do a good job on this classic song. “Help Is On The Way” is the next song and what an awesome song it is. I love that message that no matter what you are facing in life, if you know Jesus, help is on the way. A beautiful hymn is next as Brothers In Grace sings “At The Cross.” It is a very enjoyable version of this hymn. “Then I Met The Master” is another songs from the archives of Southern Gospel Music. Brothers In Grace do a great job on this song.
The title song to the project is next and “Daystar” has always been a favorite of mine. I beleive the Gaither Vocal Band introduced this song many years ago and many groups have recorded. I love Brothers In Grace version. The Cathedrals have always been my favorite group. Brothers In Grace sings a Cathedrals song next titled “Trying To Get A Glimpse.” “Oh What A Time” is the next song and this is a great, upbeat, male quartet song!
Bill and Gloria Gaither have written hundreds of wonderful songs. “He Touched Me” is a favorite of many and Brothers In Grace sings that song next. The next song is “King’s Highway” and this song leads right into another great, old song. The song is tited “Farther Along” and is probably recognized by most people reading this article. The final song that is on this project is “In The Garden.” That is another hymn of the church that I just love!
As I already said, I have been familiar with Brothers In Grace for some time now. The group has a nice sound and good harmonizing abilities. The project is well produced and includes a collection of eleven great songs. My favorite songs from the project are “Help Is On The Way,” “Daystar” and “King’s Highway.” The entire project is a good one so get a copy soon and start enjoying the music sounds of Brothers in Grace. For more information on Brothers In Grace, visit their website at www.brothersingrace.com.