Spreading the gospel with a song since 1975. The Browns from Wallace, NC still enjoy sharing the good news of Jesus through their music ministry whenever and where ever an opportunity arises.
This multi-talented family includes Mom and Dad, Frances and Clifton Brown and their two sons, Chris and Jamie, their two daughters-in-law, Teresa and Gail, and four grandchildren. You will see and hear three generations when they visit in your area.
Frances and Clifton, both vocalists are also accompanied by Jamie with vocal harmony on some songs, while Clifton plays rhythm guitar. Both Jamie and Chris add their God-given talents on the pedal steel guitar, the dobro, banjo, mandolin, and bass guitar to produce a rich, smooth country-blugrass blend of gospel music that is easy to listen to.
Teresa, Chris' wife and Gail, Jamie's wife take an active interest in the ministry with the responsibilities of the product table while meeting and greeting folks at the churches and concerts they attend.
Joseph, Chris and Teresa's son plays the acoustic guitar and the bass guitar on stage with The Browns. He also enjoys singing. His younger sister, Erin loves music and enjoys singing and playing the fiddle on feature songs.
Julie and Sarah are the twin daughters of Jamie and Gail and they love to sing. Sarah plays the acoustic and bass guitars while Julie, soon to be married to Cody Teachey, does well on the mandolin. Cody does a fine job playing the acoustic guitar as well. Sarah is married to Brandon Kelley. Brandon has been called to preach and they look forward to serving the Lord together.
For many years the children were known as "The Little Browns", but they have now changed their name to "The Browns II".
The Browns have recorded a variety of albums featuring familiar favorites from the old church hymnal as well as some original songs that are sure to bless all who listen. "We love to sing. We love the One we sing about and the ones we sing to. As we continue on our journey, God is first in our life and we intend to keep it that way," say The Browns and The Browns II.