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"The Browns In Branson 2004"

The past few months have been exciting for The Browns. The group received an invitation from Hall of Fame legend, Gary McSpadden to join with him performing 30 Christmas shows in Branson, MO, at the Americana Theater.

This new Christmas show will be on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons at 2:00pm, and also Wednesday evening at 8:00pm. The Christmas show will begin November 1st and continue though December 10th. "A Christmas Celebration" with GARY and his friends, the Browns, will be filled with Christmas classics and Gospel favorites celebrating Jesus, the reason for the season.The Browns are looking forward to spending Christmas in the "Live Entertainment Capital of the World", Branson, Missouri.

Lots of hard work is under way as the family prepares for this variety Christmas celebration. With help from costume adviser Carol McSpadden, wife of Gary McSpadden, the family attend the Dallas, TX fashion market to select Christmas costumes for the show. Rumor has it, that the Browns 8 year old comedian, Andrew, will be ready and waiting to tickle your funny bone.

The Browns will be in the studio this month recording a new family Christmas CD. The musical tracks will be produced by award winning pianist, Jeff Stice who plays piano for Integrity Quartet. In addition to this new project, 17 year old Michaela will be recording her first ever Christmas violin solo project. The family's first original Christmas project, " O Come Little Children" will be also be reproduced and ready for rerelease. All of these exciting projects will be ready for the upcoming holiday season. To learn more about "A Christmas Celebration" visit : Call toll free 877-336-7827 or 417-337-9333 for information and reservations.

With the release of the browns new Southern Gospel CD, "One Way", sales have exceeded the Browns expectations. The Browns also released to national radio the single cut, "One Way". The first month out to radio, six Southern Gospel stations placed The song "One Way; as a top 5 new release!!!

This September the Browns will be singing their new song "One way", to radio DJ'S at the national Quartet Convention . They will also be singing at the Diamond Awards ceremony on Friday Sept. 17th, in the Executive West Scott room. If you are attending the convention, stop by booths 475-477.

With all these upcoming events the Browns are thankful for what God is doing in their ministry. To keep in touch with the Browns visit their web site



LP Albums:
Hope- January 2007
River Of Love- September 2005
Especially Special- September 2004
One Way- July 2003

Radio Singles:
River Of Love- October 2007
My Namew Is Already There- January 2007



The Browns have been touring across the United States since the group began its full-time ministry six years ago. The heralded group began on the local and state level and has expanded and grown into a national touring group.
For the second year in a row the Browns received the prestigious honor of a Horizon top-five group of the year nomination. The awards are given to the best up and coming groups. Michaela was also nominated in the top-five for Horizon Individual, an award honoring up and coming artists in the industry. Michaela said “This honor is very rewarding coming from the fans and knowing that we’ve touched their hearts or ministered to them in some way.”
The Browns have released seven recordings, including their newest single “River Of Love” The group has just returned from finalizing the music tracks for a new CD due for release the first of the year. They are produced by the award winning talent of Roger Talley at Crossroads and Summitt studios. Their booking is affiliated with Michael Davis of the Dominion Agency based out of Wade, N.C.
Even when they’re not on stage or on tour, the Browns manage to stay plenty busy on their farm property west of Le Mars, Iowa, which has served to become somewhat of haven for the family away from the road. “We have to work a lot, cleaning and washing our bus,” Adam said. “We enjoy life at home. There’s just something about being in the country. I’ve always enjoyed it.” Andrew, the self-proclaimed life of the party, said touring on the road can get a little crazy, but he’s been able to put things into perspective. “I’m thankful for what I’m doing,” he said. “I think it’s a special thing that we do.” To add to the family experience, Shelly’s husband Keith is the chief bus driver and sound technician. “It’s definitely something that would be hard to do if you weren’t called to it,” Shelly said. “Because we know we’re called, it’s been worth it all. God has opened the doors and there are adventures and blessings behind each one.”
From singing over 30 shows at the Americana Theatre in Branson, MO to being voted top 5 Horizon Group Of The Year this award winning family will inspire you with their close-knit family harmony. The Browns love what they do, love each other, and the audiences to whom they sing. And as long of the Lord continues to open doors of opportunity, the Browns are committed to follow his leading.