It's Mercy here to share our latest interview with y'all. A lot of you have probably already heard this group (whether you've seen them live or seen their videos on the internet), but just in case you haven't let me tell you a little bit about the Ball Brothers and their ministry...
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"When it comes to the Ball Brothers, forget what you know about other "gospel quartets." Because this unique group stands in stark contrast to many preconceived notions regarding traditional quartet music, the Ball Brothers have found life "outside of the box." Tenor vocalist, Andrew, states, "We're a younger group and we're a different kind of group. At first, it was a struggle trying to imitate other groups and fit into the proverbial 'southern gospel mold'. We finally stopped apologizing for what we weren't and have embraced the uniqueness of our God-given voices and harmonies. Since then, our musical horizons have expanded, and our ministry has really taken off."Since their formation in 2006, the Ball Brothers have rapidly made their mark in Christian music by finding a musical balance between the old and the new. "We've never been to a place where every person in the audience was the same age. On the contrary, most places we go have a mixture of young, middle-aged, and older people. So, our music style and song selection is based around that blend. It's great to see a grandmother and granddaughter worshiping together and enjoying the same music. We get to see that on a regular basis," says lead vocalist, Daniel.What can someone expect when they hear the Ball Brothers? A mix of musical styles, melted together by tight, four-part harmony. Each song is hand-picked to be message-driven, and theologically sound. Their goal is to spread the message of the Gospel and encourage believers."
So without further ado, here is our interview with their bass - Matt Davis and baritone - Chad McCloskey!
Chad and Matt, thank you so much for doing this! Readers, I hope you enjoyed. If you'd like to see if the Ball Brothers are ever around you, go check out their website. And make sure to check out their Facebook page!
Thanks for reading!