The Wardlaw Brothers have spent a year touring and promoting their release GOD’S BEEN THERE. TWB is an urban contemporary group of sibling singers from Georgia, who with their 2013 breakout hit “Right Now Lord”, has brought a contemporary edge to the genre of Quartet Gospel Music. “Right Now Lord” has become a widely favorite gospel tune which peaked on the Billboard Gospel Radio Chart at #17 and Mediabase Radio Chart at #13.
The Wardlaw Brothers’ (TWB) growing popularity and pristine showmanship landed them a recent performance on the 29th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards Show in Nashville, TN as part of a special tribute to quartet music alongside The Gospel Legends and the legendary Canton Spirituals. The Stellar Awards Show is now airing on Uplifting Entertainment Television through March.
TWB will also be featured this month on The Allstate Gospel Superfest Black History Special airing in syndication through March 3. TWB received an overwhelming standing ovation for the dynamic delivery of their hit “Right Now Lord” at the Gospel Superfest taping. For more information and for local listings, log on to http://gospelsuperfest.com/.
The brothers can’t help but thank the Lord and lift their voices. They are giving their all in music ministry and are truly a blessed family of singers. TWB humbly offer gratitude for an amazing year and are giving thanks for the year ahead through their new radio single “Thank You”. The brothers bring classic harmonies and inventive vocal arrangements to this original acapella tune that further authenticates their remarkable talent and continual rise as a genuine and future force in Gospel music.
Listen To “Thank You”
As the nation observes and honors February as Black History Month, this special month brings about a time to reminisce on the spirituals that were sung by slaves to connect to the divine and as a means of communicating to each other. It is also a time to educate the next generation of the anguish and torment, as well as the victories and achievements that Black Americans have experienced. A musical tribute that has become an anthem to Black Americans is “Lift Every Voice And Sing”. The Wardlaw Brothers pay homage to Black History Month with their vocally stunning and dynamically orchestrated rendition of The Negro National Anthem – “Lift Every Voice And Sing”.
Listen To “Lift Every Voice and Sing”