Jim Brady BARITONE Ronnie Booth LEAD Michael Booth TENOR
|Nov 4 2006||Harmony CD & Hymns Pure and Simple CD are for sale at BoothBrothers.com|
| Booth Brothers Bus for sale
|Big Green Is For Sale!|
|Yes, that’s right. Our baby, our road warrior, our home away from home is for sale. God brought us the opportunity a few months ago to move into another bus that has a shower!! Jim is thrilled! So… if you’re in the market for a well kept 1995 Eagle Model 15, and we’ll fill you in on the details. We’ve always taken good care of this bus and know it has many miles to go. Price? Michael said he asking for a million (ha ha) but knows he’ll probably have to come down a little. He also wanted to clear up one rumor. Yes, it is true that Scott Fowler was been on the bus at one time, but Michael assures us that the bus was completely fumigated afterwards. For more info go to Boothbrothers.com or email Boothbrothers@Boothbrothers.com|
|Nov 3 2006|| The Southern Gospel Music Awards-2006
Caraway Media Group Presents: Favorite Trio — Booth Brothers
Album of the Year — The Blind Man Saw It All – Booth Brothers
Congratulations Ronnie, Michael, & Jim!!!
On Job Well Done
|Sept 21 2006|| Ronnie Booth and Jimmy Fortune to sing together in Florida
If you remember the Statler Brothers, you’ll certainly remember Jimmy Fortune who sang tenor with the group. A special evening is planned with both Jimmy and Ronnie Booth at 7:00 pm on October 6 at the Central Baptist Auditorium in Brandon, Florida which is located at 402 E. Windhorst. Both guys are really looking forward to this and hope that many of you can make it. Jimmy Fortune formally with The Statler Brothers who group retired in 2001
|Sept 16 2006||Booth Brothers New Website is now open. BoothBrothers.com|
|Sept 14 2006|| Singing News 2006 Fan Award Winners
Favorite Song – He Saw It All (Booth Brothers)
|Sept 5th 2006||Ronnie Booth got married to his long-time girlfriend Kim Duncan Sept 5th 2006. It was a small ceremony with there families. Kim has a Daughter Amy & a son Jon.I also heard Ronnie & his family are moving to the Nashville area.|
| Congregations to Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie Booth
Best Wishes to all!!!!
| Sept 5th 2006
Review New CD
|After the initial reaction of WOW, there is only one word for this project. Creative!!!! Of course the fantastic harmonies are there, after all, it’s the Booth Brothers. These guys have taken some songs that would be covers for anyone else, and made each song theirs. I know this was supposed to be a table project, but this recording is as good as any label project that I have ever heard.
There are some nice old hymns of the church on this CD that the guys have made fresh and new. “Tell Me The Story Of Jesus” has a little bit of a progressive sound to it, while “What A Friend We Have In Jesus” is just laid back, traditional and worshipful. While listening to “Without The Lord” you are thinking that you could easily be listening to a tune by Jake Hess and the Imperials.
So, now that I think of it, I guess there are two words to describe this recording. Creative is one, and variety is the other. It’s not just the variety of song styles but the variety of the arrangements. Take two songs written by traditional Southern Gospel writers Mosie Lister and John Matthews. “You Are My Song”, written by Lister and “The One That I Love” penned by Matthews could have been sung by any Southern Gospel group, yet the musical tracks bring them up to date stylistically.
The JD Sumner song, “What A Morning,” has that great Bass part that comes on with an Elvis feel, which I’m sure JD would approve of. This is one of my favorite songs on the CD. I will say that you do not think of Jerry Goff at all when you hear this arrangement of “I’ll See You In The Rapture”.
Even though they make some of the arrangements on a couple of the older songs fairly progressive, they take two songs that would probably be considered contemporary and they give them very strong Southern Gospel interpretations. “Crucified With Christ” and “Trust His Heart” are sure to bless you and you can forget that they ever originated in Contemporary Christian music. These two songs will have you sitting back and worshipping in sweet communion with the Lord.
There are twelve great songs on this CD and you will not want to skip any of them as you listen to this CD over and over. This is one Booth Brothers CD that will be a must for every Gospel Music fan.Produced by the Booth Brothers and Nick Bruno
Recorded at Sunset Studio, Franklin, TN – The Vox Box, Gallatin, TN – Song Garden Studios, Franklin, TN – and Duke Recording, Spring Hill, TN
Independent Label Website: http://www.boothbrothers.com
|1 of His Own: The Booth Brothers (MorningStar) By Dean Adkins|
| 1 of His Own is the latest project by the Booth Brothers. This trio consists of Ronnie Booth and his sons Ron and Michael. Some may remember Ronnie from the days he sang tenor with the famous Rebels Quartet.
“New Shoes” is the first song on the recording and was written by Mosie Lister. I think it should be the first release for radio play from this project. It has a swing rhythm, and Ron handles the lead vocals. “New Shoes” describes putting on the whole armor of God and emphasizes the spread of the Gospel.
Other tunes from 1 Of His Own include “Up There, Somewhere,” a slow, ethereal sounding song that is remiscent of Aaron Neville’s and Linda Ronstadt’s popular “Somewhere Out There”. “Scars” is another slow song with tight harmony and the message of spiritual healing. An old standard, “What A Happy Day” is given an upbeat rollicking treatment with a driving bass line. “The Love That Lifts Me” is a medium tempo number with encouraging, uplifting lyrics. The Booth’s rendition of “Lord I Need Your Touch” is basically the same as the version previously recorded by the Bishop’s (and probably uses the same music tracks). Praise and worship songs include “O Lord How Wonderful You Are” and “O For A Thousand Tongues;” both exhibit tight harmonies. “At The Cross” is an acappella cut that includes Melissa Booth Sims, Ron’s daughter. The family harmony is evident on this old church standard.
The Booth Brothers have that tight harmony and blend that is often a trademark of family groups. If one combined the sounds of Greater Vision, the Bishops, and the original Rangers Trio, this would describe the sound of the Booths. The only drawback is the dynamics of their stage presence cannot be totally captured on an audio project. Melissa
|Homecoming Magazine Pie Recipe||From Homecoming Magazine July-August 2006 Issue:
Michael Booth Favorite Pie Recipe go to Michael Booth Bio to see more.
|Ronnie News||Ronnie taking some time off. Due to His friend death Anthony Burger. Ronnie rejoin the group on May 18th. He’s looks great & rested|
|May 22, 2006 Singles #4||Livin’ For the Moment Booth Brothers|
|1# Song||The Blind Man Saw It All|
|Spring Hill Music & Booth Brothers Team Up For New Recording June 20 2005||The Blind Man Saw It All|
|Cover Of Singing News January 2006||Confirmation The Booth Brothers By Barbara Huffman|
|Gas Prices for Summer 2005||Michael Booth will chew off all of his finger nails as the Booth Brothers’ bus makes a diet of 1,049.14 gallons of Jed Clampett’s Cement Pond brew.
Translate that into dollars and cents:
Booth Brothers: $2,360.57