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The Revelators Quartet

Hershell Brown
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The Revelators Quartet
Southern Gospel
Singing Group or Band

The Revelators (of North Alabama) is a southern gospel music group committed to serving Christ through song and fellowship. In 1975 a group of friends located in Phil Campbell, Alabama decided to form a quartet by which to share the gospel in song. Over the decades there have been changes in personnel and songs performed, but the thrust of their music remains unchanged. The current members of The Revelators are Jackson Pyle, lead; Angie Brown, alto; Hershell Brown, baritone; Tony Brown, bass; and Debbie Turner, piano.

With a combined total of more than a century of experience in southern gospel music, the current members of The Revelators provide audiences with a program of songs spanning the majority of the genre's lifetime. Four-part harmony accompanied by live musical arrangements incorporates energy and emotion, uplifting and encouragement, and ministry in an entertaining fashion. The Revelators have performed before crowds ranging from 15 to 15,000 while appearing in almost every kind of venue imaginable from cattle arenas to concert halls. The group has been extremely blessed to have been able to travel and perform over the decades funded almost solely by love offerings and product sales. All bookings are on a first-come, first-served basis.

In 1984, The Revelators entered Mark Five Studios in Greenville, SC to record their first studio project. As the group evolved and personnel changes occurred, other recordings followed. The group recorded their 16th project, Steppin' On The Clouds, in 2009. Unfortunately, many of the earlier recordings are no longer available as the master copies were destroyed in a fire. A few projects are available only in cassette tape format, with the remainder in cassette and/or CD format..


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