The Booth Brothers in the News

The Murfreesboro, TN Daily News Journal has a feature article on the Booth Brothers. [EDIT, 11/8/10: The link is broken and has been removed.] This article goes well beyond the typical “appearing at, when, ticket cost” treatment and actually gives some perspective and background on the group.


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  1. I’ve got to hear that song, “Still Being Fine.” :o)

  2. Admittedly, I didn’t click on the link for the article you cited here, but if it’s the same one I had read earlier, there were two things that sort of “stuck in my craw”. One was the lady more or less encouraging people to see the Booths because they were good looking…sheesh. The other was a reference to their usually performing before 15,000-20,000 people. Usually? Really? Personally, that’s a little much for me to believe.

  3. Looks as if the proof reader was asleep for this article.

  4. I just wanted to comment on what Sharon said about the article saying that the group was good looking. When they taped their “Live in Lakeland” video, the person that introduced them mentioned that they were good looking. I guess it would be hard to edit that comment out of the video, but they did remove it from the CD that was also released — which says to me that they didn’t particularly like the focus being taken off the singing and the message, either!

  5. Well, really, they are good looking young men. So what? No one notices that Karen Peck and Lauren Talley are pretty?

    Noticing someone’s God-given good lucks doesn’t take away from their ministry!

    Give me a break!