Brothers have brought quartet back to the forefront
One of the most talked about quartet groups in the Fort Lauderdale area today is the new, young, and aspiring grouped called Brothers. Over the last two years, these well-dressed soul stirring gentlemen have brought quartets back to the forefront.
The hit single, What a Friend, is the most requested song at their events and this song is sure to bring you to a place of giving God praise for all He has done.
Established in 2012, the founding member Demetrius Elliott hails from a generation of quartet singers and preachers. Demetrius and his brothers, who are also members of the group, Aaron Reid (lead singer and keyboard player) and Jhari Malizee( background vocal) all have been singing from a tender age of their lives in their late grandfathers’ church, (Rev. John Robertson Sr.), The Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, located in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
They grew up singing in the church with family and with their uncles, The South Florida Gospel Singers of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Soon after the passing of their mother, the late Wilma Elaine Robertson, “the Lord spoke to” Demetrius to start a group along with his brothers, cousin Brandon Hurst (back-ground vocal), Deantwone Fields (bass), Sam Montgomery (former drummer) and John Robinson (new drummer).
Since establishing Brothers, their mixture of traditional foot stomping, yet smooth modern, Southern gospel sound has paved the way to many opportunities to minister in song all over the state of Florida.
They recently hit a mile-stone by appearing on the Allstate Gospel Battle of the Bands in 2013 in Jacksonville, Fla. “This was an experience that was invigorating yet humbling,” Demetrius said.
These young men are passionate and on fire for God. They are purpose driven to fulfill God’s mission, to simply spread the gospel of Christ throughout the nation.
With the anointed gift to write and arrange songs and music, they are sure to rise to the top with the heart of keeping God first while making history and leaving a powerful legacy.
“These brothers are well rounded fathers, husbands, brothers, and friends,” says manager Demetrius Elliott. When you hear Brothers, people will truly understand how and why these men are destined for greatness.
God Made A Way is currently gaining primetime spins on the following stations: HOT 105 FM, Rejoice America Radio, KHWH Gospel Radio –Brothers was the featured artist for the month of January, 1520 AM WDSY Gospel Radio, Power of Praise Radio, WPGN Radio, WBGR Radio Online, Yes Lord Radio, Gospel Impact Radio, Thirsty Soul Radio, HOGS 103.9 FM, HOT 3:16 and Let’s Talk Radio.