An Afternoon with Fortune, Walker, Rogers, and Isaacs - Singing songs from their Brotherly Love Album from the Gaither Gospel Series.
Each member of Fortune/Walker/Rogers/Isaacs brings their own wealth of experience to Brotherly Love, creating an intriguing combination of styles and influences. The result is a diverse collection that spotlights some of the best-loved gems on America's musical landscape. Walker takes lead on the mournful Hank Williams Sr. classic "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry." Fortune's pristine tenor shines on the Vince Gill hit "Go Rest High on That Mountain." Rogers delivers a spirited take on the O Brother, Where Art Thou hit "Man of Constant Sorrow;" and Isaacs' warm voice revives the Don Williams' hit "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good."
Isaacs, a DOVE Award-winning producer who has performed with his mother and sisters for years as the GRAMMY-nominated group The Isaacs and shepherded many of the top names in the industry, produced Brotherly Love. Fortune rose to fame as a member of the Statler Brothers and penned some of their biggest hits ("Elizabeth," "Too Much on My Heart") before forging a successful solo career when the quartet retired. Walker is a DOVE Award-winning artist with a strong following in country, gospel and bluegrass. Formerly with the legendary Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and currently on the road with Craig Morgan, Rogers is one of the most highly respected musicians in bluegrass music.