The Booth Brothers

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The Booth Brothers
OriginDetroit, Michigan, United States
GenresSouthern gospel
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1950s–1963, 1990–present
Websitewww.boothbrothers.com
MembersRonnie Booth
Michael Booth
Jim Brady
Past membersRon Booth, Sr.
Joseph Smith
 
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The Booth Brothers
OriginDetroit, Michigan, United States
GenresSouthern gospel
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1950s–1963, 1990–present
Websitewww.boothbrothers.com
MembersRonnie Booth
Michael Booth
Jim Brady
Past membersRon Booth, Sr.
Joseph Smith

The Booth Brothers is an American southern gospel vocal trio.

Group history[edit]

The Booth Brothers was initially formed in the 1950s by Ron Booth, Sr. with his brothers Charles, James, and Wallace, after they moved to Detroit. However, Ron decided to disband the group in 1963 when he joined the Toney Brothers.

In 1990, Ron's youngest son, Michael, decided to revive the group with his brother Ronnie II, and his father. They started performing and touring around Florida and recorded several albums. In 1998, Ron decided to retire and the remaining brothers started looking for a replacement. They recorded several albums with Joseph Smith, who was later replaced by Jim Brady.

Discography[edit]

Awards[edit]

The Booth Brothers were nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album for their album Room for More. The album was also nominated for two Dove Awards at the 40th GMA Dove Awards: Southern Gospel Album of the Year and Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year.

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