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Brothers of the Heart Amazing version of “How Great Thou Art” Live At Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, TN, 2022

Sharing this amazing version of the Brothers of the Heart “How Great Thou Art” performed live at the prestigious Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. “How Great Thou Art” is a Christian hymn based on an original Swedish hymn entitled “O Store Gud” written in 1885 by Carl Boberg (1859–1940). The English version of the hymn and its title are a loose translation by the English missionary Stuart K. Hine from 1949. Be blessed!

Brothers Of The Heart Band consists of four talented and well-known artists in their own rights: Jimmy Fortune, Ben Isaacs, Bradley Walker, Mike Rogers.  They have become a nationally-renowned band after joining together in many performances. Their music genre are mostly Gospel music, Country, and Bluegrass. They will be releasing an  album Listen To The Music  that includes gospel songs, some country music like “Ring of Fire,” “Desperado,” “Precious Memories” and many more. Showcasing their excellent blending of their voices with their impeccable arrangements and seamless harmonies, they will definitely soar high!

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How Great Thou Art Lyrics

Oh Lord, my God
When I, in awesome wonder
Consider all the worlds Thy hands have made
I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder
Thy power throughout the universe displayed

Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art
Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art

And when I think that God, His Son not sparing
Sent Him to die, I scarce can take it in
That on the cross, my burden gladly bearing
He bled and died to take away my sin

Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art
Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art

When Christ shall come, with shout of acclamation
And take me home, what joy shall fill my heart
Then I shall bow, in humble adoration
And then proclaim, my God, how great Thou art

Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art
Then sings my soul, my Savior God to Thee
How great Thou art, how great Thou art
How great Thou art, how great Thou art

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Songwriters: Stuart Hine / Adam Palmer / Matthew Hein / Stephanie Kulla

How Great Thou Art lyrics © Sony/atv Tree Publishing, I Am They Publishing, Manna Music Inc, Stuart Hine Trust, Emerald Music (ireland) Ltd

Jimmy Fortune – “Precious Memories” Live at Gaither Studios

Jimmy Fortune performed this classic hymn”Precious Memories.” This traditional gospel song is credited to J. B. F. Wright in 1925. Jimmy’s voice is simply amazing with only his acoustic guitar to hold. The vocal backups are simply amazing too making is hymn alive as we hear it! Enjoy!!!

About Jimmy Fortune

Born in Staunton, Virginia on March 11, 1955, Fortune began his career as a singer in high school as a member of the Nelcon County High School choir. It was in 1981 when Fortune was discovered by Lew DeWitt of The Statler Brothers. He replaced Lew DeWitt and became an integral part of the group, and he wrote several of their latter-day hits, including “Elizabeth,” “Too Much on My Heart,” and “More Than a Name on a Wall.” He spent 21 years touring, singing, and performing with the Statler Brother. In 2002, after the Statlers disbanded, Fortune continued his career as a solo artist. Fortune and the Statlers were welcomed into the Country Music Association Hall of Fame in 2008.

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Precious Memories Lyrics

Precious memories, unseen angels
Sent from somewhere to my soul
How they linger, ever near me
And the sacred past unfolds

Precious memories, how they linger
How they ever flood my soul
In the stillness, of the midnight
Precious sacred scenes unfold

As I travel on life’s pathway
Know not what the years may hold
As I ponder, hopes grow fonder
Precious memories flood my soul
Precious memories, how they linger
How they ever flood my soul
In the stillness, of the midnight
Precious sacred scenes unfold

Precious memories, how they linger
How they ever flood my soul
In the stillness, of the midnight
Precious sacred scenes unfold
Precious sacred scenes unfold

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Precious Memories lyrics © O/B/O Apra Amcos

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“Go Rest High On That Mountain” – Jimmy Fortune Live At Columbia, TN/2020

Country Gospel singer Jimmy Fortune did a great rendition of this Vince Gill song, “Go Rest High On That Mountain.” Jimmy’s voice is simply amazing and fits really well on this famous country song. It’s one of Jimmy Fortune’s performance that for sure worth remembering! Enjoy listening!

About Jimmy Fortune

Born in Staunton, Virginia on March 11, 1955, Fortune began his career as a singer in high school as a member of the Nelcon County High School choir. It was in 1981 when Fortune was discovered by Lew DeWitt of The Statler Brothers. He replaced Lew DeWitt and became an integral part of the group, and he wrote several of their latter-day hits, including “Elizabeth,” “Too Much on My Heart,” and “More Than a Name on a Wall.” He spent 21 years touring, singing, and performing with the Statler Brother. In 2002, after the Statlers disbanded, Fortune continued his career as a solo artist. Fortune and the Statlers were welcomed into the Country Music Association Hall of Fame in 2008.

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Go Rest High on That Mountain Lyrics

Song by Vince Gill

I know your life
On earth was troubled
And only you could know the pain
You weren’t afraid to face the devil
You were no stranger to the rain

Go rest high on that mountain
Son your work on earth is done
Go to heaven a-shoutin’
Love for the Father and the Son

Oh, how we cried the day you left us
We gathered ’round your grave to grieve
Wish I could see the angels faces
When they hear your sweet voice sing

Go rest high on that mountain
Son your work on earth is done
Go to heaven a-shoutin’
Love for the Father and the Son

Go rest high on that mountain
Son your work on earth is done
Go to heaven a-shoutin’
Love for the Father and the Son

Go to heaven a-shoutin’
Love for the Father and the Son

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Songwriters: Vincent Grant Gill

Go Rest High on That Mountain lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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Jimmy Fortune Passionate Version of the Hymn “Rock Of Ages”

Jimmy Fortune performed this classic gospel hymn “Rock Of Ages” at Gaither Studios. This song was written by the Reformed Anglican minister Augustus Toplady and is a popular hymn sang in many chruches all over the world. Jimmy fortune did beautiful rendition and it sure blesses someone who hears.

About Jimmy Fortune

Born in Staunton, Virginia on March 11, 1955, Fortune began his career as a singer in high school as a member of the Nelcon County High School choir. It was in 1981 when Fortune was discovered by Lew DeWitt of The Statler Brothers. He replaced Lew DeWitt and became an integral part of the group, and he wrote several of their latter-day hits, including “Elizabeth,” “Too Much on My Heart,” and “More Than a Name on a Wall.” He spent 21 years touring, singing, and performing with the Statler Brother. In 2002, after the Statlers disbanded, Fortune continued his career as a solo artist. Fortune and the Statlers were welcomed into the Country Music Association Hall of Fame in 2008.

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Rock of Ages Lyrics

Oh, Rock of Ages, cleft for me
Let me hide myself in Thee
(Sing it, Jimmy; Jimmy, way to go)
Let the water and the blood
From Thy wounded side which flowed
Be of sin the double cure
Save from wrath and make me pure

Could my tears forever flow
Could my zeal no anger know
These for sin could not atone
Thou must save, and Thou alone
In my hand, no price I bring
Simply to Thy cross, I cling

While I draw this fleeting breath
And when my eyes shall close in death
When I rise to worlds unknown
And bеhold Thee on Thy throne
Rock of Ages, cleft for mе
Let me hide myself in Thee

Oh, Rock of Ages, cleft for me
Let me hide myself in Thee

(Jimmy Fortune)

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“I believe” – Soul Touching Gospel Song by Jimmy Fortune, Dailey & Vincent

Watch this soul-touching and very moving song “I believe” by Jimmy Fortune, Dailey & Vincent live at Country Family Reunion Old Time Gospel 2012. This song was written by Jimmy Fortune himself.

About Jimmy Fortune

Born in Staunton, Virginia on March 11, 1955, Fortune began his career as a singer in high school as a member of the Nelcon County High School choir. It was in 1981 when Fortune was discovered by Lew DeWitt of The Statler Brothers. He replaced Lew DeWitt and became an integral part of the group, and he wrote several of their latter-day hits, including “Elizabeth,” “Too Much on My Heart,” and “More Than a Name on a Wall.” He spent 21 years touring, singing, and performing with the Statler Brother. In 2002, after the Statlers disbanded, Fortune continued his career as a solo artist. Fortune and the Statlers were welcomed into the Country Music Association Hall of Fame in 2008.

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I Believe Lyrics

Dailey & Vincent, Jimmy Fortune

When I see the sunrise in the mornin
When I feel the wind blow across my face
When I hear the sound of children playin
I know it’s all part of Gods’ amazing grace

and I believe, there’s a place called Heaven
and I believe, in a place called Calvary
I believe in a man who’s name is Jesus
and I believe, that he gave his life for me…

I was there the day my momma went to Heaven
I held her hand, as she closed her eyes to sleep
and I felt the power, of ten thousand angels
take her soul away, to be crowned at Jesus feet

and I believe, there’s a place called Heaven
and I believe, in a place called Calvary
I believe in a man who’s name is Jesus
and I believe, that he gave his life for me…
and I believe that he gave his life
for me

Written by: JIMMY FORTUNE

Lyrics © FORTUNE PUBLISHING, LLC

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Jimmy Fortune Sings Classic Hymn “In The Garden” Live In Columbia, Tennessee, 2019

This is probably one of the best versions of this classic hymn “In the Garden.” What a powerful voice of Jimmy Fortune! Very captivating and what a blessing to hear him sing this. “In the Garden” (sometimes rendered by its first line “I Come to the Garden Alone” is a gospel song written by American songwriter C. Austin Miles (1868–1946), a former pharmacist who served as editor and manager at Hall-Mack publishers for 37 years. The song was first published in 1912 and popularized during the Billy Sunday evangelistic campaigns of the early twentieth century.

About Jimmy Fortune

Born in Staunton, Virginia on March 11, 1955, Fortune began his career as a singer in high school as a member of the Nelcon County High School choir. It was in 1981 when Fortune was discovered by Lew DeWitt of The Statler Brothers. He replaced Lew DeWitt and became an integral part of the group, and he wrote several of their latter-day hits, including “Elizabeth,” “Too Much on My Heart,” and “More Than a Name on a Wall.” He spent 21 years touring, singing, and performing with the Statler Brother. In 2002, after the Statlers disbanded, Fortune continued his career as a solo artist. Fortune and the Statlers were welcomed into the Country Music Association Hall of Fame in 2008.

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In the Garden

Charles A. Miles, 1913

  1. I come to the garden alone,
    While the dew is still on the roses,
    And the voice I hear falling on my ear
    The Son of God discloses.
    • Refrain:
      And He walks with me, and He talks with me,
      And He tells me I am His own;
      And the joy we share as we tarry there,
      None other has ever known.
  2. He speaks, and the sound of His voice
    Is so sweet the birds hush their singing,
    And the melody that He gave to me
    Within my heart is ringing.
  3. I’d stay in the garden with Him,
    Though the night around me be falling,
    But He bids me go; through the voice of woe
    His voice to me is calling.

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Jimmy Fortune – Life’s Railway To Heaven (Live Performance)

Jimmy Fortune definitely a class of his own. Listening to this song “Life’s Railway To Heaven” is one of his best country gospel music. Can’t help but admire his amazing gift and natural performance as an artist. Make sure this video to the end and please don’t forget to share to your friends if you are blessed! Thank you.

About Jimmy Fortune

Born in Staunton, Virginia on March 11, 1955, Fortune began his career as a singer in high school as a member of the Nelcon County High School choir. It was in 1981 when Fortune was discovered by Lew DeWitt of The Statler Brothers. He replaced Lew DeWitt and became an integral part of the group, and he wrote several of their latter-day hits, including “Elizabeth,” “Too Much on My Heart,” and “More Than a Name on a Wall.” He spent 21 years touring, singing, and performing with the Statler Brother. In 2002, after the Statlers disbanded, Fortune continued his career as a solo artist. Fortune and the Statlers were welcomed into the Country Music Association Hall of Fame in 2008.

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Life’s Railway To Heaven Lyrics

Life is like a mountain railway,
With an engineer that’s brave;
We must make the run successful,
From the cradle to the grave;
Watch the curves, the fills, the tunnels;
Never falter, never fail;
Keep your hands upon the throttle,
And your eyes upon the rail.

Blessed Savior, Thou wilt guide us,
Till we reach that blissful shore,
Where the angels wait to join us
In Thy praise forevermore.
You will roll up grades of trial;
You will cross the bridge of strife;
See that Christ is your conductor
On this lightning train of life;
Always mindful of obstruction,
Do your duty, never fail;
Keep your hands upon the throttle,
You will often find obstructions,
Look for storms and wind and rain;
On a fill, or curve, or trestle
They will almost ditch your train;
Put your trust alone in Jesus,
Never falter, never fail;
Keep your hands upon the throttle,
And your eyes upon the rail.
As you roll across the trestle,
Spanning Jordan’s swelling tide,
You behold the Union Depot
Into which your train will glide;
There you’ll meet the Sup’rintendent,
God the Father, God the Son,
With the hearty, joyous plaudit,
Weary Pilgrim, welcome home.

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