Jim Brady's Brother Passes Away
Jim Brady of Southern Gospel music's the Jim Brady Trio has just informed fans via social media that his brother Chuck Brady had died. Chuck, who was a big supporter of the trio and Gospel music, passed away on December 26th after a tragic car accident.
Jim Brady writes on his Facebook page: "My heart hurts as I say goodbye to my big brother. He went to be with Jesus last night after a car accident. He was my biggest supporter, my friend and a great brother. I'm sure he's already catching up my dad & sister on all the family news, as only he can. I love you Chuck!"
The Jim Brady Trio has celebrated a whirlwind of events since their formation in January of 2015; ranging from a acclaimed debut record, A New Chapter, success at Southern Gospel radio and being named the 2015 New Trio of the Year by Singing News Fan Awards, as well as having the 2015 Song of the Year with 'Steppin' Out In Faith.' The trio looks forward to a bright future with Layke, including a new project coming soon.
Daywind Records is home to an award-winning roster of artists, including Legacy Five, Adam Crabb, Browders, Jim Brady Trio, Greater Vision, Joseph Habedank, The Hoppers, Karen Peck & New River, Bowling Family, Tribute, Nelons, Brian Free & Assurance, Blackwood Brothers Quartet and Wilburn & Wilburn. Daywind is distributed to retail through New Day Christian Distributors, Sony RED, and all major digital outlets, including iTunes.
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