The Wardlaw Brothers And TWB Records Sign Exclusively With New Day Christian Distributors
There are five biological brothers from Georgia who have been singing together for many years. These brothers have been making quite an impact recently in Gospel music with high profile television appearances, tour dates from East coast to West coast, and a music ministry that blends intricate acappella harmonies, beautiful soulful R&B ballads and high energy quartet arrangements. There are no other groups in Christian music quite like THE WARDLAW BROTHERS.
The versatile and gifted Wardlaw Brothers have been promoting their forthcoming release GOD’S BEEN THERE and have just inked an exclusive distribution contract with Nashville’s New Day Christian Distributors. GOD’S BEEN THERE will be released in January 2013 by New Day Distributors, TWB Records (The Wardlaw Brothers own record label located in Vidalia, GA), and with marketing powered by The Bellamy Group. The CD has already garnered radio success with the urban inspirational single “Somewhere Listening”, has established a quartet fan favorite “Right Now Lord” and has a special tribute to the military “Welcome Home Soldiers” that has become a Youtube video hit. GOD’S BEEN THERE is produced by Grammy™ Award winning producer Cedric Thompson, Dove Award winning producer Antonio Neal and Martin Luther Wardlaw.
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About TWB: TWB are five brothers from Georgia. Eldest brother, Carl Anthony “Tony” has the traditional, soulful voice. Martin Luther “Lute” is the lead vocalist with a voice that speaks to the spirit. “Jamie” Cornelius is the melodious bass man that defines TWB’s distinctive sound while Carl III “Carlo” melds in the urban/hip hop flavor. Lastly, Rodney Allen “Baby Boy”, contributes the smooth, serene voice of the five.
TWB are the sons of Rev. and Mrs. Carl Wardlaw Jr. who taught their children early that ministry was a part of life. Over the years, with the discovery and nurturing of gifts, music ministry evolved. They began to revise the original songs they sang as youth and sculpt their own distinctive brand of harmony. Exemplifying a strong music ministry and diverse artistic appeal, TWB continues to reach across cultures, age groups and ethnicities and not be confined to a particular audience.