Top Stories

Kim Jong Un is prepared for war with the U.S. The North Korean leader says he will continue missle testing despite requests to stop.
Multi-Grammy winner Keith Urban washonored at Grammys on the Hill inin Washington, DC for his commitment to music education in schools.
It supports captions, HTML elements and videos.

TUNE-IN ALERT: Gospel's Wardlaw Brothers to appear on Family Fued

buzzz worthy. . .


There's no question that The Wardlaw Brothers (TWB) are indeed a close-knit family! The five biological brothers have been one of the most visible and sought after male groups in Gospel music over the past year.  Tony, Martin Luther, Jamie, Carl and Rodney have a tight bond that reflects in their precise vocal harmonies and passion for ministry, but the brothers will soon be feuding!  After their recent 10-day international tour of the United Kingdom, TWB has returned to the states and will be appearing on the popular American TV game show, The Family Feud with host Steve Harvey.
You can tune in and watch The Wardlaw Brothers have fun and battle it out on The Family Feud airing nationally on Nov 18 and Nov 19.  Check your local listings for time and station networks atwww.familyfeud.com
TWB's brotherly charisma, stylish swagger and vibrant personality where a big hit with Steve Harvey and the live studio audience.  The brothers were also granted a bit of extra time to showcase their a cappella skills for Harvey.  
The groups was able to give Steve Harvey a sampling of their sound while on set:


These five dynamic harmonizing brothers just returned from their first international tour of The United Kingdom.  TWB toured England making stops at Shiloh Worship Center (Thornton Heath Surrey), Bethesda Ministries (Croydon), Goldsmiths University Of London, Wesleyan Christian Centre and the Glory House Church and ended their UK tour as special guest on Time 2 Shine Gospel Television Show.  TWB delivered a crowd-stirring performance of their hit "Right Now Lord" on Time 2 Shine, UK's #1 Televised Gospel Talent Search program.