The Brown Boys Gospel Singers originated in 1982, under their parents Deaconess Anna Brown and the late Willie Brown, Sr. As a result of years of dedication, The Brown Boys developed their own unique and versatile style, which incorporated both contemporary and traditional genres of gospel music.
With such a distinctive sound, the group has been able to reach an array of audiences. In 1999, it was unanimously agreed among the members of The Brown Boys to change their name to The Brown Boyz Ministries.
The Brown Boyz have appeared several times on Black Entertainment Television (BET) on The Bobby Jones Show as well as on other forums such as gospel retreats, showcases, conventions and concerts. The Brown Boyz have also worked closely with Elder George W. Stewart of the American Gospel Quartet Convention and are featured annually in the nightly showcases at the convention.
The Brown Boyz have released two CD’s on the Gospel Truth label “Jump for Joy” and “Harvest Time” The videos of their smash singles, “Somebody Prayed for Me” “Love Like That”, have been featured nationally on BET and Music Choice.
They have been blessed to travel throughout the United States performing with an endless list of gospel artists including The Mighty Clouds of Joy, Donnie McClurkin, Lee Williams and The Spiritual QC’s, The Williams Brothers, Martha Munizzi, Israel and New Breed, James Fortune, Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin and several other gospel artists.
The Brown Boyz are presently preparing for the release of their new single this summer “Harvest Time Reload,” and are in the studio working on their third CD “The Return” to be released 2015. There is new excitement and expectation for this upcoming project, “The Return of the Brown Boyz.”