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Brian Free & Assurance
Brian Free is undeniably the most recognizable southern gospel tenor of ourRead More
generation. Since 1982, he has been at the forefront of southern gospel music
since first joining Gold City Quartet, then moving on to form his own group,
Brian has enjoyed tremendous success in his musical career, but his first priority
has and always will be his family. They say that behind every good man is a
great woman, and Pam Free certainly confirms that saying. Pam is responsible
for much of the business behind the ministry and keeps things running smoothly.
Pam and Brian are blessed with two sons, Ricky and Bryce. Ricky is a talented
drummer and tours with Assurance while Bryce is still in school. This family unit is
the foundation for Brian and offers a welcome calm in the middle of a busy
Southern Gospel music has always been Brian's first love, and fans have
responded to his music by honoring him as Favorite Male Singer in 1987 and
voting him Favorite Tenor a record eight times throughout the years. He was also
named Favorite Young Artist in 1989 and 1991. Brian Free & Assurance was
voted Horizon Group in 1994, and their album 4 God So Loved was named
Favorite Album in 1998.
Today, Brian Free & Assurance continue making music that touches people and
changes lives. Traveling with Brian is a talented group of singers and musicians.
Lead singer Bill Shivers, baritone singer Derrick Selph, bass singer Jeremy Lile,
drummer Ricky Free and pianist Scott McDowell round out Assurance. The
Harper Agency has enjoyed a long relationship with Brian and handles booking.
Brian Free & Assurance record for Daywind Music Group.
Whether singing at a rural church, city auditorium, large arenas with the Gaither
Homecoming Tour or on national television, Brian Free & Assurance have one