The Berry Brothers


The Berry Brothers have been involved in gospel music since childhood and their family has a rich history of ministry.  Their father Clyde was a pastor for over 40 years.  He was a member of the Berry Quartet, a popular quartet from Fredericktown, Missouri in the 1950's and 1960's made up of Clyde and his brothers. The mother of the Berry Brothers, Phyllis (Rogers) Berry, was a talented pianist from a singing family as well.  Her father was a member of the Rogers Quartet from Fredericktown, Missouri.  Phyllis, her father, Glenn, her Uncle Lindell and sister, Janice Durbin were a part of the quartet in the 1950's and 1960's.


The older brothers, Alan and Steve, were part of a popular quartet, The Young Messengers, in the mid 1970's.  After the Young Messengers dissolved, Alan and Steve started a new group known as The Berry Singers with Brian and Crystal Kinder.  Doug later joined The Berry Singers and the group quickly became a favorite gospel group in the Midwest.  Their album Jesus, How I Love You, included the song, Hallelujah Meeting which reached number 15 on the Midwest Gospel Music charts in 1976. 


While all have had successful solo careers and music ministries, they are at their best when they are together.  Both the Young Messengers and The Berry Brothers have performed in concerts with such groups as The Oak Ridge Boys, The Imperials, and The Blackwood Brothers.  They appeared on several television and radio programs throughout the South and Midwest.  



The Berry Brothers will be the performing on Sunday, June 2, 2019

at Farmington Country Days for Faith & Family Sunday



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