Peace In The Shelter by lazarus57

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Peace In The Shelter

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The Booth Brothers

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JOURNEY TO THE OLYMPICS
Round 4 (PEACE)
Team E
#3 Lazarus57

For this round I have chosen a song that really fits the situation that I am going thru at this time. I started getting a headache on a Sunday and by Tuesday it was still here and very painful. Went to ER and they found a very small bleed in my brain. Then a week later I also found out I have a blockage in my heart. I usually don't let things bother me but both of these happening at the same time it has. I found this song and it has really helped me get thru these times. I will be having an Angiogram to check for the blockage and another scan to see if the bleed has stopped.

The Booth Brothers is an American southern gospel vocal trio. It was original formed in 1957 by four brothers but disbanded in 1963, and reformed in 1990 by one of the original member Ron Booth with two of his sons, Michael and Ronnie Booth. Ron Booth retired in 1995, and was replaced by Joseph Smith, who was in turn replaced by Jim Brady, followed by Paul Lancaster.
Group history

The Booth Brothers was initially formed in the 1950s by Ron Booth, Sr. with his brothers Charles, James, and Wallace, after they moved to Detroit. However, Ron decided to disband the group in 1963 when he joined The Toney Brothers.

In 1990, Ron's youngest son, Michael (b. October 8, 1971), decided to revive the group with his brother Ronnie II (b. June 28, 1965), and his father. They started performing and touring around Florida and recorded several albums. In 1998, Ron decided to retire and the remaining brothers started looking for a replacement. They recorded several albums with Joseph Smith, who was later replaced by Jim Brady (b. May 19, 1970). Brady remained with them until 2014, at which point he was replaced by Paul Lancaster (b. February 23, 1968).

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