Brothers McClurg Join In The Sound


From a legacy that now spans three generations of music and ministry comes the band Brothers McClurg. What started out as two bands fronted by brothers Anthony and Chris Hoisington has turned into a group of Christian brothers who share a desire to see lives changed through worship. Until recently, this six-piece band of worshippers from western New York were known as Relevant Worship, the name of their community-wide ministry.

With their recent signing to Integrity Music, the band decided to embrace their musical heritage by taking the name Brothers McClurg, which was the name of a rock band formerly fronted by the Hoisingtons. The name also pays homage to Anthony and Chris’ greatest influence, their maternal grandfather Pastor Bill McClurg, who led the southern gospel group The McClurg Family Singers.

“We see it as a way of continuing the legacy and ministry while giving it a fresh vision,” says Chris.

Hailing from Buffalo, the band’s mission is to carry Jesus’ message of life, hope and forgiveness to people and places that have been ‘dead,’ hopeless and forgotten. The Brothers want to love people through prayer and acts of service, blessing the Church and uniting the body of Christ in worship. Beginning with the Buffalo area, their goal is to break down denominational barriers, starting with themselves as each band member comes from a different church tradition.

“We want to spur one another on, lifting up the name of Christ inside the church, as well as in the streets,” adds Anthony.

“Our goal is to rally the church to action, loving one another and also loving the ‘unlovely’ and replicating this passion in every city and community we encounter.” Chris explains, “Brothers McClurg is a traveling version of your church’s worship team, with many players and faces each adding to what God is doing in times of worship.”

Brothers McClurg is currently touring the Northeast, with concert stops in Rhode Island, Maine, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. Brothers McClurg have a website, which you can see here.


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Mark Weber

Mark Weber publishes the MarkWeberMusicBlog.

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