Rev. Charlie Brown
was born in Cordell Ga. He is a member of Emanuel Tabernacle in Atlanta Ga., and
a member of Horaios Ministries.
Charlie Brown started with Robert Blair and The Fantastic Violinaires in Detroit
Michigan. At the time, he was singing with the legendry Pilgrim Jubilees.
He officially joined The Fantastic Violinaires in 1969 while they were doing a
concert in Chicago, Illinois.
After becoming a member, he gave the group their first song to record, entitled
Separation Line. Rev. Charlie Brown is presently the lead singer,
and the uniform coordinator for The Fantastic Violinaires.
On April 22, 2008, Mel Tone Records sponsored a tribute to Charlie Brown for his
work in the music industry. He was inducted into The Gospel Music Hall of
Fame. Representatives came from Chicago and Cleveland, Ohio for the
presentation of The Pioneer Legend Award. Many gospel singers that he
assisted on his journey through Gospel Music were present, such as Rev. Thomas
Spann of The Brooklyn Allstars, Evelyn Turnetine Agee and many others.