Darin Aldridge and Brooke Justice release their gospel album, I’ll Go With You, on Pinecastle Records. The musical couple, who have their wedding date set for this Dec. 27th, met at church about three years ago. Although they were performing with different groups, Darin and Brooke began playing and performing together more than two years ago.
Darin Aldridge has a background with the legendary bluegrass group, The Country Gentlemen. Following high school, Darin toured the U.S. and Canada with The Country Gentleman for seven years, earning him four nominations for bluegrass mandolin player of the year.
Brooke Justice began singing at the young age of five. Her family and church helped to foster her ambitions of becoming a performer. She spent much of her youth engaged in various music competitions, even winning recognition in such competitions as Nashville Star. It was only about four years ago that Brooke picked up the mandolin, even further branching her musical talents. Before performing with Darin, Brooke was a member of the gospel group Pureheart.
I’ll Go With You features Darin Aldridge on guitar, tenor guitar, mandolin & lead vocals, Brooke Justice shares lead vocals, Chris Bryant on banjo, Eddie Biggerstaff on bass & Perry Woodie on resonator guitar. Additional featured artists include Alan Johnson, David Rhyne, Reggie Harris, Devon Aldridge & Harold Simpson.
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