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‘Gentle On My Mind’ Brothers Of The Heart At Grand Ole Opry - Christian Music Videos

A group of talented musicians turned in a dazzling performance of a tune made famous by Glen Campbell.

Country music is a genre that has spanned decades and has included many different sounds, instruments and musicians. If one were to create a Mt. Rushmore for country musicians, people like Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson would all be in consideration for inclusion. 

Glen Campbell would be another performer some would argue deserves to be considered for any monument to the best country musicians of all time. During his career, he produced several iconic and beloved songs, including “Rhinestone Cowboy,” “Southern Nights” and “Gentle on My Mind.”

In a clip posted on YouTube, Brothers of the Heart played Glen Campbell’s hit “Gentle on My Mind” at, arguably, the most historic venue in all of country music: The Grand Ole Opry. 

The guys, while on a stage in the center of the room, play to a packed crowd, who take in the marvelous rendition of Glen Campbell’s hit. Several audience members even sway along to the sweet and pleasant sounds coming from the stage.

“And it’s knowing that I’m not shackled
By forgotten words and bonds
And the ink stains that are dried upon some lines
That keeps you in the back roads by the rivers of my memory
That keeps you ever gentle on my mind”

At the conclusion of their performance, the audience erupts in a thunderous round of applause and even a few cheers. 

Even those who are not country music fans will appreciate the obvious talent on display in the clip. The guys, with their remarkable voices and nimble fingers, create a first-rate, thoroughly enjoyable sound. 

Others who commented on the video voiced their appreciation for the guys’ cover of the Glen Campbell track.

“One of my favorite songs and you all did a beautiful job! I liked it, a lot!” one person wrote.

“That was toe tapping awesome,” a second person added.

Psalm 104:33 “I will sing to the Lord as long as I live: I will sing praise to my God while I have my being.”