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3 Heath Brothers Deliver Message of Hope in “It Ain’t Over Yet”

Arden, North Carolina (January 14, 2022) — Following the success of their featured appearance on the Kingdom Heirs’ hit, “A Good Day Coming On,” the 3 Heath Brothers ring in the new year with their own single, “It Ain’t Over Yet” — the first new music that’s all theirs since the release of their 2019 Horizon Records full-length debut, Who We Are.

Written by the powerhouse team of Paula Stefanovich and Steve Marshall, and produced by the oft-awarded Roger Talley“It Ain’t Over Yet” cements the youthful group’s reputation for delivering the unchanging message of salvation through fresh, contemporary Gospel music that resonates with their generation and beyond. The song wraps inspired vocals from Clayton Heath (verse one) and Christian Heath (verse two) that range from hushed to triumphant — and the trio’s powerful sibling harmonies — in a modern musical setting to encourage the feeling of hope that stems from recognizing Christ’s ultimate victory.

When pain and hardships seem unbearable, “It Ain’t Over Yet” tells the listener that these things pass, that strength is found through faith in God, and that the struggle “ain’t over” because He has a plan. In the inspirational words of the chorus (where Nicholas Heath joins his brothers):

“I don’t know who told you, you could not make it 
I don’t know who told you, you could not take it
I don’t know who told you it’s time that you quit 
But my God says wait, it ain’t over yet”

As the Brothers put it, “We are so excited about the awesome message of hope in our new song, ‘It Ain’t Over Yet!’ God has a plan for your future! We have already seen the impact it has had on audiences all across the country and we are so excited to finally bring this song to our broadcast and streaming audiences as well.”

Listen to “It Ain’t Over Yet”:


About 3 Heath Brothers

The 3 Heath Brothers are Nicholas, Clayton, & Christian Heath from Thomasville, NC. They have been singing together as long as they can remember. Their mom taught them to sing parts from a very early age and their dad is the Senior Pastor at Faith Community Chapel in Thomasville.

When these young guys get up to sing, people are consistently shocked by their tight harmony, powerful vocals, and a cappella arrangements. In the summer of 2018, they won the Grand Champion Trophy at the NC State Annual Singing Convention. They’ve performed at Dollywood, Billy Graham Training Center at the Cove, the Main Stage at Singing in the Sun and the Gatlinburg Gathering. In 2020, they were named Favorite New Artist in the Singing News Fan Awards.

Audiences won’t want to miss their young energy and passion for God. They love God and their goal is to promote Christ and demonstrate that you are never too young to give all you have to God.

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