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The Truman Brothers, sons of Diamond Rio’s keyboardist Dan Truman, share message of hope in new music video

by | Apr. 19, 2021

Ben and Chad Truman have grown up around music. Their father, Dan Truman, was the keyboard and piano player for country band Diamond Rio, which is famous for hit songs like “Meet in the Middle,” “Beautiful Mess,” and “One More Day.”

The Truman Brothers have long been a part of The Nashville Tribute Band, which was co-founded by their father, but they recently released an EP of faith-based music as a duo. Their hope is that the music will remind listeners that “there is so much good for each of us to do in the world, and that with Christ as our compass, we can find strength in weakness, peace in the storm, and clarity in the noise—that through Him, we can find our way back home,” their website bio reads.

Their new music video from their EP centers around the aforementioned storm as the lyrics say, “When the wind is raging, keep holding on. It’s just the storm before the calm.”

“We believe in hope,” the brothers wrote on social media. “We believe in next chapters. In new days. Please know you’re not alone in your journey. Share with someone else to let them know they are not alone either.”

You can also enjoy a full virtual concert from the Truman Brothers as part of the Deseret Book Sessions concert series for just $10. Learn more here.

Lead Image: YouTube screenshot

Image titleThe Truman Brothers create Spirit-filled music for today—for every day. With its energetic, pop-driven anthems, their new EP Quiet Revolution is a rallying reminder that there is marvelous work to do and that with Christ as our compass, we can find strength in weakness, peace in the storm, and clarity in the noise—that through Him, we can find our way back home. Find the EP here.

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