Anthony Brown & group therAPy earn second Billboard No. 1 album

Anthony Brown & group therAPy have just earned their second Billboard number one album with A Long Way From Sunday. The album debuts this week at Number 1 on both Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums and Top Christian and Gospel Albums charts.

A Long Way From Sunday is the third release from Brown, and features smash hits including the current top 10 single, “Trust In You,” and the Warryn Campbell produced “I Got That,” as well as the additions of guest artists Sho Baraka on “Lost,” (a fan favorite), Leandria Johnson on “Consumed,” and Jonathan McReynolds & Travis Greene on “Every Time.”  Brown held a successful album release concert at the Warner Theatre when the album debute.

New album A Long Way From Sunday.

Brown is performing and making appearances around the country this month, including a special event this week in Chicago. Anthony Brown & group therAPy will appear at “The Music Experience” on Wednesday, August 9 at the DuSable Museum of African American Art.

Anthony Brown  is expanding to actingAnthony Brown recently launched a new inspirational web series called “Road To Victory” which airs each week on his official YouTube channel (Visit AJBLive). He  also landed a starring role in the national stage play “Mama’s Boy,” written and directed by Priest Tyaire. The touring production, which also stars Johnny Gill, Robin Givens, Jackeé, Shirley Murdock and more, will kick off in September and run throughout the fall. It makes a stop in Washington, D.C. in October at the Warner Theatre.

A Long Way From Sunday follows Brown’s smash album Everyday Jesus which garnered a historic 10 Stellar Awards and their first Grammy, BET, and Billboard Music Award Nominations.

A Long Way From Sunday is available here wherever music is sold and streamed.

Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of, founded in 2011. The site was recently named among Feedspot's Top Gospel and Christian Music Websites.  Sarah is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Gospel Music Association.
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