Josh Turner’s Sons Take The Stage And Win Internet’s Heart With Song Choice

Josh Turner is a man of God, superstar country singer and a devoted family man. There’s nothing he wouldn’t do to see his loved ones smile – even if that means stepping out of the limelight so they could know what it feels like to be famous for a few minutes.

He did exactly that for his four boys, Hampton, Colby, Marion, and Hawke, recently during a family-friendly gospel performance. The Turner boys stepped up to the stage and up to the task, just like their father does in front of millions of screaming fans!

Most of Josh’s fans know he was a devout Christian from the time he was a young boy. His family was heavily involved in the church, and that inspired him to start the gospel group “Thankful Hearts.” Josh knew he was destined to be a musician from that moment forward.

He moved to Nashville after high school to pursue a professional music career – and it finally paid off when he landed a gig at the Grand Ole Opry in 2001.

After his encore-inducing performance there, Josh’s career skyrocketed. He was a household country name within a few years and has maintained his top spot ever since. Even with the fame and fortune, Josh stays true to his Christian roots.

The megastar and his family attend church regularly and sing gospel tracks together whenever they can. That’s why the Turners jumped at the chance to record an album “I Serve A Savior” at the famous Gaither Studios in Alexandria, Indiana.

Hoards of fans poured in to watch the Turner boys sing their hearts out onstage. They were so shy in front of the crowd’s eager eyes and studio’s bright lights – it made them wonder how Dad could do it night after night!

Fortunately, the Turners knocked their song out of the park and made their parents proud at the same time. It’s not every day you hear young people praise God like their boys did here.

Listen to the Turner boys’ performance below. They definitely have Dad’s gift!


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