Produced in March 1981 in Norfolk, VA, by Rev. Frank A. Paschall, Sr., and five of his seven sons, the Paschall Brothers (these were known in those start simply because Rev. Frank Paschall & the Pasachall Brothers) specific in the BLACK root base gospel audio that surfaced in the wake from the Civil Battle, employed in the local style that had become referred to as Tidewater gospel. The lineup transformed in 1984 when two from the brothers still left the group and Renard Freeman emerged aboard, offering rise towards the group’s traditional quintet settings of Frank Sr., Frank Jr., Freeman, and Tarrence and William Paschall. When the Rev. Frank passed away in 1999, Jonnie Lewis stepped directly into keep carefully the quintet heading, and afterwards when Lewis still left the group along with William Paschall, Sr., Tarrance Paschall, Jr., and Renard Freeman, Jr., had been drafted directly into replace them, producing the Paschall Brothers a genuine multi-generational action. Their sound continued to be true with their tidewater root base throughout many of these adjustments, nevertheless. A debut recording, Tunes for Our Dad, premiered in 2003 by Virginia Folklife Information, and in 2007 On the right path Now made an appearance from Smithsonian/Folkways.