In 2013, American gospel music legend Fred Hammond joined forces with Dave Hollister, Eric Roberson, and Brian Courtney Wilson to form the United Tenors, a powerhouse group that showcased their collective vocal prowess. The album “United Tenors: Hammond, Hollister, Roberson, Wilson” became a hallmark of their collaborative efforts, featuring 15 heart-stirring tracks that left an enduring impact on gospel music enthusiasts.
As the second track of the album, “Love You Like That” shines as a soulful expression of devotion and love. Fred Hammond’s emotive vocals blend seamlessly with the smooth harmonies of the United Tenors, creating a melodic journey that resonates with listeners on a spiritual level. The song’s heartfelt lyrics and heartfelt instrumentation convey an unwavering commitment to love, making it an essential addition to the album’s captivating collection.
“United Tenors: Hammond, Hollister, Roberson, Wilson” exemplifies the strength of unity in music, crossing cultural and geographical boundaries to touch hearts worldwide. Released in 2013, the album continues to inspire listeners, reminding them of the power of music to convey emotions of love and faith, transcending time and trends.
Fred Hammond, born on December 27, 1960, is an American gospel music artist, singer, songwriter, and producer who has left an indelible mark on the world of contemporary gospel music. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Hammond’s musical journey began at an early age when he discovered his passion for singing and playing various musical instruments.