In November of 2000 and 2001, The Fox Brothers repeated their win as Entertainers Of The Year and were also presented the organization's Vocal Group Of The Year, an award they received for a record eight years until 2007. In 2011, The Fox Brothers were presented the ICM Living Legend Award, a prestigious lifetime achievement honor from the Inspirational Country Music Association.
Over the years, The Fox Brothers have hosted the televised Annual USAGEM Awards, where they have also received many awards including the Gospel Entertainer Of The Year and Vocal Group Of The Year. Roy Fox has also received the Comedian Of The Year trophy, and award he has garnered several times. A full list of awards received year-by-year by The Fox Brothers and group members is accessible under "Awards" on the Fox Brothers' main menu.
Winning awards is only a small piece of their stardom puzzle. Throughout their distinguished career, The Fox Brothers have performed extensively at fairs, festivals, and special events throughout the United States and Canada.
The group's appearances at the world-famous Grand Ole Opry have given them instant fame and credibility among country music fans worldwide. "We are blessed each time we get to perform on the Opry stage", said Lynn Fox."Every time my brothers and I get to perform in that historic circle where many of the greats have stood, we feel that we are fulfilling our mission, our calling, and our childhood dream".
In addition to their televised Grand Ole Opry appearances, The Fox Brothers have performed on numerous popular television shows including "Nashville Now", and "Crook & Chase". The group has performed several times on "The ICM Awards Show", a show sponsored by the Inspirational Country Music Association and filmed for several times at the historic Ryman Auditorium. These shows have been aired on GAC, TCT, and other networks. The Fox Brothers have also performed on "Sunday Mornin' Country", a show filmed for television and sponsored by The Music City Christian Fellowship (MCCF). This annual event is held in Nashville at the Grand Ole Opry House during the CMA Music Festival.
In addition, The Fox Brothers have produced several concept music videos including "Long As I Got You" and "If That Ain't Love". These videos have been featured on many television networks and shows that feature video programming. You can view the latest music videos and also enjoy some vintage video footage from the group by clicking on the "Videos" link on the main menu.