Andrew and Devi Foster have been surrounded by gospel music all their lives. As children they learned to sing and make melody to the Lord. As teenagers they developed an ear for harmony and enjoyed singing with choirs and small groups. Now they raise their family in an environment of music and ministry in their adopted hometown of Albuquerque, NM.
As a married team The Fosters have developed a duet sound that defies typical classifications. Traditional, contemporary, and southern gospel sounds combine with songs new and old to express scriptural truths with beautiful harmony and musicianship.
On their first studio album, Oh, How I Love Him!, The Fosters lay down smooth vocals alongside a top-shelf band of Nashville veterans. "We have been singing these songs for 15 years now, since we were first married," Andrew says, "and they never get old. These songs come from various sources and they are not widely known but they continue to bless people everywhere we go. We are just thrilled to share these songs with a wider audience because we believe they deserve to be heard."
Andrew and Devi were raised in preachers' homes 600 miles apart. Growing up, both experienced the birth of new churches in their respective cities. After serving with their parents and siblings as children and young adults, God brought them together in 2004. Devi sang often in her home church in Scottsdale and with her parents and siblings, the David L. Abbott Family. Andrew grew up singing with his mother and sisters as a family group. They have been widely used as worship leaders and featured soloists in mass choirs, weddings, and special events.
The Fosters are on a mission to write, discover, and re-discover gospel music that is timeless and enduring, both in lyric and melody. Their desire is to make music that glorifies God, edifies the church, and draws hungry souls closer to Jesus.