Led by singer Robert Chestnut, as BAD as it seems, as UGLY as it can get his quartet group still does plenty of GOOD. Giving hope to the homeless, the needy, the spiritually hungry, follow The Faithful Tones on their journey of redemption.
Robert Chestnut, the lead singer of a quartet gospel group, must get his group signed to a major record label while navigating setbacks, flaws in his and key members' characters as well as their personal lives ... and deal with a personal tragedy. Robert possesses a tremendous capacity for finding ways to help others. Attempting to repair a faltering marriage with his estranged wife, while overcoming his weakness for advances by other women, he helps other group members navigate trials in their own lives. The guitar player struggles with a drug problem and an abusive relationship with baby-momma. His younger brother is unsavory and underhanded. To make matters worse, the co-founder/manager of the group leaves during critical record label negotiations to explore the world of R&B music. The group does many positive things besides inspiring others with song. They feed the hungry, take on just causes that improve society, teach kids to gain an education and set goals for their lives. Yet,... Written by
Michael L. Buie