New York indie rockers Abel will be touring the East Coast this month alongside Come&Live! label-mates Ascend The Hill.  Abel will hit the road beginning November 12th and join up with Ascend The Hill for a run from Florida to Pennsylvania.  The band will be playing music off their recently released full-length album, Lesser Men.

Both Abel and Ascend The Hill’s new records can be downloaded for free right now at www.comeandlive.com

Tour Dates:
Nov 12 – Lynchburg, VA @ Crosspoint Venue
Nov 13 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre
* Nov 14 – Tampa, FL @ The Crossing Church
* Nov 15 – Douglasville, GA @ ATL Revival Center
* Nov 16 – Burlington, NC @ ICC
* Nov 17 – Baltimore, MD @ The MACC
* Nov 18 – Harrisburg, PA @ Hold Fast Ministries
Nov 19 – Vestal, NY @ Binghamton University
Nov 20 – Dunellen, NJ @ The Cellar

* w/ Ascend The Hill

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