(NASHVILLE, Tennessee) — Blessid Union of Souls will appear on the nationally syndicated television talk show DAYTIME on Monday, April 18, 2011 (check local listings). The chart-topping pop/rock band is expected to perform their new hit single, ”The Only Song,” as well as one of the band’s early hits.

The band is out promoting their new album, The Mission Field, with radio and TV stops throughout the country and a hit music video airing on networks like GMC and JCTV, while streaming on popular sites including AOL, MSN and NewReleaseTuesday.com.

Salvation Road Records released The Mission Field on March 1st, with distribution through SONY and Provident-Integrity Distribution. The band signed with booking giant William Morris Endeavor in March, with plans to tour throughout North America later this year.

ABOUT BLESSID UNION OF SOULS
Blessid Union of Souls exploded onto the music scene in 1995 with the smash hit “I Believe,” which hit #1 in the UK, Asia and the USA, where it became the 4th most played song of the year. The band’s hits play like a soundtrack of the last two decades, thanks to numerous hit singles including “Hey Leonardo (She Likes Me for Me),” “Let Me Be the One” and “Oh Virginia.” With gold and platinum records and chart topping singles, the band has toured the world sharing stages and busses with the likes of Goo Goo Dolls, Bon Jovi, Third Eye Blind, Sister Hazel, Vertical Horizon, Edwin McCain and more, while making appearances on such top-rated television programs as Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Live with Regis & Kelly, Good Morning America, Top of the Pops and VH1 to name a few. For more information, visit http://www.blessidunionofsouls.net.

ABOUT DAYTIME
DAYTIME, which airs daily in more than 110 markets, is geared towards daily lifestyles and entertainment content. Now in it’s 10th season, and partnered with Southern Living Magazine, DAYTIME’s celebrity guests have included Oprah, Tim McGraw, Jay Leno, Donald Trump, Dolly Parton, Dennis Quaid, Montel Williams and many more. For more information, visit http://www.daytimeonline.tv.

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