Steve Taylor Presents


Blue Like Jazz releases their official trailer. Head over to to see it!


Head over to to see the new look.


Before Blue Like Jazz hits theaters on April 13, Donald Miller and director Steve Taylor will be touring the country in a bus to promote the film, and they want to see you! This is an opportunity to come support the film, and potentially see a special preview of Blue Like Jazz and interact with Donald and Steve after the show! View the list below to see if The Blue Like Jazz Movie Tour is coming to your city! For more information, be sure to visit Relevant Magazine and Blue Like Jazz

02/29/2012  –  Franklin, TN
03/01/2012  –  Louisville, KY
03/01/2012  –  Atlanta, GA
03/03/2012  –  Orlando, FL
03/04/2012  –  Greenville, SC
03/05/2012  –  Raleigh, NC
03/06/2012  –  Charlotte, NC
03/07/2012  –  Washington, DC
03/07/2012  –  Baltimore, MD
03/08/2012  –  New York, NY
03/09/2012  –  Philadelphia, PA
03/12/2012  –  Boston, MA
03/14/2012  –  Grand Rapids, MI
03/15/2012  –  Chicago (West), IL
03/15/2012  –  Chicago (North), IL
03/16/2012  –  St. Paul, MN
03/16/2012  –  Minneapolis, MN
03/17/2012  –  St Louis, MO
03/19/2012  –  Colorado Springs, CO
03/19/2012  –  Denver, CO
03/20/2012  –  Oklahoma City, OK
03/21/2012  –  Fort Worth, TX
03/21/2012  –  Dallas, TX
03/22/2012  –  Austin, TX
03/22/2012  –  Houston, TX
03/23/2012  –  Memphis, TN
03/24/2012  –  Birmingham, AL
03/28/2012  –  Los Angeles (Orange County), CA
03/28/2012  –  Los Angeles (Pasadena), CA
03/29/2012  –  Seattle, WA
03/30/2012  –  Portland, OR


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