Over four months after releasing their acclaimed album Beautiful Things, Gungor took their original worship experience on tour making stops in Nashville, TN and Chambersburg, PA earlier this week.

After both standing room only performances, twitter was overwhelmed with praise from those who attended the show.

“Just had my audio-visual mind blown by Gungor! World take note…”

“I’m trying to find the right words.  Overwhelming.  Uninhibited. Worship. Musical. Visual. Excellence.  Thank you. #gungor”
Gungor was incredible! Can’t wait till worship is always like that!”

New favorite GUNGOR! Wow amazing band is an understatement”

“If you have the chance to see Gungor live…just do it. legitimately the most incredible worship experience ever!”

“Gungor’s ‘Beautiful Things’ events are wonderfully bombastic in every best sense of the word.”

So many more need to experience Gungor…people have no idea what they’re missing out on. amazing!”


The “Beautiful Things Tour comes just after Gungor finished a successful run with John Mark McMillan. The band will also embark on an additional leg of the “Beautiful Things Tour” this fall. For the most up to date tour news for Gungor, stay tuned to http://www.gungormusic.com/.

Also endorsing the band and the Beautiful Things events is GRAMMY ® winner Israel Houghton who was Michael Gungor’s co-writer on the hit “Friend of God.” To see and hear a glimpse of the Beautiful Things event from the band along with additional thoughts from Houghton, check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsu4gD5ws7k.

The band’s 2008 debut on Brash Music, Ancient Skies, garnered critical acclaim. Beautiful Things (BRASH) is the band’s sophomore release, and the third CD release for Michael Gungor.


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