Evocative Track “Home” Featured In Tonight’s Episode of NBC’s The Biggest Loser; Successful Single “Dancing Shoes” Added to CMT Pure
Green River Ordinance has confirmed an extensive national tour in support of their riveting new album, ‘Under Fire,’ which comes out today. The quintet will kick off the tour in Houston, TX on March 29 and make their way through NYC, Nashville, Boston, Chicago and more.

Adding to the excitement surrounding the album, GRO’s emotionally evocative track “Home” will be featured in tonight’s episode of NBC’s The Biggest Loser (8 pm ET/PT). Daryl Berg, Executive Director, Music, Reveille, explains that the production company for the hit series chose the track because, “It includes an organic, emotional build that captured the emotion as it played out on the screen.”

Additionally, GRO’s heavy-hitting, crowd favorite single “Dancing Shoes” has been added to CMT’s Pure channel. The video, which has over 350,000 YouTube views, made its debut last week.  Check it out by clicking  here.

3/29 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues – Bronze Peacock
3/30 – Dallas, TX @ House of Blues Main Room
3/31 – Waco, TX @ Common Grounds
4/1 – Austin, TX @ Stubbs Jr
4/4 – Norman, OK @ Meacham Auditorium at University of Oklahoma
4/6 – St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock House
4/7 – Little Rock, AR @ Rev Room
4/11 – Birmingham, AL @ Workplay
4/12 – Knoxville, TN @ Relix Variety Theater
4/13 – Nashville, TN @ 12th & Porter
4/16 – Charlotte, NC @ Chop Shop Noda
4/17 – Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506
4/19 – Washington D.C. @ Jammin Java
4/20 – New York, NY @ Webster Studio
4/21 – Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
4/22 – Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Life
4/24 – Akron, OH @ Musica
4/25 – Columbus, OH @ Basement
4/26 – Milwaukee, WI @ Shank Hall
4/27 – Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
4/28 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry – First Ave
4/30 – Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s
5/1 – Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room
5/3 – Indianapolis, IN @ Earth House

GRO first gained popularity with their major label debut “Out of Our Hands” on Virgin Records in 2009. The album skyrocketed to No.10 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart. From there, the sought-after band had two Top 40 radio singles (“Come On” and “On Your Own”) and saw their infectious pop rock songs spinning on more than 20 TV shows, with their music videos hitting MTV and VH1.

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