Multiple GRAMMY ® Nominee Gungor To Headline Spring
“Ghosts Upon the Earth Tour” Sponsored by Relevant Magazine
iTunes ® and Relevant Among Critics Celebrating Ghosts Upon the Earth
As One of the Year’s Finest Releases

Just days after scoring their third GRAMMY ® nomination, Gungor is announcing a headlining tour sponsored by long time supporters Relevant Magazine. With stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and more, the “Ghosts Upon the Earth Tour” will launch March 1 in Austin, TX and feature special guest The Brilliance. To purchase tickets or to check out the latest information on each of the tour stops, click here.
Amidst the tour announcement, iTunes ® heralded Gungor as the iTunes ® Rewind 2011 pick for “Christian & Gospel Breakout Artist of the Year.” Relevant Magazine also backed the band’s latest Ghosts Upon the Earth naming it “The Best Musical Surprise of 2011.”
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About Gungor:
Three-time GRAMMY ® nominee Gungor earned critical acclaim with their first record Beautiful Things (Brash) upon its release in February 2010. Worship Leader magazine named Beautiful Things their top CD release of 2010 while both Relevant Magazine and CCM gave the record honorable mentions in their celebrated year end lists. Amidst appearing at well known Passion and Catalyst conferences and headlining the unique “Beautiful Things” and “Ghosts Upon the Earth” events, this musical collective hailing from Colorado has earned GRAMMY ® nominations as well as a GMA Dove Award nominations. Gungor released their latest GRAMMY ® nominated Ghosts Upon the Earth (Brash) in September to “best of the year” support from critics such as iTunes ® and Relevant Magazine.

“Ghosts Upon the Earth Tour” Dates
*All dates subject to change, please stay tuned to www.gungormusic.com for the most updated information.
3/1/2012 Grace Covenant Church Austin, Texas
3/4/2012 Cain’s Ballroom Tulsa, Oklahoma
3/6/2012 Copper Pointe Church Albuquerque, New Mexico
3/8/2012 Mission Community Church Gilbert, Arizona
3/9/2012 The Observatory Santa Ana, California
3/10/2012 House of Blues- San Diego San Diego, California
3/11/2012 Bridgeway Christian Church Rocklin, California
3/13/2012 LifePoint Church-Vancouver Vancouver, Washington
3/15/2012 Christian Faith Center-Federal Way Federal Way, Washington
3/18/2012 Gothic Theatre Englewood, Colorado
3/21/2012 The Orpheum Theater Wichita, Kansas
3/22/2012 James River Assembly Ozark, Missouri
3/23/2012 Hoyt Sherman Place Des Moines, Iowa
3/24/2012 Northwestern College Maranatha Hall Saint Paul, Minnesota
3/25/2012 Kingsway Christian Avon, Indiana
3/27/2012 Merillat Centre for the Arts Huntington, Indiana
3/28/2012 First Church of Christ Burlington, Kentucky
3/30/2012 Edman Chapel at Wheaton College Wheaton, Illinois
3/31/2012 Calvin College- Covenant Fine Arts Center Grand Rapids, Michigan
4/14/2012 Gramercy Theatre New York, New York
4/22/2012 Lee University Cleveland, Tennessee

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