CD Release Party March 23

You are invited to join us
at The Foundry

1419 Clinton Street

Nashville, TN 37203

Friday evening, March 23, 2011

7:00 pm

For the release of our new albums

Songs of Thunder: Stay

& Foundry Live: Flow

Café will be open for the purchase of refreshments

Pre-release prices will be available through this night

Friday Night Fire

will commence following the release party

join us for a powerful time of worship

Looking forward to seeing you there!

If you have any questions, feel free to call: 615-327-1200

or e-mail info@harvestsound.com

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CD Pre-release Prices Now Available
Be among the first to own these incredible albums! 

Pre-release price: $12 each, or $20 for both
After March 23: $15 each, or $25 for both
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