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There’s still time to register to win an Ibanez RG-7321 seven string electric guitar signed by Head. Sign up for Head’s email list at  www.briandheadwelch.net to be entered.  Have friends who haven’t signed up? Send them to the website to register. The winner will be picked on Friday, February 4.



March 16 – April 23, Head will be touring exclusively on the Over My Head Tour. The Over My Head nationwide tour will include co-headliners Decyfer Down and supporting acts The Letter Black and The Wedding. If you or someone you know would be interested in booking a date of the tour contact William Morris Entertainment. Be sure to check Head’s website for tour dates in you area. Over My Head dates will be posted next week. Check your inbox in the next few weeks for another e-mail with more information about the tour!
Released on November 30, Head’s new book, Stronger, is one part journal chronicling Head’s evolving relationship with God and one part spiritual testament to the undeniable strength of the Bible. Stronger is a devotional unlike any other. Head returns with a raw and unforgettable journey through his life with Christ and the scripture that has helped lead him into deeper intimacy with God. Buy your copy today at  Amazon.com.
Also available is Head’s personal journey,  Save Me From Myself.

Recently, Head traveled to New Zealand for Parachute 2011. One of the largest music festivals in the Southern hemisphere, Parachute wows 25,000 attendees each year with a host of national and international artists spread over six stages and four days. While there, Head met with an amazing fan thanks to the Make A Wish Foundation. Read more about his meeting  here.

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