After a year of nonstop action in 2009 with the full CD retail release of The End Is Not The End and three EP release’s The Acoustic End, House Of Heroes Meets The Beatles and House Of Heroes Present The Christmas Classics as well as non-stop touring House Of Heroes has been spending most of 2010 in the studio with producer Mark Lee Townsend (Deas Vail, Relient K) working on their next release due out this summer.

Check out the media site for in-studio photos (photo credit: Ethan Luck): http://media.gotee.com/index.php?dir=HouseofHeroes/images/studio/ Look for the band to take a break from the studio in March for a spring trek deemed The Awake Tonight Tour with TobyMac and Skillet.   Tour kicks off on March 4 in Aurora, IL, full list of dates below.

Check out the band’s video blog here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QQzn3L9ies

House Of Heroes is – Tim Skipper –lead vocals, guitar Colin Rigsby – drums, backing vocals AJ Babcock – bass guitar, backing vocals Jared Rigsby- guitar, backing vocals

See them live: March 4            ACS Gymnasium                       Aurora, IL

March 5            Elliot Hall of Music                    W. Lafayette, IN

March 6            Valparaiso U                             Valparaiso, IN

March 7            Murray State                             Murray, KY

March 11          Assembly Hall                           Champaign, IL

March 12          Roberts Stadium                        Evansville, IN

March 13          Viking Hall                                Bristol, TN

March 18          Giant Center                             Lancaster, PA

March 19          1st Mariner Arena                     Baltimore, MD

March 20          War Memorial Arena                Johnstown, PA

March 21          Lucas County Arena                 Toledo, OH

March 25          Tallahassee Civic Center           Tallahassee, FL

March 26          Germain Arena                         Ft Myers, FL

March 27          Cruzan Amphitheater                 W. Palm Beach, FL

March 28          Beard-Evans Memorial Col        Auburn, AL

April 1              UNO Lakefront                        New Orleans, LA

April 2              Oil Palace                                 Tyler, TX

April 3              Mississippi Coliseum                  Jackson, MS

April 9              Big Sandy Arena                       Huntington, WV

April 10                        Liberty University                      Lynchburg, VA

April 11                        Civic Center                              Asheville, NC

For up-to-date information check out:   www.thehouseofheroes.com www.gotee.com

Follow them at twitter.com/HouseOfHeroes

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