It’s been a busy year for House Of Heroes with the release The End Is Not The End CD followed by two EP releases The Acoustic End and House Of Heroes Meets The Beatles as well as non-stop touring, and it’s not over as the band is looking to end the year with a bang with the release of their first holiday EP on November 10 as well they will be embarking on the biggest traveling Christmas party to date “The Family Force 5 Christmas Pageant Tour” with special guest Remedy Drive kicking off on November 28 for a 3 week trek.    House of Heroes Presents The Christmas Classics track list includes the Mariah Carey classic,  All I Want For Christmas Is You, Silent Night and O Come, O Come Emmanuel.   See the video for Silent Night here: http://www.youtube.com/houseofheroesmusic

“We had a blast making the Silent Night single last year and it was fun to go in and make a full EP of Christmas tunes. To make things even better, we’re going to be doing a Christmas tour with some of our very best friends in Family Force 5! What a great way to close out the year!” Says frontman Tim Skipper

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 on The first annual Christmas Pageant Tour with Family Force 5 and Remedy Drive

Nov. 28          Resurrection Church            Grand Rapids, MI

Nov. 29          The Chapel                            Grayslike, IL

Nov. 30          Chalfant Hall at ONU           Kankakee, IL

Dec. 3             The Gathering Place            Indianapolis, IN

Dec. 4             The Underground                Cincinnati, OH

Dec. 5             Rocketown                             Nashville, TN

Dec. 6             Hope Church                         Memphis, TN

Dec. 8             Church @Rock Creek          Little Rock, AR

Dec. 10           Bricktown Event Center      Oklahoma City, OK

Dec. 11            Celebration Church              Georgetown, TX

Dec. 12           Pasadena Convention Center Houston, TX

Dec. 13           TriPoint                                  San Antonio, TX

Dec. 15           Plaza Theater                         Orlando, FL

Dec. 16           Murray Hill Theater            Jacksonville, FL

For up-to-date information check out:
www.myspace.com/houseofheroes www.gotee.com

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