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Jars of Clay (L-R): Dan Haseltine, Charlie Lowell, Stephen Mason and Matt Odmark
Photo By: Kharen Hill
JARS OF CLAY HEADS OUT ON FALL LEG OF
“THE ROCK & WORSHIP ROADSHOW”
Band Hosts Pre-Show “Sing & Tell” VIP Event For Fans
GRAMMY Award-winning, Multi-Platinum-selling band Jars of Clay re-joins MercyMe, Matt Maher, Disciple, Group 1 Crew and others on the fall leg of “The Rock & Worship Roadshow” this month.  In keeping with tour tradition, Jars of Clay is offering fans an exclusive “Sing & Tell” VIP event prior to each show.
Kicking off last Thursday, Nov. 3, in Saginaw, Mich., the tour reconvenes after a successful initial run last spring.  This month it will visit 12 additional markets, including major cities Cleveland, Atlanta and Oklahoma City before wrapping Nov. 20 in Memphis, Tenn.  Admission prices will be $10 at-the-door, making it an affordable event for the whole family.  Compassion International, a Christian child advocacy ministry that releases children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty, will once again serve as a tour sponsor.
Jars of Clay will reprise its “Sing & Tell” pre-show gathering, a time for fans to interact face-to-face with the band.  Those who purchase VIP tickets will have access to a private meet and greet, which includes an acoustic set and a Question & Answers session with the group.  Participants are invited to request songs ahead of time when they purchase VIP tickets.  This special offer additionally includes admission to the Roadshow as well as a VIP laminate and signed copy of Jars of Clay’s new acoustic EP, Reinvent, Remember, Replay, only available on the tour.
VIP tickets are limited.  To reserve your ticket, visit www.JarsofClay.com/tour.  For additional information on the “Rock & Worship Roadshow” tour and a current list of tour dates, visit: www.rockandworshiproadshow.com.
About Jars of Clay

Jars of Clay, made up of members Dan Haseltine (vocals), Charlie Lowell (keyboards), Steve Mason (guitars), and Matt Odmark (guitars), launched its career with the multi-format hit “Flood” in 1995.  Since then, it has amassed more than six million in career sales (five Gold, two Platinum and one Multi-Platinum certification), three GRAMMY Awards (from eight nominations), an American Music Award nod, three GMA Dove Awards (12 GMA Dove Award
Nominations), and BMI honors for songwriting as well as performing.  The group also claims 17 No. 1 radio hits, numerous film credits, and has headlined thousands of sold-out shows and
festivals.  The band’s GRAMMY-nominated tenth album, The Long Fall Back to Earth, was recently followed by its compelling, community-minded project, Jars of Clay Presents

The Shelter.
While celebrated for its music and writing, Jars of Clay is most concerned with the needs in Africa.  Compelled to make a difference, the group successfully launched the Blood: Water
Mission, a non-profit organization promoting clean blood and water in Africa.  Since the band’s debut, Jars of Clay has built an extraordinary career based on the uncompromising integrity of its music, worldview and humanitarianism.
For more information on Jars of Clay and The Shelter, please visit: www.jarsofclay.com, www.facebook.com/jarsofclay or www.providentpress.com.

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