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BEC Recordings’ and two-time JUNO nominated Manafest is set to release his first live DVD/CD Manafest Live in Concert on June 7th.  This DVD/CD is just another career milestone for this artist that has sold more than 200,000 albums worldwide along with 45,000 digital singles of his hit “Avalanche” from his recent release The Chase, which is also currently No. 1 Soundscan Canada – Canadian Christian Chart.

Manafest fans can check out a preview of the DVD/CD by “Like”ing his Facebook page now.  In addition the pre-sale of the upcoming LIVE release with multiple options is available now – click here. The Manafest Live in Concert was recorded in full on the Superchick Reinvention Tour last fall. The project includes Manafest’s hit songs from his albums Glory, Citizens Activ, and the most recent and award-nominated project The Chase.

“I’m so stoked to get this LIVE project out so fans that have never seen a show before can experience it,” shares Manafest. “We bring a killer live show right into their home. All band all rock!”

This LIVE project comes at a perfect time for Manafest as his notabilty continues to rise with the radio and tour success.  The hit single, “Avalanche,” gave Manafest his highest charting single at CHR peaking at No. 4 as well as No. 10 on Rock. The recent radio single “No Plan B” produced his second Top 15 CHR hit off of this album coming in at No. 13. The third single off of The Chase will release “Every time You Run” to radio on June 10th.  Since the release of The Chase, this Canadian has traveled to the United Kingdom, Ireland, Japan, United States, and New Zealand.

Manafest Live In Concert Track listing:
1.    Avalanche
2.    4-3-2-1
3.    Top Of The World
4.    No Plan B
5.    Bounce
6.    Impossible
7.    Bring The Ruckus
8.    Fear
9.    Every time You Run
10.  Renegade
11.  Fire In The Kitchen
12.  The Chase
13.  *Full LIVE Concert DVD included
14.  *Bonus videos for Avalanche, No Plan B & Impossible

ABOUT MANAFEST: Over the past eight years, Chris Greenwood has used the moniker Manafest to organically build his fan base playing hundreds of shows on three continents.  In 2006, Manafest released Glory from which the rock anthem “Impossible,” featuring Thousand Foot Krutch’s Trevor McNevan, became a global hit.  This release dramatically increased his record sales 5x over.  In 2008, Manafest followed up with Citizens Activ, which catapulted success garnering multiple TV placements and his overall presence in the US and internationally. In 2010, Manafest released his most critically acclaimed project, The Chase.

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