Centricity Music’s breakout band, Me In Motion, is scheduled to embark on their fourth major tour over the last twelve months.   The band will join Superchick’s 2010 Reinvention Tour launching September 22nd in Hobbs, New Mexico.  The tour, which also features Manafest and Bread Of Stone, will visit 20+ cities through early November.   For more information about the tour please visit, www.superchickonline.com.

 “I’m super-pumped for the opportunity to hit the road this fall with such a great artist line-up,” says Me In Motion’s frontman, Seth Mosley.  “It’s an extra special thrill to share the stage with Superchick, as I’ve been attending their shows since I was in youth group.  Their light-hearted ministry and effective message to teens shares a kindred heart with the message of Me in Motion.  I have no doubts that this could be the most fun tour Me In Motion has done yet.  Fans can expect high-energy performances from beginning to end. The 2010 Reinvention Tour in one word….Super! ”

 Since its debut on the Christian music scene late last year, Me In Motion has maintained a heavy touring schedule and performed with some of the biggest names in the industry; newsboys, Sanctus Real, Red/Pillar.  Me In Motion immediately started developing a strong fanbase with their high-energy performances and heartfelt lyrics. The group’s debut self-titled project released in March of this year and the first single, “Losers,” peaked in the Top Twenty on the Christian CHR chart and their second single, “The God I Know,” is positioned at #17 on the CHR chart.

 Me In Motion recently was in the studio to record The Lifted Hands EP, a three-song worship collection that they are selling at concert dates only and will be available on the Superchick tour.  The EP is also available for purchase online through all music digital outlets.

 Besides being the frontman for Me In Motion, Seth Mosley continues his songwriting and producing sessions with other artists in the Christian music industry.  Mosley co-wrote and co-produced the newboys recent mega hit, “Born Again,” that topped the CHR charts for nine weeks.  He’s also been writing with Britt Nicole, Aaron Shust and Newsong and producing and co-writing four songs for Provident Music’s new band, Anthem Lights. And if that isn’t enough to keep Mosley busy, he married his Swedish bride, Celi, on July 21st, who he met last year while touring Sweden.  The happy couple are residing in the Nashville area. 

 About Me In Motion

Me In Motion, which is comprised of Mosley (lead vocals/guitar), Tim Wilson (bass/background vocals) and Brian Dexter (drums/background vocals), was formed by Mosley in 2006 after working two years in a recording studio following high school graduation.  After realizing he didn’t want to “sit in one place all the time,” was when he brought Wilson and Dexter on board to begin the musical journey as Me In Motion.  In the short span of three years, Me In Motion signed with Centricity Music and released their debut self-titled CD a few months later in 2010.  During this time, the band has toured almost non-stop across the country and internationally, which is winning over hundreds of audiences with their no-holds-barred rock n’ roll stage show. Me In Motion is also known for their genuine interaction with fans on and off the stage, with affirming and motivating lyrics and ministering to fans after each concert.

 About Centricity Music

Centricity Music is an independent recording and publishing company based in Bellevue, Washington and Nashville, Tennessee.  The company’s mission is to enable our artists to create life-changing experiences for the world. Centricity Music’s artist roster includes Jaime Jamgochian, Downhere, Jason Gray, Lanae’ Hale, Andrew Peterson, High Valley, Matt Papa, Sixteen Cities and Me In Motion. For more information about Centricity Music visit online at  www.centricitymusic.com .

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