Centricity Music’s powerhouse band, Me In Motion, has already generated a strong presence in the Christian music industry since its debut with high-profile tours and major CD reviews.

The self-titled project from Me In Motion released March 26, 2010 and immediately garnered the attention of key Christian media outlets.  Press coverage included features with All Access, BBC Radio, HearitFirst.com, Christian Manifesto, On Course, CCM, Rawkzilla.com and the CD reviews have been glowing.

JesusFreakHideout.com – Me In Motion is certainly a band to watch in the near future and one of the better new artists around today.

ChristianMusicToday.com ….the relentless road warriors have duly converted their high intensity live performance into a potent project.

CBN.com Formed in mid-2006, with a record deal by 2008, the band is well on its way to success in the Christian music world.

NewReleaseTuesday.com This trio turns out Brit-inspired alterna-pop-rock that is memorably original, exceedingly catchy and lyrically sharp. Each song on the album has hit-potential.

Besides wowing the critics with their incredible talent, Me In Motion also garnered a personal connection with their fans across the country.  The band’s ministry is always to remain available and accessible to their legions of teen and young adult followers.  The band members are at their merchandise table before and after each show so they can connect with the kids who come to see them, did an exclusive online broadcast for fans who bought the new CD and played some of the new songs acoustically and did a special promotion with JesusFreakHideout.com that included a personal phone call from the band in the grand prize package.

Known for their high-energy, crowd-pleasing performances, Me In Motion has been in high demand on the touring circuit with such acts as Sanctus Real, RED/Pillar and Newsboys.  Me In Motion will be hitting the festivals and church camps this summer while another major tour announcement will be forthcoming for this fall.

Me In Motion recently released their second single, “The God I Know,” which is currently going for adds at CHR radio.  Their previous single, “Losers,” reached the Top Twenty on the Christian CHR chart, while the video for the single was featured in Journey retail outlets.

For more information on Me In Motion please visit their website, www.meinmotion.com.

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, Daniel Kirkley, Lanae’ Hale, Andrew Peterson, High Valley, Matt Papa, Sixteen Cities and Me In Motion.

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