(NASHVILLE, Tennessee) — Christian music mega-site NewReleaseTuesday.com has announced the launch of Monday Night Chats – a live weekly online chat event that will allow fans the opportunity to interact with their favorite artists.

A different artist will be featured each Monday night, starting at 8:00pm EST and running for 30 minutes. The live chats will take place at www.NewReleaseTuesday.com/chat and the full sessions will also be archived on the site after each event.

The initial line-up has been announced:
Monday, September 12 – SHONLOCK
Monday, September 19 – V.ROSE
Monday, September 26 – BLESSID UNION OF SOULS frontman Eliot Sloan
Monday, October 3 – MANIC DRIVE
Monday, October 10 – STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet
Monday, October 17 – RACHAEL LAMPA

“NRT is continuously looking for ways to engage Christian music fans and give them greater access to artists,” says NewReleaseTuesday.com Founder, Kevin McNeese. “I’m excited about the launch of our weekly Monday Night Chats which will give Christian music fans an opportunity to ask questions and interact with a new Christian artist every week, at the same time. And our initial line-up of artists is just fantastic. We’re looking forward to helping fans and artists continue to connect in the weeks and months ahead.”

About NewReleaseTuesday.com
NewReleaseTuesday.com was launched in August of 2002 and has quickly become the largest Christian music site online. The site offers the most complete and up-to-date listing of upcoming releases, exclusive artist interviews, commentary from a variety of columnists, New Christian Music PodCasts and the latest in Christian music news. It is also the home to the NRTeam, an online music community that maintains the largest online databases of Christian artist profiles, album reviews and song lyrics. NewReleaseTuesday.com is part of the FrontGate Media Group.

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