With the continuous momentum of Newsboys’ current CD release Born Again, a No. 1 radio hit and an extensive touring schedule, they continue their whirlwind year with the announcement of their first-ever Christmas project. Christmas! A Newsboys Holiday will release October 12th, courtesy of Inpop Records.

The new CD was produced by Dustin Burnett, Michael Tait, and Juan Otero of The Write Bros, half of the production team of Born Again. Comprised of six holiday classics, Christmas! A Newsboys Holiday includes “Winter Wonderland,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “All I Want for Christmas is You,” “O Holy Night,” “The Christmas Song,” and “Mary Did You Know.”

To help promote Christmas! A Newsboys Holiday, Newsboys will join Newsong the weekend after Thanksgiving to kick off the “Very Merry Christmas Tour 2010.” This 20+city nationwide tour kicks off in North Carolina and will finish up in Georgia on December 20th. Check out the tour dates listed below to see if can help ring in the Christmas season with Newsboys at a city near you.

There is no question the momentum keeps continuing to escalate for Newsboys and their July 13th release of Born Again. The current single and No. 1 hit “Born Again” continues to stay high up on the charts, having a total of 7.1 million impressions to date. Following the largest street week of their careers by selling an astounding 45,311 units and hitting #4 on Billboard’s overall chart, Born Again continues to keep its place on the Billboard Top 200 chart and is No. 3 on the Christian Soundscan chart, scanning more than 72,000 units in the first month of release.

Newsong’s Very Merry Christmas Tour 2010*:

11/27 Whiteville, NC

11/28 Charleston, NC

11/30 High Point, NC

12/2 Norfolk, VA

12/3 Schofield, WI

12/4 St. Cloud, MN

12/5 Brookings, SD

12/7 Portage, MI

12/8 Valparaiso, IN

12/9 Marion, IL

12/10 Marion, IL

12/11 Franklin, NC

12/12 Destin, FL

12/15 Saint Peters, MO

12/16 Athens, AL

12/17 Pascagoula, MS

12/18 Albany, GA

*Dates subject to change

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