newsboys fans don’t have to wait till July 13th, the day the CD BORN AGAIN officially releases, to get the single “Born Again” for their very own. As of today, the No. 1 single is now available for download on iTunes. Click here to download the song. Even better? The single is No. 1 on the CHR charts – for the second week in a row!
And be sure to catch newsboys live in a city near you this spring and summer. Tour dates are listed below, but be sure to check out newsboys.com for the most updated schedule.

Tour dates with newsboys headlining*:
May 22 – Decatur, AL
May 30 – Del Mar, CA
June 2 – Kingston, ON
June 3 – Ottawa, ON
June 4 – Toronto, ON
June 5 – Sudbury, ON
June 12 – Charlotte, NC
June 16 – Wilmore, KY
June 19 – Stone Mountain, GA
June 25 – Gaylord, MI
July 1 – Shirleysburg, PA
July 3 – Salinas, CA
July 5 – Pleasanton, CA
July 9 – Oshkosh, WI
July 16 – Wilmar, MN
*All dates subject to change

ABOUT newsboys:
This GRAMMY®-nominated and Dove Award-winning band has achieved what few artists have in their lifetime. They have sold over 6.5 million units, garnered five Gold albums and 21 #1 hits, and are renown for their heart-pumping live shows. Last year, when longtime members Jody Davis (guitar), keyboardist Jeff Frankenstein and drummer Duncan Phillips welcomed the vocal strengths, writing talents and boundless energy of former dc Talk member Michael Tait to the band, it was clearly a good reason for newsboys to feel born again and share brand new songs with fans old and new. Born Again is newsboys’ 15th studio project.

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