ROCKERS NUMBER ONE GUN REUNITE TO MAKE NEW ALBUM
KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN TO FUND NEW ALBUM AND DVD
NEW SONG “DISAPPEAR” FEATURING STEPHEN CHRISTIAN FROM ANBERLIN

Fan favorite rockers Number One Gun have reunited to create a new full-length studio album. To help fund the album, the band has started a Kickstarter campaign.  Fans can donate to this project and help them reach their goal by clicking here.

In addition to raising money for their album, they will also be making a DVD of behind the scenes of the making of the project.  Number One Gun will also be hitting the road after they complete the new album.
Number One Gun has already written and recorded a new song, “Disappear,” to give their fans a taste of the new music.  This new song features Stephen Christian from Anberlin.  You can listen to the new song here.
About Number One Gun:
The members of the rock band hail from Chico, California. Beginning in 2002 with their self-released EP, they continued on through 2006 recording three full-length albums before the original members went their separate ways.  In 2007, Jeff Schneeweis continued solo under the band’s moniker to release two additional projects. The new project will feature the original Number One Gun’s lineup.

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