PIONEER EMBARKS ON THE LONG WAY HOME TOUR
Slospeak Records’ pop/rock act Pioneer is hitting the road. The “Long Way Home” tour kicks off this Wednesday in Nashville, TN and ends on September 16th in Scottsburg, IN. Tour poster is below. Dates and venue info are also listed HERE on their Web site.
ABOUT PIONEER:
Pioneer is the story of five Midwest boys who love music. What they thought would only be a summer musical fling developed into tours during spring and winter breaks. Three years later and Pioneer (formerly known as News from Verona) touts national tours with bands like The Wedding, Wavorly and Manic Drive and festivals including Ichthus, Cornerstone and Spirit West coast. Their latest record dropped January 24, 2012, which boasts two #1 singles. Pioneer is: Josh Randolph (vocals, keys), Chad Shirrell (guitar,vocals), Dalton Meyers (guitar), Daniel Voris (drums) and Nick Berry (bass). For continual updates, logon to FacebookTwitter and their Web site.

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