The brand new album NEED YOU NOW is out and we’re thrilled to announce the first batch of concert appearances for the NEED YOU NOW Tour 2013 (many more dates to come):

March 8th – Los Angeles, CA @ Star 95.9’s Women’s Night Out

May 26th – Bells, TX @ LIFELIGHT (Texas)

June 22nd – Bethany, MO @ LIFELIGHT (Missouri)

June 29 – Mt Union, PA @ CREATION (Northeast)

July 19th – Rapid City, SD @ HILLS ALIVE

August 1st – Guilford, NH @ SOULFEST

August 7th – Enumclaw, WA @ CREATION (Northwest)

August 9th – Muskegon, MI @ UNITY Festival

August 30th – Worthing, SD @ LIFELIGHT (South Dakota)

Sept 7th – Orlando, FL @ NIGHT OF JOY (Disney)

Nov 9th – River Ranch, FL @ FAITH ON FIRE

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