Christian music’s rising rock act, Remedy Drive, is preparing for the world premiere of their latest music video, “Rescue.” Ransom.TV, an online ministry of Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), will be debuting the video on May 11th with TVU launching the video as an exclusive on May 14th, before going live with all outlets on May 18th.

The music video, produced by the Charlotte, North Carolina-based BGEA, features footage shot in downtown Nashville before the recent flood left the historic area devastated.  Ransom.TV’s mission is to address some of life’s toughest questions with compelling content including videos, articles, testimonials and devotions on relevant topics to the millennial generation. Ransom TV updates can also be found on Facebook (www.facebook.com/WeAreRansom), Twitter (http://twitter.com/WeAreRansom) and YouTube (www.youtube.com/user/RansomTeeVee).

“If you’ve seen Remedy Drive live, you can’t help but be struck by the band’s energy and passion,” said Kevin Adamson, producer for Ransom.tv. “Those are two components we really tried to capture in the video for ‘Rescue.’ The song is a perfect fit for Ransom.tv because of its rich lyrics and its creative approach to sharing the band’s faith.”

For more information about Remedy Drive and a complete list of tour dates, visit http://www.remedydrive.com or http://www.wordlabelgroup.com

About Word Entertainment

A leader in the music industry for 59 years, Word Entertainment, a Warner/Curb company, is a unique, comprehensive entertainment company comprised of multi-faceted artist service departments including brand management, A&R, music publishing, merchandising, direct to fan, and booking. Word Entertainment represents some of the top names and brands in music and is home to Word Distribution, Word Print, The Breen Agency, Word Music Publishing and Word Label Group’s Word Records, Fervent Records, and Myrrh Records

About BGEA

The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), which is celebrating 60 years of ministry in 2010, proclaims the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ throughout the world by every effective means available. From its headquarters in Charlotte, N.C., the BGEA directs a wide range of domestic and international ministries, including: large-scale festivals led by evangelists Franklin Graham and Will Graham; Dare to Be a Daniel, a youth evangelism training project; My Hope World Evangelism Through Television; the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team of crisis-trained chaplains; and many others through print, television, telephone, radio and the Internet. For more information, please visit www.billygraham.org. Get BGEA news updates on Twitter @ Twitter.com/BGEAMediaPR.

About TVU

TVU Music Television is a nationwide, 24/7 music video television network distributed through DISH Network, on cable, Sky Angel IPTV, and on-line at tvulive.com.  The network’s programming targets a student-age audience with music and programming that promote positive lifestyle messages. TVU Music Television is operated by Spirit Communications, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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