SOSAVEME ANNOUNCES JANUARY TOUR WITH SONS, FREE TICKETS

sosaveme just announced its Winter 2012 tour with SONS. The two indie rock acts are partnering for a month long run in the Mid to South West states. Says vocalist Nicholas Pidek, “We are excited to start off the year of 2012 with touring and we are honored to be sharing the road with the band SONS. The initial response from our CD release tour of The Garden in Oct/Nov of this year has only fueled our passion to really stretch this new album’s preverbal legs.” For more info and tour dates visit http://sosaveme.com and http://facebook.com/sosaveme. You can also follow the tour and all it’s crazy happenings on sosaveme’s tour blog (http://sosaveme.com/blog)

In addition, the tour package is hosting a contest via social media, that will last for the duration of the scheduled dates. To qualify, fans must tag both @sosaveme and @sonsofficial in a Twitter or Facebook post, along with information for the show they plan to attend. (“I’m seeing @sosaveme & sonsofficial in Fort Wayne, IN on 1/7/12″). There is no limit to the number of entries. Five winners will each be given a pair of tickets. Winners will be announced January 6th.

Tour dates are as follows:
January 7 – Fort Wayne, IN  @ Hebrews

January 8 – Sidney, OH @ TBA
January 9 – Columbus, OH @ TBA
January 10 – St. Albans, WV @ TBA
January 11 – Pittsboro, NC @TBA
January 12 – Cary, NC @ Colonial Baptist Church
January 13 – Greenville, SC @ The Channel
January 14 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theater
January 15 – Columbus, GA @ Collision Church
January 16 – Atlanta, GA @ TBA
January 17 – Chattanooga, TN @ The Warehouse
January 19 – Nashville, TN @TBA
January 20 – Evansville, IN @ The Hatch
January 21 – St. Louis, MO @ Melvin Theater


ABOUT SOSAVEME:
sosaveme is Nicholas Pidek (vocals/guitar), Justin Ozanich (guitar/aux perc), Austin Germain (bass) and Jon Moore (drums). Based in Owosso, Michigan, the four-piece formed in 2006 during high to create inspiring, convicting and passionate music to share with listeners. They’ve performed at high profile events including Big Ticket Festival, Ichthus Festival and Cornerstone. Their 5th release, The Garden, dropped on October 4th, 2011. Logon to www.sosaveme.com for continual updates.

ABOUT SONS:
Playing with a poetic message and delivering it with power, SONS creates masterful sounds filled with highs and lows – polarizing swings that mirror the beauty of life’s struggle and redemption. Their explosive The Genesis Prologue EP surpassed 10,000 downloads, and their debut album, due out later this year, was funded completely by pre-orders. Over 7,000 dollars raised purely on anticipation. For more information and to stay updated on the new record, log on to facebook.com/wearesonsofgod and twitter.com/sonsofficial.

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