Stryper will give an unplugged performance on the popular nationally syndicated TV morning show DAYTIME on Tuesday, Oct. 27 (check local listings). Vocalist/guitarist Michael Sweet and guitarist Oz Fox will perform an acoustic version of “Peace of Mind” from their new album Murder by Pride, as well as their classic hit song “Soldiers Under Command.”

DAYTIME airs daily in more than 200 markets. To find where the show airs in your area, click here. Previous celebrity guests include Tim McGraw, Oprah Winfrey, Jay Leno, Donald Trump and many more.

For more information, visit www.stryper.com and www.daytimeonline.tv.

About Stryper
Stryper’s latest album, Murder by Pride, was released in September 2009. The band is currently on a 50-city 25th Anniversary Tour of North America, which will be followed in early 2010 with an international tour.

In 1984, Stryper broke onto the scene with their debut EP Yellow and Black Attack, and have since gone on to sell 8 million albums and tour the world spreading an inspirational message through their branded sound of rock songs, heavy guitars, and pristine harmony vocals. The group’s unprecedented 1986 album To Hell with the Devil was the first Christian album to go platinum and was named one of the “100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music” by CCM Magazine. Stryper was also the first Christian band to get airplay on MTV, where they had several hit videos, including the #1 “Most Requested” videos “Free” and “Honestly.”

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