THE BEAUTIFUL REFRAIN – REDEMPTION:DAYLIGHT
Available Tomorrow, March 17, 2012
Mosaic Artistry Group is proud to announce the release of THE BEAUTIFUL REFRAIN’s debut EP, Redemption:Daylight, tomorrow, March 17, 2012.  The band will be celebrating the release with a hometown album release show Sunday, March 18 at the Blue Nile in Harrisonburg, VA.

THE BEAUTIFUL REFRAIN got their start at Aletheia Church, while the band was attending James Madison University.  Although they started writing songs to be performed at Aletheia, their music has proved to resonate with a much larger audience, and has struck a chord with both listeners and worship leaders across the nation.
Their debut single “Page One” is on the verge of a debut on the Christian rock charts, and the band is finding fans with radio networks across the country.
“After the first three lines of this song I was hooked,” explains Kenny Fowler from WBHY, Mobile, AL. “Great lyrics & it brings some spiritual meat to our rock playlist.”

Chris Goodwin from KRVK in Dallas/FT. Worth continues, “We literally crave songs that sound this good with lyrics like ‘Page One’.”

The Redemption:Daylight album release show will take place March 18, 2012 at the Blue Nile, 181 N Main Street in Harrisonburg, VA.  Show starts at 9pm and tickets are $5.  Also performing are Bradley Hathaway and The Will to Survive.  Ticket information available at www.bluenileva.com

Redemption:Daylight by THE BEAUTIFUL REFRAIN.  Available online and at live events March 17, 2012 though Mosaic Artistry Group.
About MOSAIC ARTISTRY GROUP

Mosaic Artistry Group LLC is a network of artists that write, perform and distribute music with a positive message worldwide.  Founded in 2011, Mosaic Artistry Group is dedicated to producing the highest quality music and building a network that meets the individual needs of the artists. With the team’s extensive knowledge in all areas of the industry, artists get the advantages of a label, marketing team, publishing company, management and artist development all under one roof.  For more information about Mosaic Artistry Group or their artists, visit http://www.mosaicartistrygroup.com

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