The Choir – Burning Like The Midnight Sun The Choir Pre-order
The Choir’s Burning Like The Midnight Sun Pre-Order Is Open!

Short and sweet…  Please visit The Choir’s store to learn about our four pre-order offers.  We need your support.  Time and supply is limited.  We are grateful for your encouragement and thank you for listening.

Burning Like The Midnight Sun – Release Date June 29th, 2010

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Burning CD cover By pre-ordering now, you can get an instant download of the first song on the new record, “Midnight Sun”.  Other offers include an autographed CD, T-Shirt, Interview Disc, Stems disc and a VIP private gathering and acoustic show in Nashville.  Visit The Choir’s site for all the details.
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