The Choir “messes with Texas”
It’s true.  Derri Daugherty and Steve Hindalong of The Choir will be making rare live appearances in the great state of Texas February 2011. We hope you won’t miss this unique opportunity to experience the innovative sounds and stirring lyrics of The Choir in these personal and intimate settings. View and click on the dates below for details.

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2011 US Touring
In addition to the February Texas tour dates, Steve and Derri will be taking these special performances across the country in support of The Choir’s recent releases Burning LIke The Midnight Sun and de-plumed.  We are now accepting bookings for March, April and May.  If you are interested in hosting a house show or sponsoring a church, club or cafe concert, please contact us for rates and details.
The live acoustic show we broadcasted online last December can still be viewed at

February 17, 2011 (Selma, TX) North San Antonio
Show: 7:00pm
The Coffee House @ Journey Fellowship
16847 Interstate 35
Selma, TX 78154
$8 adv, $10.00-Door
Showtime will be 7:00 pm….Openers will be: Lainey Wright and Chris Taylor. Tickets through

February 18, 2011 (McKinney, TX)
Show: 7:30pm
Mgroup Studio
610 Elm Street Ste 700
McKinney, TX 75069
Doors open at 7pm
$10 with Advance Reservation. $15 at door. Tickets can be reserved in advance for $10 at
Questions? – contact – Clayton Coblentz –, Bryon Wiebold –

February 19, 2011 (Lake Jackson, TX)
Show: 6:30pm
Lake Jackson Church of the Nazarene
801 That Way Street
Lake Jackson, TX 77566-4246
Doors open at 6pm
Ticket price: Free – love offering extended
Seating will be limited – contact

February 20, 2011 (Brownsville, TX)
Show:  6:00pm
Central Christian Church
1100 E Alton Gloor Blvd
Brownsville, TX 78526
Free Admission
(a love offering will be extended)

February 22, 2011 (Tyler, TX)
Private House Show

April 16, 2011 (Columbus, OH)
Private House Show

April 17, 2011 (Indianapolis, IN)
Details TBA

April 29, 2011 (Manchester, NH)
Doors Open: 7 pm
Start Time:  8 pm
Ticket Price:  $12.00 adv. $15.00 @ the door.
Location:  Manchester Vineyard Church
150 Dow Street,
Manchester, NH 03101
More Info: Phone: 603.624.4080
CO presented by GROUND ZERO

April 30, 2011 Quaker Hill, CT
Doors Open: 6PM
Start Time:   7PM

Ticket Price:  Free show!
Donations for missions project accepted.
Quaker Hill Baptist Church
144 Old Norwich Road
Quaker Hill, CT  06375
Contact For More Info:
Quaker Hill Baptist Church,

May 1, 2001  Quaker Hill, CT
Quaker Hill Baptist Church
144 Old Norwich Road
Quaker Hill, CT  06375
Church Service – Sunday Worship 10:45am

((thanks to Amy Jett for the remarkable live images for our show in New Orleans – check out her work: ©2010 amy jett

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