The up and coming and vastly emerging Chosen Records Christian/Rock/Pop band The Wrecking (, announces the dates for their second Air 1 Radio national tour. The Air 1 Freedom Tour Presented by Not For Sale Campaign will kick off on October 29, 2010 in Kansas City, Missouri. Following the success of a powerfully impacting Air 1 Radio spring tour, The Wrecking will pair up with other musical acts Vota and Satellites and Sirens with special guest appearance by Big Kettle Drum for the Air 1 Freedom Tour Presented by Not For Sale Campaign.

“We are blessed and excited to work with our friends at Air 1 Radio again and get out and perform for our awesome and supportive fans. Thank you to everyone who has been calling in and requesting our current single ‘About To Fall’…we can’t wait to rock out the song on stage for you!” says Doug Elder, lead vocalist of The Wrecking.

The Air 1 Freedom Tour Presented by Not For Sale Campaign kicks off in the Midwest and will end on the West Coast in California. Dates are as follows, with some venue locations to be announced soon.

10/29/2010                  Kansas City, Missouri              The Rock of KC

10/30/2010                  Owasso, Oklahoma                  Rejoice Christian School

10/31/2010                  Edmond, Oklahoma                 Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

11/01/2010                  Abilene, Texas                                     South Point Church

11/02/2010                  Odessa, Texas                          New Life Chapel

11/03/2010                  Lubbock, Texas                                    Church on the Rock

11/04/2010                  Amarillo, Texas                        TBA

11/05/2010                  Albuquerque, New Mexico       TBA

11/06/2010                  Gallup, New Mexico                Stronghold Church

11/07/2010                  Glendale, Arizona                    Bridge Comm. Church of Joy

11/08/2010                  Las Vegas, Nevada                  Valley Bible Fellowship

11/09/2010                  Indio, California                      Destiny Special Events Center

11/10/2010                  Temecula, California               Sunridge Community Church

11/11/2010                  Victorville, California              The Gate Church

11/12/2010                  Bakersfield, California                         TBA
11/13/2010                  Santa Cruz, California                         TBA

11/14/2010                  Rocklin, California                  TBA

The Wrecking and members Doug Elder (lead vocals/guitar), Darren Elder (drums/percussion), Joe McCann (keyboard/turntables/vocals) and Karl Andersen (bass/backing vocals), are excited

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for the opportunity to work with the Not for Sale Campaign. Being abolitionists is a part of their overall music mission. As they gear up for the new tour make sure to check out inspiring words from fans about their current radio single (charting #12 at Air 1) “About To Fall” at The Wrecking is also wrapping up recording for their new album “So Much For Love” coming out in stores and on iTunes in Spring 2011.

The Wrecking is defined by an unparalleled drive for what is deeper. Musically, emotionally, and spiritually this band communicates on a level that is undeniable. By interlocking hook-driven rock with urban grooves and futuristic adventurism, The Wrecking has emerged from the East Coast music scene as a critically acclaimed powerhouse. More information and music available at Become a fan at

Air 1 is a non-denominational, non-profit, listener-supporter radio network. Air 1 was launched in 1995 with the goal of reaching people young at heart with the message of Jesus through popular alternative music that was hard to find on other radio stations.

The Not For Sale Campaign equips and mobilizes Smart Activists to deploy innovative solutions to re-abolish slavery in their own backyards and across the globe.  Together, we can end slavery in our lifetime.


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