THIRD DAY EARNS FOURTH AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS® NOMINATION
Band Receives Nod For Contemporary Inspirational Artist

Third Day has been nominated for a 2011 American Music Award®, as announced today at the J.W. Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE.  This is the band’s fourth career nomination, winning in 2008 for its album Revelation.

For the fifth year, winners will be determined by online voting from now through Friday, Nov. 11, 2011.  Fans can vote at the Coca-Cola AMA voting website, amavote.com, as well as http://is.gd/U2P4uY.  Artists will be honored in the categories of Pop/Rock, Country, Rap/Hip-Hop, Soul/R&B, Alternative, Adult Contemporary, Latin, and Contemporary Inspirational.

The live broadcast of the 39th annual AMAs will take place at the NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE on Sunday, Nov. 20 (8:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT) on ABC.  For a complete list of nominees, presenters, and performers, visit: http://abc.go.com/shows/american-music-awards.

About Third Day:
Over the past decade, Atlanta-based, multi-Platinum rock band Third Day (made up of members Mac Powell, Tai Anderson, David Carr and Mark Lee) has racked up 27 No. 1 radio singles and sold more than seven million albums, including  two RIAA Platinum as well as eight Gold certifications.  A recent Georgia Music Hall of Fame inductee (2009), Third Day has garnered 24 career GMA Dove Awards from 42 nominations, 4 GRAMMY Awards (with 11 career nominations), an American Music Award (with 3 American Music Award nominations) and multiple ASCAP honors for songwriting.  As a credit to its songwriting, Third Day’s memorable “Call My Name,” off its Revelation project, was selected by country star Keith Urban as a bonus track on his Defying Gravity album.

As a top-ranked touring band, according to Pollstar magazine, Third Day has played for audiences reaching into the millions.  Because of its mass appeal, Third Day has been featured by top media outlets including “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” (NBC), “The Late Late Show
with Craig Ferguson” (CBS), “60 Minutes” (CBS), ABC’s “Nightline,” USA Today, the New York Times, and even graced the cover of Billboard magazine, which called Third Day “one of the best rock bands.”

For more information on Third Day, please visit: www.ThirdDay.com, www.facebook.com/ThirdDay or www.providentpress.com

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