Third Day – Miracle Album Cover
THIRD DAY KICKS OFF STREET WEEK WITH PERFORMANCE ON “THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO” FRIDAY, NOV. 2

BAND DEBUTS “HIT ME LIKE A BOMB” FROM NEW NOV. 6 PROJECT ‘MIRACLE’

Third Day launches into a busy street week in support of its upcoming Brendan O’Brien produced project, MIRACLE (Nov. 6), with a performance on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, this Friday, Nov. 2.  The band will perform the powerful “Hit Me Like a Bomb” and, following the performance, will offer a limited-time free download of the song on its website, www.ThirdDay.com.
Following the appearance, Third Day will head to Houston and Dallas for fan-centered events including a performance at Vista Ridge Mall in Dallas, where hundreds of fans are expected
to attend.

The 12-track MIRACLE was produced by Brendan O’Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Train, The Killers) and recorded in the band’s Atlanta-based studio called, The Quarry.

Third Day will be back on the road in support of MIRACLE with a headlining tour starting in spring 2013, followed by appearances at major festivals that summer.

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