Five-Time Grammy-Award Winner TobyMac to Perform on

FOX & FRIENDS this Saturday, August 25

Will make special guest appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America on Monday, August 27 with Mandisa

Nashville, TN – (August 23, 2012) – Five-Time Grammy-Award Winner TobyMac will be on FOX & FRIENDS this Saturday, August 25. His interview and performance will air LIVE during the9:00 AM (EST) hour on the network and will include the performance of his latest No. 1 single, “Me Without You.” TobyMac and his Diverse City Band will also perform his hit song, “Get Back Up” immediately following the broadcast on FOX & FRIENDS’ After the Show Show. “Me Without You” is off his forthcoming release, EYE ON IT, available next week, August 28.

Also, tune-in to see Toby make a special guest appearance with GRAMMY-nominated artist, Mandisa on ABC’s Good Morning America LIVE this Monday, August 27. Mandisa will perform her single “Good Morning,” and TobyMac will perform the rap as he does on Mandisa’s original recording of the track.

For more information on TobyMac visit: http://www.tobymac.com

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