This Holiday season is fast approaching and so is our Christmas tour. The tour if you haven’t already heard is called “The Christmas Carols and Egg Nog Tour”. Why you may ask, would we name our tour with such a name? Well, it is simple, on our tour we have taken various Christmas Carols that you know and love and have rearranged them into our own style. Thus, you get the Christmas Carols part. Now as a band one of the treats we love to take part in this time of year is Egg Nog. While we know not everyone loves the tasty goodness, we still felt it right to add it to the name of our Christmas Tour. So, there you have it. It is going to be quite magical. We hope that you can make it to one of our various dates.

For a poster of our tour, go to There you will find all kind of goodies such as dates and locations.

On another note, Thanksgiving is this week. We hope that you all get to share this time with your families and that you really grasp what this day is all about. We will be sharing Thanksgiving with our families and will be giving thanks for the many blessings God has given to us. Now. another great part about this day is the release of our Christmas single. On Thanksgiving day you can download “Adore( O Come All Ye Faithful)” from every digital download site out there on the web. Tell everyone about it. Then after you download it and listen to it over and over again, contact your local christian radio station and request it.

Final announcement to make is that we will be finishing up our new record the first two weeks of January. The album should be released sometime in the spring. More news on that to come.

Well, looking forward to seeing you on the road and we hope that you have a great holiday season. Take time to remember what this time of year is really all about.

With Love,


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