Unspoken Makes Debut Television Performance On FOX 17 Tennessee Mornings With Top Ten Hit Single Who You Are
Left to Right: Jon Lowry, Unspoken; Nick Paranjape, co-host Tennessee Mornings; Chad Mattson, Mike Gomez, Ariel Munoz, Unspoken
Nashville, TN (March 7, 2013) —– Unspoken was the featured music guest this week on FOX 17 Tennessee Mornings.  The band performed their current Top Ten single, Who You Are that was named as the 2012 Top Christian Song of the Year by iTunes.   The group’s second song closed the show, Bury The Workman that will be on their next EP and will be released exclusively to iTunes early summer.  A full studio album from Unspoken will be released in February 2014.
Unspoken is known for their high-impact performances and they are currently on tour with Sanctus Real on their Promises Tour.  For tour updates please visit online at www.unspokenmusic.com.

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