My Epic is headlining a summer tour sponsored by World Vision.  It’s called The Hunger & Thirst Tour, and runs through the month of June.
“We head out on tour at the beginning of June with So Long Forgotten and A Hope For Home.  We are very excited and will be playing several songs from our upcoming album Yet.  We look forward to seeing familiar faces and meeting new ones!”
Yet is scheduled to be released on July 6, but you can hear “Lashes,” a song from the album, now at My Epic’s Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/myepic

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June 5 – Willmar, MN @ First Street Warehouse
June 6 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Senior Weiner
June 11 – Waco, TX @ Art Ambush
June 15 – Douglasville, GA @ 7 Venue
June 16 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre
June 17 – East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse
June 20 – Baltimore, MD @ KOC
June 21 – Lynchburg, VA @ The Hive
June 22 – Fredericksburg, VA @ The Refuge
June 23 – Covington, KY @ The Madhatter
June 24 – Sidney, OH @ Sidney Boat Club
June 25 – Evansville, IN @ Resurgence Church
June 26 – Corbin, KY @ CMA Centre
June 27 – Terre Haute, IN @ THMV Venue
June 28 – Springfield, IL @ Blacksheep Cafe

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