Audio Adrenaline Announces Their “Kings & Queens Tour”
Featuring Group 1 Crew, Seventh Day Slumber and Manic Drive;
Tour Slated To Visit 30+ U.S. Cities This Spring
Tour Sponsored by ChildFund International
Debut Album Kings & Queens Releasing March 12
Nashville, Tenn — After a seven-year hiatus, Audio Adrenaline is back and will kick off their 2013 “Kings & Queens Tour” on March 1. The tour will run in over 30 cities across the U.S. and is sponsored by ChildFund International. This is the first tour for the band since announcing their return in September 2012. Audio Adrenaline’s Fair Trade Services debut Kings & Queens is slated to release March 12.
The “Kings & Queens Tour” will feature Dove Award winning bands Group 1 Crew and Seventh Day Slumber, as well as Manic Drive, winner of GMA Canada’s 2012 Hard Rock/Alternative Album of the Year.
Band members, Will McGinniss (bass), Kevin Max (lead vocals), Dave Ghazarian (guitar), Jared Byers (drums) and Jason Walker (keys) look forward to taking the stage as a re-formed band with the same heart and energy as before. Audio Adrenaline intends to give fans a heart-pumping show and be the voice for their non-profit, Hands & Feet Project, an organization dedicated to providing long-term, family-style care for orphaned and abandoned children in need of a home and family.
With the anticipated spring tour on the horizon and Audio Adrenaline’s label debut Kings & Queens releasing in March, the band's first radio single “Kings & Queens” is currently available on iTunes. More than 200,000 fans have viewed the song's inspiring official music video that was taped in Jacmel, Haiti at the Hands & Feet Project Children's Village, showcasing the beautiful children of Haiti. Click here to view "Kings & Queens" music video.
Tour dates for the "Kings & Queens Tour" are listed below, with more dates being added daily. Be sure to visit AudioA.com and the tour's official webpage at AudioA.com/Tour for the most updated schedule.
Audio Adrenaline Kings & Queens Tour Dates:
March 1- Morganton, NC, City of Morganton Municipal Auditorium
March 2- Washington, NC, Washington High School
March 15- Bellville, GA, Pinewood Christian Academy
March 16- Columbus, GA, Calvary Baptist Church
March 17- Gaffney, SC, Broad River Electric Auditorium
March 22- Biddeford, ME, New Life Church
March 23- Ocean City, MD, Roland E. Powell Convention Center
April 6- Burleson, TX, Venue 510
April 11- Indianola, IA, Indianola Community Church
April 12- Naperville, IL, Compass Church
April 13- Lebanon, MO, Boswell Auditorium
April 14- Lenexa, KS, Lenexa Baptist Church
April 19- Tulsa, OK, SpiritBank Event Center
April 20- Fort Smith, AR, 180 Youth Center
April 26- Fort Wayne, IN, First Assembly of God
April 27- Cincinnati, OH, The Underground
May 2- Lake Charles, LA, Lake Charles Civic Center
May 5- Salina, KS, Bicentennial Center
About Audio Adrenaline:
After five years away, Audio Adrenaline is back -- by popular demand and with a renewed mission. The faces may look a little different, but the heart and passion of this GRAMMY-winning band remains unchanged. Yes, that’s Kevin Max of dcTalk and solo fame at the mic and founding member Will McGinniss on bass. The new lineup is rounded out by CCM vets Dave Ghazarian (Superchick), Jared Byers (Bleach), and singer-songwriter Jason Walker. Former front man and co-founder Mark Stuart remains very involved and contributed to many of the songs for the new album.
This talented group of like-minded musicians shares a common goal: to be the voice for orphans in Haiti and around the world. Lead single, “Kings & Queens,” is an orphan anthem that celebrates the transformation God can bring about. The album’s remaining fresh rock tracks are just as powerful. The new Audio Adrenaline is creating music that will move you while making the world a better place for children in need. Thanks to the band, Know Hope and AA’s label, Fair Trade Services, a portion of proceeds will directly benefit the work of Hands & Feet Project. For more information, please visitAudioA.com and handsandfeetproject.org.
About ChildFund International:
ChildFund International began in 1938 in an effort to support orphanages for the children who had been left without homes or families in the wake of the second Sino-Japanese War. American individuals funded the orphanages in China through sponsorships. Today, ChildFund International has grown into a global force working for children around the world. Now operating in 31 countries, approximately 17.8 million children and their family members were given assistance in 2012. ChildFund International works with children from birth to young adulthood, families and communities to provide a better environment for children to succeed. ChildFund.org
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