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Baseball Fans ‘Move’ With Audio Adrenaline
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Written by Audio Adrenaline’s Adam Agee along with Seth Mosley, “Move”—an audience favorite in concert—was also featured during the NFL Network’s coverage of the Scouting Combine earlier this year.
Produced by GRAMMY® winner Seth Mosley (Jeremy Camp, for KING & COUNTRY) and Joshua Silverberg (Newsboys, Michael W. Smith), Sound of the Saints builds on the pop/rock foundation and lyrical themes which have hallmarked Audio Adrenaline’s iconic repertoire for nearly three decades. The band is currently introducing selections from the project to audiences across the country as part of Newsboys’ “We Believe…God’s Not Dead” Spring Tour, featuring Finding Favour and introducing John Tibbs.
Since their debut in 1986, Audio Adrenaline has been one of Christian music’s most prolific bands. The group has garnered two GRAMMY® Awards for Best Rock Gospel Album (Worldwide, Until My Heart Caves In); five GMA Dove Awards; a Gold®-certified recording (Bloom); and 14 #1 Christian radio singles, including signature songs “Big House,” “Get Down” and “Hands And Feet.” In 2004 the band created the Hands & Feet Project, an initiative inspired by their hit song. With a mission to meet the physical and spiritual needs of orphans in Haiti, the Hands & Feet Project has constructed two children’s villages and its ongoing efforts continue to impact orphans and children throughout the country.
AUDIO ADRENALINE RETURNS WITH
SOUND OF THE SAINTS MAY 4
Digital Preorders Launch Today With Two Instant Downloads
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Sound of the Saints, the highly-anticipated tenth studio recording and sophomore Fair Trade Services release from two-time GRAMMY® Award winners Audio Adrenaline, is slated to bow May 4. Beginning today, the project is available for preorder on iTunes and Amazon Music.
Produced by GRAMMY® winner Seth Mosley (Jeremy Camp, for KING & COUNTRY) and Joshua Silverberg (Newsboys, Michael W. Smith), the 10-song set builds on the pop/rock foundation and lyrical themes which have hallmarked Audio Adrenaline’s iconic repertoire. Highlights of Sound of the Saints include the title track, a foot-stomping, Americana-tinged anthem co-written by founding member Mark Stuart and new frontman Adam Agee, along with Mosley and award-winning singer/songwriter Jared Anderson; “Love Was Stronger,” the soaring pop debut single; and the upbeat, rock-tinged opener “Move”—an audience favorite in concert—among other selections.
“We are excited to inspire a new generation of fans the way Audio Adrenaline inspired us,” says Agee. “These new songs carry on the message of Audio A—positive, encouraging and challenging. God can use all of us, even the underdogs.”
Fans preordering Sound of the Saints on iTunes and Amazon Music starting today will instantly receive “Love Was Stronger” and “Move,” while two additional songs will be made available in April as part of the preorder campaign.
Audio Adrenaline is introducing selections from Sound of the Saints to audiences across the country during Newsboys’ “We Believe…God’s Not Dead” Spring Tour, also featuring Finding Favour and introducing John Tibbs. Sponsored by Food for the Hungry and Liberty University, the tour, which has seen multiple sellouts to date, will hit 40 cities before concluding May 9 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
For a behind-the-scenes look at Audio Adrenaline’s life on the road; a sneak peek at some new songs; and to get to know the band and their heart behind the music, view the first episode of their video tour journal here:
Since their debut in 1986, Audio Adrenaline has been one of Christian music’s best-loved bands. The group has garnered two GRAMMY® Awards for Best Rock Gospel Album (Worldwide, Until My Heart Caves In); five GMA Dove Awards; a Gold®-certified recording (Bloom); and 14 #1 Christian radio singles, including signature songs “Big House,” “Get Down” and “Hands And Feet.” In 2004 the band created the Hands & Feet Project to "raise a generation of orphans who will grow into men and women who will have a relationship with Christ and be leaders in their communities." In addition to constructing Children’s Villages near Jacmel and Grand Goave, Haiti, Hands & Feet continues to impact orphans and children throughout the country.
Sound of the Saints, a Fair Trade Services release, will be distributed by Provident Distribution.
Audio Adrenaline Debuts Highly-Anticipated Lead Single From Forthcoming Fair Trade Sophmore Set
Legendary Band’s New Lineup Hits The Road With Newsboys This Spring
NASHVILLE, Tenn.— “Love Was Stronger,” the highly-anticipated new single from two-time GRAMMY® Award-winning recording artist and one of Christian music’s most popular bands, Audio Adrenaline, drops today, in advance of the May 5 release of the group’s Fair Trade Services sophomore album, Sound of the Saints. In addition, a new group of musicians is unveiled as Audio Adrenaline hits the road with Newsboys’ “We Believe…God’s Not Dead” 2015 Spring Tour.
Audio Adrenaline begins the next chapter in their history-making tenure with a new lineup featuring former Stellar Kart frontman Adam Agee, along with Dave Stovall, formerly of Wavorly; guitarist Brandon Bagby, whose touring credits include Plumb and Seventh Day Slumber; and drummer Jack Campbell. This year also marks the transition of group co-founder and bassist Will McGinniss from touring to an increased role with the Hands & Feet Project, an organization he co-founded, where he currently serves as president of the board.
"The last several years have been an incredible blast and honor,” said McGinniss. “To get to bring back Audio A, for one sole purpose—to champion the cause of the orphan and abandoned children through our work at the Hands & Feet Project in Haiti—was incredible. But now God is calling me to a new season in Him off the road. I have every confidence that with this new group of guys and an incredible bunch of new songs, Audio A will be all about that same goal. I pray God's heart and blessing over them."
“I’m so excited to be a part of the ongoing legacy that is Audio Adrenaline,” said Adam Agee, Audio Adrenaline lead vocalist. “The band was a huge influence on me and my decision to pursue music. My hope is to continue to inspire Audio A fans with new songs we are passionate about. We can’t wait to share them live as we hit the road with the Newsboys this spring.”
Following the band’s hiatus in 2007 in the wake of former lead singer Mark Stuart’s vocal health issues, a new lineup of veteran artists rekindled Audio Adrenaline in 2012. Continuing on to answer the band’s original call to bring the story of orphans in Haiti—and around the world—to the forefront, Audio Adrenaline partnered with Fair Trade Services and the Know Hope Foundation to release Kings & Queens, which saw multiple radio singles impact listeners, including the smash title-cut.
Audiences across the country will be able to preview new music from Audio Adrenaline’s Sound of the Saints during Newsboys’ “We Believe…God’s Not Dead” tour, also featuring Finding Favour and introducing John Tibbs. Sponsored by Food for the Hungry and Liberty University, the tour begins February 12 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and will stop in more than 40 cities before concluding May 9 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
"Watching the guys practice for this upcoming tour and record has been such a joy,” said Audio Adrenaline founding member Mark Stuart. “Hearing the old classics with the new Audio A message makes me proud to be part of a legacy that continues to focus on the Glory of Christ and the absolute joy of becoming His hands and feet."
“Love Was Stronger,” the band’s highly anticipated new single, is available on iTunes and other digital outlets today and goes for adds at Christian radio February 13.
Since their debut in 1986, Audio Adrenaline has been one of Christian music’s best-loved bands. The group has garnered two GRAMMY® Awards for Best Rock Gospel Album (Worldwide, Until My Heart Caves In); five GMA Dove Awards; a Gold-certified recording (Bloom); and 14 #1 Christian radio singles, including signature songs “Big House,” “Get Down” and “Hands And Feet.” In 2004 the band created the Hands & Feet Project to "raise a generation of orphans who will grow into men and women who will have a relationship with Christ and be leaders in their communities." In addition to constructing Children’s Villages near Jacmel and Grand Goave, Haiti, Hands & Feet continues to impact orphans and children throughout the country.
The Hands & Feet Project Introduces Haiti Made, A Brand United Around Quality Products, Sustainability and Dignified Jobs to Fight Against Haiti’s Orphan Crisis
A BRAND UNITED AROUND QUALITY PRODUCTS, SUSTAINABILITY AND DIGNIFIED JOBS TO FIGHT AGAINST HAITI’S ORPHAN CRISIS
Kickstarter Campaign Launches Today, June 25
Franklin, Tenn – 25 June 2014 – The Hands & Feet Project, caring for the orphaned and abandoned children of Haiti since 2004, is excited to announce <strong>Haiti Made</strong>, purposed to bring economic hope to a country that has been defined by extreme poverty, joblessness and entitlement. Born from the need to create jobs for young adults transitioning out of orphan care, Haiti Made has joined with the people of Haiti to create dignified opportunities that equip and empower them to take responsibility for their own lives and the future of their nation.
"One of our growing convictions as we continue to provide help, is the need to also provide solutions," shares Mark Stuart, co-founder and Executive Director of Hands & Feet Project. "A few months ago a few of us from Hands & Feet came together and developed a product line. Haiti Made is not only going to give our children a transitional period where they can learn important vocational skills but also employ marginalized groups all over south Haiti and hopefully, some day, across the whole island."
To fulfill the vision of Haiti Made and to invite others into the story, the Hands & Feet Project is launching a Haiti Made Kickstarter campaign. Set to go live today, June 25</span><span class="e2ma-style" style="font-size: 14px"><strong>,</strong> all pledges will go towards their goal of $20,000 that will allow Haiti Made to purchase the necessary equipment to scale up operations, hire additional experts and local craftsmen, and create jobs for young adults aging out of orphan care, and other marginalized people groups.
Rob Murray, Project Manager of Haiti Made, states, "There is so much potential in Haiti and all we’re doing is gathering together to raise money to help unlock that potential. The future is bright! What if instead of more charity and more giving to the people of Haiti, we started to buy from them, and in doing so we deliver hope and dignity? That’s what Haiti Made is all about."
Click on the Kickstarter video here and on the image below to see how you join the story. Also be sure to visit HaitiMade.com and HandsandFeetProject.org to find out more. A few of the items from the Haiti Made product line are pictured below.
For and questions or media-related activities, please contact Haiti Made’s Project Manager Rob Murray at #615-828-7401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Audio Adrenaline, Matthew West, Tenth Avenue North, KJ-52 And More To Benefit The Children Of Haiti
THE HANDS & FEET PROJECT ANNOUNCES “RUN FOR LOVE 5K” RACE PRESENTED BY THE K-LOVE FAN AWARDS;
On May 31 In Nashville, Join Audio Adrenaline, Matthew West, Tenth Avenue North, KJ-52 And More To Benefit The Children Of Haiti
Franklin, Tenn – 09 May 2014 – It was recently announced that the upcoming K-LOVE Fan Awards Weekend will incorporate the Run For Love 5K Run to raise funds for the Hands & Feet Project. To be held May 31 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and presented by the K-LOVE Fan Awards, the Run For Love 5K will raise awareness and funds to support the Hands & Feet Project’s mission to care for Haiti’s orphaned and abandoned children. For only $30, fans will have the opportunity to run alongside some of their favorite artists as they support the amazing work of the Hands & Feet Project.
“The K-LOVE Fan Awards was a fantastic event last year,” said Mark Stuart, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Hands & Feet Project. “This year, the fan experience will be more exciting and more significant as the K-LOVE Fan Awards and the Hands & Feet Project are teaming up to bring hope to Haiti’s orphaned and abandoned children by putting on the Run For Love 5K Run. Where else can you break a sweat with some of your favorite artists and your friends to bring hope to the children of Haiti? It’s all about love, so sign up today!”
For only $30 per person, each participant receives registration to the race, an artist swag bag, a race t-shirt, as well as a fundraising page to help raise funds and awareness for the Hands & Feet Project.
A few of the celebrity artists already confirmed to participate in this year’s Run For Love 5K are the members of Audio Adrenaline as well as Matthew West, Tenth Avenue North, KJ-52, Citizen Way, Josh Wilson, Finding Favour, Rhett Walker Band, Sanctus Real and City Harbor. K-LOVE will also have their own team, with a few of their on-air hosts running for the cause. More artists will be announced soon.
Another 5K is already slated to be held in September during Orlando’s CMB/Disney World’s Night Of Joy music event. Further details will be released shortly!
To find out more about Run For Love 5k race and to register today, please visit:
Saturday, May 31
Check in starts at 6:15am, race begins promptly at 8am
Opryland Hotel, 2800 Opryland Drive, The Presidential Portico
All paid participants receive registration to the race, an artist swag bag, a race t-shirt, as well as a fundraising page to help raise funds and awareness for the Hands & Feet Project
Register today here: http://www.klovefanawards.com/runforlove
About The Hands & Feet Project:
In 2004, the members of Audio Adrenaline founded the Hands & Feet Project. Inspired by fan reaction to the band’s song “Hands and Feet,” HAF is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing long-term, family-style care for orphaned and abandoned children with the love of Christ. They strive to raise a generation of orphaned children who will grow up to reach their God- given potential, while empowering first world citizens to partner with them in service at home and abroad.
The organization broke ground on their first Children’s village in Cyvadier, a small town on the Southern coast near Jacmel, and began their journey of serving the forgotten children of the impoverished Caribbean nation. Currently tending to over 70 children in Cyvadier, a second village opened in Grand Goave in 2008 and is caring for 30 children. Visit handsandfeetproject.org for more information.
Run For Love 5k sponsors:
Audio Adrenaline will bring their contemporary Christian rock and pop sounds to the Bogalusa Gospel Festival on Saturday, April 5. The Grammy-winning group will headline with the sound of “today’s” gospel, while New Orleans’ Zion Harmonizers will lead the traditional portion of the day.
Audio Adrenaline bassist Will McGinniss says his band — which is actively involved in charitable work — is more than just a bunch of guys playing music.
“Audio Adrenaline is a band that is very cause-oriented. We also like to think we’ve been a band for the misfits, the underdogs, the disenfranchised,” McGinniss said. “The tour is to benefit those parts of society that don’t have a voice.”
AUDIO ADRENALINE AND KUTLESS JOIN FORCES FOR CHANGE A LIFE TOUR WITH SPECIAL GUESTS FINDING FAVOUR AND SHINE BRIGHT BABY
33-City Spring Tour Runs March 8 – May 10, Presented by Food for the Hungry
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – March 7, 2014 – GRAMMY®-winning rockers Audio Adrenaline and top-selling modern rock/worship band Kutless will kick off the 33-city Change A Life Tour this weekend, presented by international relief organization Food for the Hungry. The Change A Life Tour will also feature special guests Finding Favour and Shine Bright Baby.
Launching on March 8, in Baxley, Ga., the Change A Life Tour brings together these two iconic bands – Audio Adrenaline and Kutless – for the first time. Always a high-energy crowd favorite, Audio Adrenaline will be touring in support of its current album, Kings & Queens, treating concertgoers to the band’s latest singles, “Kings & Queens” and “Believer,” along with a long list of crowd favorites. Kutless will be touring on the heels of its brand new studio album release, Glory (February 2014), performing the group’s long-time hits as well as the new album’s debut single, “You Alone,” already a huge radio success.
As a special treat for fans, an exclusive VIP Pre-Show Experience will be offered on most Change A Life Tour dates, providing early entrance to the venue, an exclusive VIP laminate and tour collectible artwork item for autographs, a copy of Audio Adrenaline’s Kings & Queens CD and an exclusive Q&A session with the band, followed by a photo opportunity for autographs. The VIP Pre-Show Experience is available to ticket buyers at the point of purchase. Tickets for all tour dates are available at www.AudioA.com.
Watch the award announcements below:
2013 We Love Christian Music Awards – Best Lead Singer