|BUILDING 429 HITS THE ROAD AGAIN THIS SPRING HEADLINING THEIR ³TRUTH, HOPE AND LOVE TOUR²
08 January 2009
Pop-rock trio Building 429 has recently announced plans for the spring 2009 continuation of their “Truth, Hope & Love Tour.” Once again, GRAMMY ® nominee After Edmund will be accompanying the band alongside new EMI artist Above The Golden State and emerging female group, Kimber Rising.
With 30 dates on the calendar, the “Truth, Hope & Love Tour” will travel across the country from February-March of 2009. World Vision will continue to partner with the tour as they did with the successful fall 2008 Tour when Building 429 shared the stage with the new female-fronted band Addison Road and After Edmund.
“It has been a thrill to be a part of the ministry of Building 429 this last year,” says front man Jason Roy. “With the release of our new record, the success of the debut single, ‘End Of Me’ and fall tour, we now have the blessing of cranking up the bus and heading back out on the spring leg of the ‘Truth, Hope and Love Tour.’ In the fall, we saw thousands of children sponsored through World Vision and countless numbers of decisions for Christ, which was far above and beyond our expectations.”
Building 429 recently released their fourth self-titled studio album with INO Records on Oct. 21. Their debut single “End Of Me” is currently climbing the radio charts, now in the Top 15 on CHR & AC Charts. To listen to “End of Me” visit: http://wmedia.buzzplant.com/content/ino/Building429-EndOfMe_ACMix.wma.
The band’s second single “Always,” is scheduled to release this spring. It is a powerful ballad that Roy wrote following an encounter with a woman who shared her heartbreaking story about how her son’s life was taken away by his own father.
Roy explains, "There is a moment in each of our lives that will undoubtedly define our existence from that point on. The moment when, for the first time, we stare injustice in the face. When an innocent child is murdered, when a father walks out on a family, when life seems completely unfair. That moment undoubtedly brings us to our knees asking the question: ‘God, Where are you?’ This is the true story of two people who faced that very question and found peace in the storm in the truth of God with us."
For more information on Building 429 please visit their website at www.building429.com and get an idea of what the tour will be like by watching a special spring tour video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAOdfIYjyn8.
Building 429 has had a history of success with the release of three albums and now the rock band has joined forces with INO Records for their fourth studio record which became available in stores last fall. In 2005 “Glory Defined” was named BMI’s Christian Song of the Year, they were named the Gospel Music Association’s 2005 New Artist of the Year and nominated that same year for Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year and Song of the Year. They have toured with artists such as TobyMac, Family Force 5, Casting Crowns and Thousand Foot Krutch. Jason, Michael and Jesse are excited for their fans to hear a record that reflects where they are as individuals and artists.
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