SMALLTOWN POETS: Christmas Time Again Tour 2014
Live @ Red Clay Music Foundry Thursday, December 4th, 2014 @ 8:00pm
Doors open 7:00 PM
Ticket sales ended Dec 5, 2014 12:00 AM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Smalltown Poets celebrate the release of their 2nd Christmas album "Christmas Time Again" with an evening of original and classic Christmas songs, as well as past hits. They'll be joined by special guests CASEY DARNELL and by JARED&AMBER.

General Admission: $15 in advance / $20 at the door
Smalltown Poets burst onto the Christian music scene with their Grammy-nominated self-titled debut on Ardent/Forefront (EMI) in 1997 and released two more albums with the Memphis based label. Three number one singles and a total of ten top ten radio hits helped garner two Best Rock Gospel Grammy nominations, seven Dove Award nominations (including best new artist) and a Billboard Music video award for the band. Their song Anything Genuine was featured on the platinum selling WOW 1999 compilation. In 2004 the band released It’s Later Than It’s Ever Been on BEC(EMI).

The guys ended a 7-year hiatus from touring and recording in 2011. Over a year in the making, Smalltown Poets Christmas was released November 1st of that year, with their single “Good Christian Men Rejoice” reaching Billboard’s Top 30 songs on Christian radio. Since its release, the band has performed dozens of Christmas concerts across the U.S., in places like Chicago, Atlanta, Seattle, Portland, Charlotte, and many others.

They followed up Smalltown Poets Christmas by releasing a 7-song EP in the fall of 2012 titled “Under the New Sun,” a collection of new songs and older compositions that had never actually been put onto an album.

In the summer of 2014, for the first time since 1998, all 5 of the original band members worked together in the studio at the same time, meeting in Atlanta GA to record their second Christmas project, titled “Christmas Time Again” set for release November 25, 2014.

“Through the miracles of modern technology and recording, we have been able to continue creating music as a band through the years, even though the 5 of us all live in different cities across the country,” states Michael Johnston, lead vocalist. “And now this opportunity to get together at the same time to record has been an amazing experience. It felt a lot like coming home.” more >>>
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