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Big Daddy Weave Embarks on Second Leg of 'The Redeemed Tour'
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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Dove Award-winning group Big Daddy Weave is set to depart on the second leg of their highly-successful “The Redeemed Tour” February 1 in Wausau, WI. The tour, featuring chart-topping artist Chris August and special guest Citizen Way, is scheduled to stop in over 38 cities from February through May. This launch comes on the heels of the band’s hit No. 1 single, “Redeemed,” which spent eight weeks at No. 1 on the NCA (National Christian Audience Chart) and nine weeks at No. 1 on the AC Monitored Chart. The video for the hit song has also proven to be a hit as it has amassed close to two million views on YouTube.

“What happens every night on ‘The Redeemed Tour’ is the most special thing we’ve ever been a part of, and it just keeps growing,” says Big Daddy Weave’s lead singer Mike Weaver. “We’re excited to play and be with the wonderful people that we meet in every town.  We’re also big fans of everybody playing on the tour, so we couldn’t ask for anything more!  We can’t wait to see what God does next with all of this.”
Label mate and three-time Dove Award-winner Chris August will also be joining Big Daddy Weave on this leg of “The Redeemed Tour. This past summer, August released his sophomore album, The Upside of Down, and collaborated with Group 1 Crew on their No. 1 hit, “He Said.” Fans can expect to hear his next single, “Restore,” when it hits radio February 1.

Citizen Way has made a big impression fast with their first single “Should’ve Been Me” reaching the radio chart’s top 10.  The Elgin, IL band’s appearance on Big Daddy Weave’s “The Redeemed Tour” marks their debut on a nationwide tour.

“The Redeemed Tour” is scheduled to hit the following cities:

Feb. 1              The Grand Theater – Wausau, WI
Feb. 2              Community Church – Oshkosh, WI
Feb. 7              Eagle Heights Church – Somerset, KY
Feb. 8              BC Lloyd Building – Paragould, AR
Feb. 9              Christ Fellowship – McKinney, TX
Feb. 10            MK Brown Civic Auditorium -  Pampa, TX
Feb. 12            Clovis Civic Center – Clovis, NM
Feb. 13            RN Tydings Auditorium – Hobbs, NM
Feb. 14            St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church – Tucson, AZ
Feb. 15            Trinity Life Center – Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 16            Reno Christian Fellowship – Reno, NV
Feb. 17            Faith Community Church - Acampo, CA
Feb. 21            Marshfield High School – Coos Bay, OR
Feb. 23            Dayspring Fellowship – Keizer, OR
Feb. 24            Everett Theatre – Everett, WA
Feb. 26            The House of Faith – Lewiston, ID
Feb. 27            Idaho Falls Civic Auditorium – Idaho Falls, ID
Feb. 28            Cheyenne Civic Center – Cheyenne, WY
March 1           Restoration Church – Casper, WY
March 2           Helena Community Facilities Center – Helena, MT
March 3           Faith Evangelical Church – Billings, MT
March 8           Rodger’s Theatre, Poplar Bluff, MO  
March 9           Cornerstone Christian Academy – Shelbyville, KY
March 10         Dublin Jerome High School Center for Performing Arts – Dublin, OH
March 14         Memorial Stadium – Waycross, GA
March 15         Westover Church – Greensboro, NC
March 16         Charleston Southern University – Charleston, SC
March 21         Christ Community Chapel – Hudson, OH
March 22         Blackhawk Ministries – Fort Wayne, IN
March 23         Cornerstone Church – West Chester, OH
March 24         Trinity Evangelical – Upper Sandusky, OH
April 5              Cross Creek Community Church – Trucksville, PA
April 6              Wyoming United Methodist Church – Dover, DE
April 13            Davis and Elkins College Auditorium – Elkins, WV
April 14            Walker Center – Wilkesboro, NC
April 20            Plant City Stadium – Plant City, FL
April 21            Truett-McConnell College – Cleveland, GA
April 26            Concordia University Wisconsin - Mequon, WI
May 4              Wild Adventures Theme Park – Valdosta, GA

About Big Daddy Weave:
Big Daddy Weave formed when Mike Weaver, Jay Weaver, Jeremy Redmon, Jeff Jones and Joe Shirk got together at the University of Mobile. They stepped into the spotlight in 2002 with the release of their second album One and Only, which debuted in SoundScan’s Christian Top 5 and saw the group nominated as Dove Awards New Artist of the Year. Their 2010 album Christ Has Come won a Dove for Christmas Album of the Year, and they recently released their first greatest hits compilation, The Ultimate Collection. They have been honored at ASCAP's Christian Music Awards, were chosen for the WOW Hits compilations in five of the last six years, and are one of the 10 most played artists at Christian radio over the past decade

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