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Christian music pioneers the Newsboys is releasing a new album called God’s Not Dead, their first worship album since 2004, on Nov. 15 and are gearing up for a tour in promotion of the record.

Joining the Newsboys for the tour are: The City Harmonic, Anthem Lights and Abandon, with preaching from Bob Lentz.

This will be singer Michael Tait’s second album with the Newsboys since he took over vocal duties for them in 2009 due to the departure of band founder Peter Furler.

Tait was in the band in 2009, but the album In the Hands of God was written and recorded with Furler while Tait sang live.

Prior to the Newsboys and some solo work, Tait was in the biggest Christian group of all time, dc Talk from 1989 to 2000, with Toby Mac and Kevin Max Smith, before the group went on hiatus with solo careers.

Furler, originally the band’s drummer from 1985-97, took over vocals when former vocalist John James left due to an admitted drug and alcohol problem.

Together the band has released 15 albums spawning countless singles and major tours, and received worldwide critical success with their 1994 album Going Public featuring their biggest single “Shine” and 1996’s album Take Me to Your Leader.

They’ve been nominated for four Grammy’s and 24 Dove Awards winning five including Rock Album of the Year, Rock Recorded Song of the Year, Recorded Music Packaging of the Year, Short Form Music Video of the Year, and Event Album of the Year.

Other awards won include Best CCM Video 1999 by the Billboard Music Video Awards, 1995 Video Award and 1999 Video Award from the International Angel Awards, and Favorite CCM Album 1999 from the Nashville Music Awards.

The Newsboys is currently touring Canada before they join THE STORY TOUR with Max Lucado, Steve Curtis Chapman, and more.

Date, City, State Location

12/1 Wichita, Kan. Central Christian

12/2 Dallas, Texas American Airlines Center

12/3 Tulsa, Okla. BOK Center

12/4 Austin, Texas Shoreline Christian Center

12/7 Longwood, Fla. Northland Church

12/8 Atlanta, Ga. Philips Arena

12/9 Winston–Salem, N.C. LJVM Coliseum

12/10 Virginia Beach, Va. Rock Church

12/11 Woodbridge, Va. Hylton Chapel

12/14 Plymouth, Mich. Northridge Community Church

12/15 Grand Rapids, Mich. First Assembly of God

12/16 Hoffman Estates, Ill. Life Changers Church

12/17 Eden Prairie, Minn. Grace Church

12/18 Independence, Mo. Independence Events Center

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