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Me in Motion On Tour with Red and Pillar

Posted January 8, 2010 by in News

The Nothing and Everything Tour

ME IN MOTION JOINS THE “NOTHING AND EVERYTHING” TOUR WITH HEADLINERS RED & PILLAR

PLUS SPECIAL GUEST, THE WEDDING

ME IN MOTION HEADS BACK INTO STUDIO TO RECORD TWO NEW SONGS FOR CENTRICITY MUSIC DEBUT CD

Nashville, TN (January 8, 2010) —- Centricity Music’s powerhouse band, Me In Motion, will join RED on its 2010 “Nothing And Everything” tour that launches January 14th in Ft. Smith, Arkansas.  The tour will also feature Pillar and special guest, The Wedding.  This marks the second major tour for the newcomer band, Me In Motion, as they were featured on the Newsboys fall tour in 2009.  Me In Motion will perform songs from their upcoming self-titled debut on Centricity Music that releases March 23, 2010.

“We are super pumped to share the stage with bands, Red and Pillar, on the Nothing & Everything Tour,” says Seth Mosley, lead vocalist and guitarist for Me In Motion. “These guys have great hearts and a killer live show that doesn’t hold anything back. It will be a super high-energy night where we are thrilled to introduce some of our new music to the crowds.”

Me In Motion brings energy and excitement to every performance, whether that’s in front of fifty kids at a youth group or before thousands at a concert hall,” says Steve Ford, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Centricity Music.  “Either way Seth, Tim and Dexter give it all every time. The tour with Red & Pillar allows them to perform before numerous new fans and take my word for it, when you see them, you will become a fan.”

Before heading out on the RED tour, Me In Motion, has headed back into the studio to record two new songs for their upcoming CD, “The God I Know” and “Seek Justice, Love Mercy.  ”We thought the record was done months ago, but Seth came in and played us these two new songs so we had to have them on the project,” adds Ford. “We feel they are amazing songs that make the project even stronger.”

The first single from the new album, “Losers,” is already at #28 and climbing on the CHR chart and the video debuted on the Air1 website and is being distributed to video outlets. “The song is a banner for anyone who has felt rejected by their peers,” says Mosley, “whether it’s because of how they look, something that’s different about them, or because they’re trying to follow Jesus in a world that looks at that as strange. But the song is also a callout for us to open our eyes and see the ‘least of these’ that Jesus talked about who are all around us.”

Me In Motion, which is comprised of Mosley, Tim Wilson (bass/background vocals) and Brian Dexter (drums/background vocals), was formed by Mosley after working two years in a recording studio following high school graduation.  After realizing he didn’t want to “sit in one place all the time,” was when he brought Wilson and Dexter on board to begin the musical journey as Me In Motion.  The talent of the group immediately brought them attention which led to 140 tour dates in 2008 and Me In Motion reached 165-dates in 2009.  But more than playing Brit-influenced rock, it’s the message that Me In Motion wants to impact with their audiences.

“I always find myself going back to the theme of wanting to make a difference,” Seth explains, “to live out our faith, even when it might be the hardest thing in the world to do. My heart for myself, the band, the kids and families that hear Me In Motion’s music is that all of us will be inspired to break out of these little bubbles that we so often find ourselves retreating into and to show everybody a little bit of Jesus’ love every day.”

For more information on Me In Motion please visit, www.myspace.com/meinmotion or www.centricitymusic.com.

About The Author: Centricity

Centricity Music is an independent recording and publishing company based in Bellevue, Washington and Nashville, Tennessee. The company’s mission is to enable our artists to create life-changing experiences for the world. Centricity Music’s artist roster includes Downhere, Aaron Shust, Jason Gray, Andrew Peterson, High Valley, Me In Motion, Sixteen Cities, and Jaime Jamgochian.

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