Friday, November 13, 2009

LIVE Michael W. Smith Online Sunday, Nov. 15



Michael W. Smith and HearItFirst.com Present

the "New Hallelujah Word Tour" Live from Wichita Sunday, November 15.

Before wrapping up the fall leg of the "New Hallelujah World Tour," Michael W. Smith and HearItFirst.com bring the show live to your home on Sunday, November 15 at 10pm eastern.

For the first time ever, Smith's "New Hallelujah Tour" will be broadcast online live at HearItFirst.com
(http://e2ma.net/go/2572395954/2349278/88190616/23788/goto:http://www.hearitfirst.com/live). Fans can tune in before the show to watch exclusive video interviews with Michael W. Smith and the tour's special guests Matt Maher, Phil Stacey, and Meredith Andrews. Smith's tour mates will all be joining him on stage during his performance Sunday.
Previously, Smith has shared his enthusiasm about his tour mates, saying, "I'm excited about the artists traveling with me. Matt Maher, Phil Stacey and Meredith Andrews are all artists whose music I really enjoy personally, but they're also artists I respect because they each have something special to share. I'm thrilled to be sharing the stage with them."The "New Hallelujah Tour" kicked off October 22 in Orlando, Fla. and will wrap up in Albany, NY on November 21.
Michael W. Smith has toured extensively this year both on the "United Tour" with Steven Curtis Chapman and the "New Hallelujah World Tour" which took Smith's live show to Europe this summer.After multiple successful broadcasts, including a live interview with Michael W. Smith in support of his CD A New Hallelujah last fall, HearItFirst.com is thrilled to partner again with Smith to bring this unique opportunity to the fans.

1 comment:

CFPhilfan said...

I got your blog in a Google alert for Phil Stacey,:-). Thank you for posting this info. What is so awesome, I think, about them streaming the concert live from Wichita is the fact that Phil lived in Wichita for many years, so it is a homecoming of sorts for him. He went to high school here and met and married his wife, Kendra, here. After leaving "American Idol" and before going on the the Idol tour he was going to be part of, he did a charity concert in May 2007 to help raise funds for the Greensburg tornado victims. So I am sure that many that will be at the concert will be there to see him. I will definitely be tuning in.