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Tenth Avenue North's holiday concept album, 'Decade The Halls Vol. 1,' available now


Mon, Nov 13th 2017 06:10 pm
The holiday season is in full swing for Tenth Avenue North as their Christmas album, "Decade The Halls Vol. 1" (Remade Records) is available now. This unique concept-album is a musical walk through the past 100 years of Christmas music, with each song featuring a different decade - starting in the 1920s all the way to present day. This album displays the band's creative and musical talent as members explore different instrumentation, rhythms and tones specific to each decade and genre of that time period.
Fans can click HERE to purchase the album or HERE to stream "Decade the Halls Vol. 1."
The band will take this concept album on the road next month with Zach Williams and Meredith Andrews. Tour dates and ticket information can be found at tenthavenuenorth.com/tour. Compassion International present "Decade The Halls" tour will feature the stylistically different songs with full wardrobe changes to coincide with the different decade for a memorable holiday event.
Tenth Avenue North made their national debut in 2008 with their first RIAA Gold certification album, "Over and Underneath," which spawned the hits "Love is Here," "By Your Side" and "Hold My Heart." Tenth Avenue North won the Gospel Music Association Dove Award in 2009 for New Artist of the Year and, in 2010, "By Your Side" was named Song of the Year. The band gained further momentum with 2010's "The Light Meets the Dark," and "The Struggle" in 2012, which continued to populate radio and the church with such memorable songs as "Healing Begins," "You Are More," "Losing" and "Worn."
In November 2014, the band released their fourth studio project, "Cathedrals," with the first radio single "No Man Is An Island." Their most recent project, "Followers," has produced the No. 1 singles "What You Want" and "I Have This Hope."
For more information, visit TenthAvenueNorth.com.

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