OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM DC TALK:
After much prayer and pastoral counsel dc talk has made the difficult decision to postpone their fall tour. Kevin Max has
requested time off the road to attend to personal matters.
“It was not an easy choice”, says Toby McKeehan. “We deeply regret how this postponement will affect both the promoters
and our fans.”
Kevin states “I believe I have needed this time away from touring and the business for quite some time. The process of
being an island unto myself and the author of my own desires took the place of my most prized relationships. I have come to
realize that my character is more important than my career as a performer”.
“I am with much prayer and counsel, putting those relationships back to the forefront of my existence. My personal walk with
Jesus Christ (my first love and personal savior) and my wife matter more to me. I sincerely appreciate Michael and Toby
standing beside me at this time.”
“While this has been tough, it is exciting to me that God continues to pursue and encourage us to be climbers and not
campers. Staying stagnant is not an option,” said Michael Tait.
dc talk is currently in the process of rescheduling as many of the dates as possible in January and February of 2002.
DC Talk Tour Postponed
No official word why, but Fall Tour is definitely postponed
October 3, 2001
iTickets.com has reported that all dates on the dc Talk Fall Solo Tour, which was supposed to begin tomorrow, October 4, have been postponed with no sign of rescheduling. there has been no official word from dc talk’s management, but the following was recently posted on Taitband.com.
“The fall tour will be postponed, but the band Tait will schedule some shows for October,
November and December. The new schedule should be up in a few weeks.”
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