The OC Supertones recently announced an innovative
60-city tour in the spring of 2001. The “Loud and Clear Dance Party USA”
will launch in early February 2001, and will run through the middle of May.
The OC Supertones released their newest album, “Loud and Clear”, on October
10, through BEC Recordings (EMI/EMD affiliated BEC Recordings), which
recently debuted at #1 on the CCM/SoundScan Rock Chart and #3 on the overall
CCM/SoundScan Christian music chart, as well as garnering a slot on the
Billboard Heatseeker’s chart.
The OC Supertones released their newest album, “Loud and Clear”, on October
10, through BEC Recordings. This 60-city tour to support the project will
feature a nightly dance contest with select volunteers from the audience, a
photo booth where attendees can get their photo taken with other concert
attendees, and one of the most energetic live performances in rock music.
The venues will mostly consist of high school auditoriums, as the band
focuses on bringing their STHS (i.e. Supertones High School) theme across
the nation.
“This is going to be an extremely enjoyable tour for anyone who attends”,
says band manager, David Bahnsen. “We are going to the wall to insure that
the venues selected, the unique promotions in each market, the production
used by the tour, and every other detail we can think of, come together in a
way that makes this tour a blast for promoters, fans, the bands, and
everyone else.”
To date, The Supertones have sold over 830,000 combined copies of
“Adventures of the O.C. Supertones,” “The Supertones Strike Back,” and
“Chase the Sun.” In the past two years, The Supertones have actually
“opened” for such profound people as Pope John Paul II, the Rev. Billy
Graham, and Kurt Warner, a Christian and quarterback for the Superbowl
Champion St. Louis Rams. They have also performed for events like the
International Millennial Congress of the Salvation Army and the
stadium-sized Harvest Crusades. For the millennial New Year, The Supertones
actually played seven shows in two days (Dec. 30-31) covering such major
venues as the Tampa Ice Palace, the Philadelphia Spectrum, the St. Louis TWA
Dome, and the Houston Astrodome. Their music has been heard on MTV1s 120
Minutes, and the MTV Video Music Awards.

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