News Pop / Rock 28/09/2004

Happy days are here again! Matthew West in concert



BRENTWOOD, TN. (Sparrow Records) - Sparrow Records' chart-topping contemporary folk-rock singer/songwriter Matthew West is headed in every direction as the special guest on The Avalon & Mark Schultz Tour that kicked off last week and will reach 40+ cities by Thanksgiving.

West is among the very best received new artists of 2004—a funny, talented performer whose hits from his debut album, HAPPY, include 'More,' 'The End,' and new single, 'You Know Where To Find Me.' In fact, other artists have recorded West-written songs as well, including Sara Groves, Point of Grace, Jump5, Salvador, and country music's Billy Ray Cyrus and Rascal Flatts.

You know where to find Matthew West this fall—on tour with Avalon and Mark Schultz. An all-new E-card gives you the full itinerary, music and information about each artist, lets you Instant Message friends about the show, and takes you right to the ticket counter to secure your seat.
Just click over to the Avalon and Mark Schultz Tour Ecard.






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