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The City Harmonic and Aaron Gillespie prepare for the HELLOSOMEBODY Tour

Co-headlining modern worship artists The City Harmonic and Aaron Gillespie are kicking off the HELLOSOMEBODY Tour in less than three weeks. The 12-city tour starts September 22 in Glendale, Ariz., and concludes October 16 in Rockford, Ill.

The City Harmonic, who will be releasing its new record two days after the tour concludes (October 18th), is joined by Gillespie, also known for his band The Almost and his long-time stint with Underoath. They will be joined by Jake Hamilton of Jesus Culture (September 22-30) and A.J. Cheek (October 1-16).

The HELLOSOMEBODY Tour isn’t just about gathering together worshipers, however, but rather as a larger effort to raise awareness for hunger around the world through the sponsoring organization. In its inaugural year, HELLOSOMEBODY provided food for over one million starving people.

“Show up and move out of the way and let God work,” Gillespie encourages concert goers in an interview with Whole Notes. “That what it’s about. It’s not about us. It’s not about the night. It’s not about lights and sound and the show. It’s about Jesus and making Him known. All of the entities on this tour really grasp that.”

To read that entire interview with Gillespie, click HERE.

For more information about The City Harmonic, check out the official website HERE.

You can also visit Aaron Gillespie’s website by clicking HERE.

And for more details on the HELLOSOMEBODY Tour and that organization’s fight against hunger, click HERE.

Upcoming Music Releases (September 6)
12 Stones – Only Human (Universal/EMGCMG)
21:03 – Evolved…Boys To Men (Verity/Provident)
Deas Vail – Deas Vail (Mono Vs Stereo)
Darlene Zschech – You Are Love (Fair Trade Services)
Daniel Bashta – The Sounds of Daniel Bashta (Integrity/Provident)
Kelly Hancock – Saving Savvy (Worthy/EMICMG)
Charles Colson – The Sky Is Not Falling (Worthy/EMICMG)

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