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Fusebox Release hits Stores, Opens Tour with St. James

"I spent three years on the road with Rebecca, so I'm so excited to be heading back out with her," says Billy Buchanan. "It seems like family. Like going back home again."
( [email protected] ) Jun 17, 2004 12:14 PM EDT

In support of their sophomore release "Once Again" on Tuesday, June 15, Fusebox (Elevate Records/Inpop Records) announced plans of extensive touring in the summer and fall of which most of them will be joint performances with Christian artist Rebecca St. James.


Buchanan along with the rest of the band will join St. James for most of her summer dates, and this fall's 20-city "Adoration Tour" featuring Newsboys. Fusebox has always traditionally been the opening act for St. James from the years 2000-2003. Now, Fusebox will make its appearance slightly differently for the first time as an established band.


"I spent three years on the road with Rebecca, so I'm so excited to be heading back out with her," says Billy Buchanan. "It seems like family. Like going back home again."


While Fusebox is going on a promotional tour, going nationwide on radio stations talking about their new album "Once Again," currently they will also be performing acoustic guitar live on the air of several television programs. Within the next few months, these channels are including Good News, The Jim Bakker Show, and a live performance on FamilyNet's At Home Live on June 25th.


Fusebox, now 18 years into the making, has refined a set of vertically inspiring lyrics and edgy rock. Once Again is available at Christian book and music stores nationwide from Elevate Records and Inpop Records, and distributed by EMI Christian Music Distribution.