Ministering to the World: Delirious Band Accepts Olympic Ceremony Performance

( [email protected] ) Aug 03, 2004 02:54 PM EDT

Along with Kutless, multi-awarded UK-based Christian rock recently accepted the invitation of performing at the world renown event, the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, on August 14, press releases announce.

Following the spirit of its latest acclaimed album, World Service, Delirious has continuously proved its competence as it increases the range of its audiences to an international scale, performing in UK and the US, and now moving on to the world. The spirit of their songs composed for worship will be ministered to the masses internationally.

The band has truly experienced an all-around-the-world year for Delirious as they perform hit singles of World Service in late 2003 and early 2004.

In America, ever since the gold-selling debut in ¡¦97, Cutting Edge, and the break through hit ¡§I Could Sing of Your Love Forever,¡¨ their projects have soared and garnered the top radio reviews and radio airplay ("Rain Down" and "Majesty").

In Germany, Delirious earned a slot in mainstream entertainment, with a radio hit of the newest album's track "Inside Outside," and also performing a string of string of high-profile concert festival and television appearances.

At the international event, Delirious will take part in the Cultural Committee of Athens event at Omonia Square.

Soon after the Olympic performance, Delirious has shows scheduled in Sweden and Switzerland and will tour throughout its native England during October.

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