March 20, 2007
It is with great pleasure to announce that on Saturday April 14th, 2007, Multi-Platinum / Grammy nominated recording artist, Michael Sweet, will be performing an intimate acoustic set at the West Hall @ The United Methodist Church in Woburn, MA. Michael is currently promoting his new solo release, "HIM." As a member of Stryper for more than 20 years, Sweet has enjoyed success in both christian and mainstream markets. Stryper has sold more than 8 million records worldwide, had numerous Top 40 singles and enjoyed great success on MTV. In January of 1992, the band went its separate ways. Sweet went on to release 5 successful solo albums. In 2003, Stryper reformed and released a greatest hits album titled, "Seven - The Best Of Stryper" on Hollywood Records. The band's subsequent tour in support of "Seven" was extremely successful on all accounts, selling out venues across America. In August of 2005, Stryper went on to release their first full length studio album in nearly 15 years, "Reborn" on Big 3 Records. The band went on to tour worldwide in support of the album's release. In the summer of 2006, Sweet released a contemporary worship album, "HIM." Since the album's release, Sweet has gone on to perform numerous solo acoustic shows and made several guest appearances on the TBN network.
Special guests for the Saturday April 14th performance include the acoustic duo of Scotty Dunbar and Rob Wylde. Rob Wylde, a native of Nottingham, England, has achieved renowned success with his band, Teenage Casket Company. Rob has released 2 albums with Teenage Casket Company, entitled "Dial It Up" and "Eat Your Heart Out." Just recently, TCC were awarded "5th best band of the year" and "4th best single of the year" at the Pure Rock Awards. Rob and TCC will kick off a tour in Italy this coming May. Woburn born and raised, Scotty Dunbar has been in several local bands and recently released his debut single, "Memories Never Fade Away" on the compilation CD, Rock To The Rescue. This past year, a documentary film entitled "Memories Never Fade - The Scott Dunbar Story" premiered at Framingham State College to great reviews. This documentary tells the story of Scott's survival and recovery from The Station nightclub fire. In 2007, Scotty and longtime friend and drummer, Pat Silva, formed a new band and are in the process of writing new music.
Tickets will be available for this show in advance by emailing Scotty at [email protected] Tickets are only $10.00 in advance and $12.00 at the door. Don't miss your chance to see this one night only performance!
Saturday April 14th, 2007
The United Methodist Church
523 Main Street.
Woburn, MA 01801