Hey, folks. I’m writing from North Carolina, where I’m doing a few shows this week. The fall leg of the Light for the Lost Boy tour is over, which is sad, but just around the corner waits the 13th annual Behold the Lamb of God tour, followed by—I’m pumped about this—a tour with Jason Gray in February, followed by—and I’m also pumped about this—a spring Lost Boy tour, once again with CALEB.
But as much touring as we’ve been doing, there are still pockets of the country (nay—the WORLD) to which we haven’t come, not because we don’t want to but because no one in that part of the country (nay—the WORLD) has booked a show yet. In the meantime, though, we have the interwebs. And thanks to a cool thing called StageIt, I can put on a 30 minute concert in my living room. It isn’t recordable (computer hackers, please comply), ensuring that what you’re seeing is a legitimate one-time event, which you can watch from the comfort of your couch or Starbucks chair. There’s even a real time chat room, where you can make requests and say hello to each other. Hook it up to your TV, invite your friends and family over, pop some popcorn, and enjoy some live music. I’m not saying it’ll be better than whatever sitcom you usually watch, but I suppose that depends on the sitcom. It’s pretty cool, and it’s only $5.
So. This Sunday night, November 11, at 6 p.m. Central, join me (and perhaps a surprise guest) from wherever you are for what promises to be a slightly awkward but entirely live and raw concert. Click here to get your tickets, and reply to this post to make any requests. I can’t promise anything, but I’ll do my best to accommodate them. Thanks for supporting me and mine, everybody.