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With a career spanning three major label studio releases—These Simple Truths (2009), Live Like That (2012) and Something Different (2015), plus 2013’s celebrated holiday offering, Merry Christmas To You —and multiple hits, including Gold-certified “The Words I Would Say,” “You Love Me Anyway” and “Live Like That,” among others, Sidewalk Prophets remains a mainstay at Christian radio. The Dove Award-winning band has sold more than 865,000 albums and 1.8 million digital tracks. In addition, the group has garnered five No. 1 songs, nine Top 5 radio singles and more than 43 million views on YouTube. The band originally formed at Indiana’s Anderson University, and since signing with Curb | Word Entertainment, they’ve been nominated for a Billboard Music Award, multiple K-LOVE Fan Awards and four Dove Awards, taking home the New Artist of the Year Dove in 2010. Over the course of their career, they’ve played for more than 2.5 million fans, and counting. Known for spending more days on the road than anywhere else, Sidewalk Prophets’ most recent tours have morphed into interactive experiences for their fans, whom they affectionally call “The Great Big Family.” The band is set to host the first free public concert in Ryman history on July 5, 2020, with their highly-anticipated album, The Things That Got Us Here, bowing July 3, 2020

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3 New Singles from Sidewalk Prophets

Friday, January 24, 2020

Dove Award-winning band Sidewalk Prophets' newest album, The Things That Got Us Here is now available for pre-order! We are excited to bring you the Original Master MultiTracks for three pre-released tracks from the album, "Smile," "Chosen," and "The Comment Section." Sidewalk Prophets frontman Dave Frey shares that the song "Smile" is “an anthem of joy and a reminder to hold on to God’s promises through thick and thin. Over the past few years, we’ve been through some pretty awesome experiences, as well as some very terrifying ones… When you start to pay close attention, you begin to see that how you respond to these experiences is actually a choice. In the tough times, we can either wither away in fear and doubt, or we can go confidently into each new challenge knowing that when we hold on to Christ and His promises, there is always a reason to smile.”

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