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GRAMMY Nominated Rock Band RED Receives RIAA Gold Certification for Hit Song “Breathe Into Me”

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RED To Appear on the Winter Jam 2016 Tour

NASHVILLE – GRAMMY® nominated rock band RED (Essential Records) received an RIAA Gold Certification for its single “Breathe Into Me” from their album End of Silence (2006). This honor comes on the heels of the band’s 6th GMA Dove Award win for “Rock Album of the Year” for its recent release of Beauty and Rage (2015).

Known for an intense live show, RED concluded the month-long run of its headline branded “REDvolution” tour last week in Nashville at Rocketown with special guests Capital Kings, Tedashii and Wolves At The Gate. Also announced recently, RED will be on the 2016 spring Winter Jam tour hitting more than 45 arenas and stadiums across the country. For a complete list of the remaining 2015 RED tour dates along with upcoming Winter Jam shows, click HERE.

Over the past decade, RED has received two GRAMMY nominations, six GMA Dove Awards, two Top 10 Active Rock singles, three Top 10 Mainstream Rock singles and 19 consecutive No. 1 hits at Christian radio. The band has sold more than 1 million albums collectively with albums of Beauty and Rage (2015), Release The Panic (2013), Until We Have Faces (2011), Innocence and Instinct (2009), and End of Silence (2006). RED is Michael Barnes (vocals) and twin brothers Anthony Armstrong (guitar) and Randy Armstrong (bass). The band also boasts more than 1 million Facebook fans.

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