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May 23, 2014

Dove Award nominated Christian music group No Other Name to appear in Live Oak

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Dove Award nominated Curb recording artist No Other Name will perform live at First Baptist Church in Live Oak on Sunday, May 25, at 10:15 a.m. The concert is part of No Other Name’s “START TOUR.”

Signed to Curb Records in 2008, No Other Name comprises brother and sister Sam and Laura Allen and friend Chad Smith. The group formed after the three attended a summer music conference at Nashville’s Belmont University. Since catching the eye of Curb Records Chairman, Mike Curb, the group has been writing, recording and logging countless miles encouraging Christians across the country to participate in missions efforts.

The “START TOUR” draws its name from No Other Name’s song, “Let It Start With Me.” Much like the song, the event aims to inspire those who feel called to support global and domestic missions. The show is a combination of moving music, testimonials, and video designed to highlight the impact of world missions and stir hearts to give, pray, or go.

Although we have always loved performing, music is first and foremost our ministry,” says Laura Allen. “Part of that ministry is sharing what God places on our hearts. We have traveled to places like Nicaragua and Brazil and experienced firsthand the impact of missions. It is our hope that this tour will inspire others to join us in fulfilling The Great Commission.”

First Baptist Church is located at 401 Howard St. W, Live Oak, FL 32064. Admission is free. For more information on No Other Name and a complete list of tour dates, visit: www.NoOtherName.com.

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