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MATT BROUWER RELEASES REPACKAGED “WHERE’S OUR REVOLUTION” CD THROUGH UNIVERSAL MUSIC CHRISTIAN GROUP/FONTANA DISTRIBUTION

Brouwer Making Main Stage Appearances at Spirit West Coast Monterey and
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NEWS SOURCE: Indie Extreme
June 9, 2009

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 2009) – Black Shoe Records/Indie Extreme recording artist, Matt Brouwer has signed a distribution deal to repackage and distribute his most recent album “Where’s Our Revolution” through Universal Music Christian Group/Fontana Distribution. The deal includes international digital and mobile distribution as well as CBA and mainstream retail distribution. The release date for the Deluxe Edition of the CD, called Brouwer’s “best work to date”, is set for August 25, 2009. The package will feature bonus songs, including Matt’s 2006 Billboard hit I Shall Believe, plus free downloads including the I Shall Believe Music Video and live performance footage from Matt’s 2008 Canadian Fall Tour.

The album has been in limited release over the past year through Brouwer’s website and iTunes, where his latest single "Come Back Around" gained him a spot on the iTunes Rising Stars:Christian Compliation with a mention on the “Next Steps” page.

After taking a short June break from a heavy touring schedule, Matt returns to the road with a special acoustic performance at a fundraiser for the High School he attended in Truro, Nova Scotia. Matt then will criss-cross the USA with trips between Texas and California for concerts before he heads to Monterey, CA for a Spirit West Coast Music Festival appearance on July 29th at the Acoustic Cafe and July 30th for a full band performance on the Main Stage. Then it’s off to Houston for an August 1st appearance as the headliner for the Houston Dynamo Major League Soccer Faith and Family Night and another trip to California for an appearance in The Redlands and beyond.

Pre–Sales for the new release of “Where’s Our Revolution” begin July 14,2009 through www.mattbrouwer.com, selected websites, and at each of Matt’s live performances. For a complete list of tour dates and more information go to www.mattbrouwer.com or www.myspace.com/mattbrouwermusic

 

 

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