Addison Road’s Stories Stirs Enthusiastic Response from Critics and Fans
Featuring Addison Road Posted on July 30, 2010
INO Records’ Dove nominated band Addison Road released their highly anticipated sophomore album Stories on June 22 and if the critics are any indication, Stories is exceeding everyone’s expectations:
“This is one of the top 5 albums of the year-a 5 star album. If you liked Addison Road’s debut album, then you’ll absolutely LOVE Stories. This is an excellent album and I can’t get enough of the musical hooks, Jenny’s vulnerable and sincere vocals and the extremely poignant lyrics.” -ChristianMusicReview.org
“Stories is an album that will likely bring Addison Road to the top of music charts in the Christian categories” –ChristianPost.com
“With Stories, Addison Road is poised to become the next MercyMe, and is quite likely soon to discover the rewards of perseverance. Very highly recommended.” –The-Trades.com
“Addison Road transforms their tribulation into triumph on a healthy—and highly-anticipated—sophomore set.”-Christianitytoday.com
“Addison Road’s Stories is a disc of stories of faithfulness and brokenness and an overall great album.”-Hollywoodjesus.com
Fans are also fancying the new album as the record skyrocketed to No. 2 on iTunes ® Christian Chart and in the Top 50 Overall Albums Chart.
With their debut single “Fight Another Day” continuing to climb the charts, the song is currently No. 7 on Billboard’s CHR Chart, No. 16 on AC Indicator and in the Top 25 on AC Monitored.
The female-fronted band recently went out on the road to visit their friends at radio in major cities including Tulsa, OK, Indianapolis, and Chicago, while also hosting free concerts celebrating their album release. Additionally, they made time to stop by LeSea Broadcasting studios and performed a few of their new songs on “Live at Studio B.”
This fall, Addison Road will continue sharing their stories to audiences around the country on The Light Meets Dark Tour also featuring Tenth Avenue North and Matt Maher.
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