Nashville, TN (November 30, 2022)
Ten-time GRAMMY nominee Tauren Wells has announced his Spring 2023 headlining Joy In The Morning Tour, in support of his recent album by the same name. Kicking off the 19-city tour on January 26th, 2023, the national run will hit cities across the Southeast, Eastern Seaboard, New England, Midwest, Southwest and West Coast. Special guests Aaron Cole and Lakewood Music will support on all dates.

Tickets for The Joy In The Morning Tour will go on sale on Friday, December 2nd at 10 a.m. local time. This outing continues Well’s third headline tour which started in Fall 2022 and follows last year’s sold-out, 23-city run.

Most recently, Wells delivered the national anthem at the Detroit Lions’ 83rd annual Thanksgiving Day Classic game against the Buffalo Bills. He also welcomed the holiday season with the release of his single “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays,” a reimagination of the much-loved *NSYNC classic. Last month, Wells teamed up with chart-topping country artist Jimmie Allen and GRAMMY-winning R&B/gospel artist Erica Campbell to record infectious new versions of his track “Up.” The duets underscore Wells’ genre fluid approach to music and the universal nature of the anthemic song’s message, which finds hope in hard times. He also released a live version of the song recorded at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado.

Joy In The Morning is Wells’ third solo album and first for Capitol Records/CCMG. He celebrated its release with an appearance at the GRAMMY Museum L.A. Live. Visits to Fox & Friends and Good Morning America followed. Earlier this month, Wells returned to Good Morning America to perform “Up.”

Joy In The Morning Tour Spring2023 Dates:
Jan 26 Fort Lauderdale, FL — The Parker—Lillian S. Wells Hall **
March 2 Birmingham, AL — Alabama Theatre **
March 4 Evansville, IN — Aiken Theatre in The Centre **
March 5 Cincinnati, OH — Taft Theatre
March 9 Atlanta, GA — The Tabernacle **
March 10 Indianapolis, IN — Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
March 11 Holland (Grand Rapids), MI — Ridgepoint Community Church
March 12 Detroit, MI — Fisher Theatre **
March 16 Timonium (Baltimore), MD — Trinity Life
March 17 Shippensburg, PA — Lurhs Performing Arts Center
March 18 Woodbridge, VA — Hylton Memorial Chapel **
March 19 Boston, MA — Emerson Colonial Theatre **
April 13 Naperville (Chicago), IL — Calvary Chapel of Naperville
April 14 Milwaukee, WI — Wisconsin Lutheran College
April 16 Denver, CO — Riverside Baptist Church
April 27 Sacramento, CA — Sacramento Memorial Auditorium **
April 28 Los Angeles, CA — The Orpheum Theatre **
April 29 San Diego, CA — The Rock Church **
April 30 Phoenix, AZ — Dream City Church

** Rescheduled dates from Fall 2022 leg **

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Ross Cluver is a 30+ year Christian music veteran who worked on CCM Magazine from 1994-2022. Before coming to CCM, Ross managed the Harvest Rock Syndicate alternative Christian music magazine and also worked in concert promotion, artist management and radio. Contact him: rossc.ccm@gmail.com

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