Judson University Celebrates Citizen Way’s New Album Release with Acoustic Mini-Concert and Open House | Judson University Christian College

Judson University Celebrates Citizen Way’s New Album Release with Acoustic Mini-Concert and Open House

(Elgin, IL - April 22, 2013) Judson University is celebrating Citizen Way’s release of their new album, which will be released on Tuesday, April 23. The university is hosting a CD Release Party at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24 in the Thompson Center. Citizen Way - CD Release Party 2013

Guests will have a chance to talk with the band at an open-house-style event, enjoy some light refreshments and see Citizen Way perform an acoustic mini concert! CDs and Citizen Way merchandise will be available for sale.

An open house will be held in the Thompson Center Lounge from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. with light refreshments for everyone to enjoy. An acoustic mini-concert will follow from 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. in the Thulin Performance Hall of the Thompson Center. From 5:45 to 6:30, the open house will continue.

For those new to Judson, Citizen Way is made up of Judson alumni and former students who have made it to the big league in Christian music! Their song “Should Have Been Me” peaked at No. 4 and and their new song "Nothing Ever (Could Separate Us)" debuted at No. 26 and is climbing in the National Christian Audience radio charts. Citizen Way wants to give back to their friends and fans at Judson and has planned this time to celebrate just for us – students, faculty, staff and administrators, alumni and more! Friends and family are welcome as long as space allows.

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