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Yancy Joins the 2010-2011 SuperStart! Tour

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 (NASHVILLE, Tennessee) -- Yancy continues to redefine youthful worship thanks to cutting-edge albums, DVDs, her recent devotional book and non-stop touring. This fall, Yancy will return to Christ In Youth's successful preteen event SuperStart! to lead worship for the 2010-2011 national tour. SuperStart! is a weekend event designed specifically for preteens with the sole purpose of understanding them and connecting them to the Gospel of Christ. This is accomplished in a safe environment filled with high-energy worship, interactive teaching and small group discussions, all designed with the needs of preteens in mind.

i'm so excited to be back out this year to lead worship at SuperStart! Each event is so fun and rewarding to be a part of,” says Yancy. “The preteen age is such an important time in a kid,s life as they solidify their roots in their faith and really start living it out. We were all created to worship and these students get that. I encourage pastors and leaders to bring your 4th, 5th or 6th grade students out. It will be a life changing weekend for sure!”

2010-2011 SuperStart! Tour
Oct 8-9 - Florissant, MO
Oct 22-23 - Grand Rapids, MI
Nov 5-6 - Orlando, FL
Nov 12-13 - Louisville, KY
Jan 21-22 - Atlanta, GA
Jan 28-29 - Dallas, TX
Feb 4-5 - Indianapolis, IN
Feb 18-19 - Tulsa, OK
Mar 4-5 - Bloomington, IL
Mar 11-12 - Cincinnati, OH

Yancyâ,s latest album, Rock-N-Happy Heart, and the companion devotional book were released in stores nationwide on March 2nd via Pure Blue Records and Word Distribution, a Warner/Curb company. Geared toward pre-teens but effective for kids of all ages, the worship disc is designed for those that want to rock but love to worship.

A seasoned artist, worship leader and songwriter, Yancy has spent much of the last decade recording and touring, sharing the stage with the music industry's brightest stars, including Nichole Nordeman, MuteMath, Newsboys and others. She co-wrote "Something Beautiful" for Jaci Velasquez and Avalon's #1 hit, "I Don't Want to Go," and she's written two devotional books for worship leaders and musicians. Prior to moving to Nashville, Yancy also spent five years as a worship leader at Church on the Move, a megachurch in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Yancy maintains a full-time tour schedule including conferences and conventions throughout the USA, including the Kings & Princesses events alongside her father Jim Wideman.

For more information on Yancy, please visit www.yancynotnancy.com.