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By KZION Press Release

Enoch Train Special Broadcast

ST. GEORGE, UTAH -- When Enoch Train set sail from Esbjerg, Denmark on August 7, 2001, they weren't leaving for an extended vacation. They were commemorating a courageous journey that their ancestors took years ago. And they commemorated that journey the best way they know how. With music.

Sea Trek was a 59-day voyage to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Mormon migration from Europe to America. The voyage consisted of 10 vintage sailing ships that left the Esbjerg port on August 7 and eventually docked in New York City on October 4. The trip was broken up into two sections, the European Gathering and the Atlantic Crossing. The ships docked in a number of port cities along the way, with each docking accompanied by day-long "Rock the Dock" festivities.

Enoch Train participated in every leg of the European Gathering. Their schedule was vigorous. Not only did they perform on the lead ship, they also participated in the "Rock The Dock" celebrations as well as "Saints on the Seas", a stirring musical tribute to the pioneers and the faith that carried them to America. And you can relive every moment of this historic event right here!

KZION is pleased to present "Set Sail", Enoch Train's second full length CD on Thursday November 29th at 12:00 PM MST (GMT -7) and again at 8:00 PM MST (GMT -7).


Enoch Train Special Broadcast
KZION Press Release 28Nov01 A2


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