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Their female-fronted band's sophomore album Wandering Soul debuted at number 1 on the iTunes Reggae Chart and at number 39 overall.

Derren Raser

Raser has moved back to San Diego from St. Louis, just in time to debut his EP The Retelling at the Belly Up on September 7.

Orbis Max 2.0

"The Orbis Max song 'Can't Live Without Your Love' will be included on the upcoming Flavor of the Month various artists compilation from the Ice Cream Man label," reports Craig Carlstrom.

Mike Stax

His book Swim Through the Darkness: My Search for Craig Smith and the Mystery of Maitreya Kali, to be published by Process Media, chronicles the songwriter from Penny Arkade, Chris & Craig, Maitreya Kali, and the Good Time Singers.

Casey Turner

His song “Waves on the Ocean” will be played on the International Space Station on September 23.


In its third lineup change this month, drummer Bobby Blotzer's incarnation of Ratt lost guitarist Nicholas "Blaze" Baum and former Ratt bassist Robbie Crane, as former guitarist Warren DeMartini threatens legal action over Blotzer still using the Ratt name with no other founding members.

Stick Figure

The rising reggae rockers are on the cover of the August 15 issue of Pollstar magazine, thanks to their album Set In Stone having recently topped the Billboard reggae chart.

JJ Cale

The late singer-songwriter will be heard on Eric Clapton's upcoming concert album Live in San Diego, recorded at iPayOne Center (former Sports Arena) on March 15, 2007.

Normandie Wilson

"I got my first song placed in a television show" reports the songstress, whose music was recently heard on Amazon's streaming program Hand of God.

Anna Danes

"I was diagnosed with breast cancer this week," Danes posted on Facebook. "I am making my story public in order to demystify the disease more and to potentially help others. I am one of the lucky ones: my cancer was caught early."


The band's tenth album Where the Light Shines Through debuted at number 10 on the Billboard chart.

Justin Pearson

He guests on a new single from Moving Units, covering the Joy Division song "Warsaw."

Whitney Shay

"I'm flying back to Brazil to tour with Igor Prado and play a bunch of awesome festivals and gigs with some amazing Brazilian blues musicians," reports the busy vocalist.

Pony Death Ride

The comedy-rock duo's upcoming full-length Cat Sounds features nine tracks, including "Your Cats Are Crap," "I'm a Cat Guy," and the album's first single "Grumpy Cat (Ain't All That)."

Red Dye No. 5

Silver Girl Records is releasing The Fort Apache Sessions, a collection of songs that were originally intended to be the defunct noise-pop band's major label debut in 1996.

Barney Kessel

A newly released concert album via Sundazed Records, Live at the Jazz Mill, features a recently discovered 1954 performance by the late guitar legend.

The Sickstring Outlaws

"I'll be heading into the studio this month to lay down vocals for an upcoming movie about a country singer call Buckshot: The Movie," reports Ron Houston of the Enzo Pictures film which includes a Sickstring Outlaws original as well as Houston singing a song written by director Josh Smith.

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