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We're Wolves Releases "Life of a Parasite"

(WEST PALM BEACH, FL) -- We’re Wolves has released a high-octane live video for their newest fast-paced, hard rock single “Life of a Parasite.” The video was shot on-location at Kraken Music Festival, where they performed alongside The Used, Story of The Year, and more. It features exclusive footage from backstage, on-stage, at their meet and greet, and in secret locations hidden in the venue.

The Sensational Country Blues Wonders! Releases "The Adventures of a Psychedelic Cowboy"

(JERSEY CITY, NJ) -- Gary Van Miert’s philosophy of saying yes whenever asked to do something outside of his comfort zone has taken him to some very interesting places.  Performing under the moniker, The Sensational Country Blues Wonders!, Van Miert is a singer, songwriter, musician and entertainer who specializes in Americana.  “I have my own unique interpretation of American roots music—classic country from the fifties and sixties, down-home spiritual songs from the golden age of gospel, and time-honored blues numbers that go back to the greats hailing from Mississippi and Chicago.” 

NJ Native Country Artist Gary Frost Releases "Shutup Springsteen"

Yup, he said it! Many scenarios come to mind as to the meaning of the new video and single “Shutup Springsteen” by Monmouth County country music artist Gary Frost, but it’s not what you think...

Sammy Kay Releases Two Singles; Proceeds to go to Women Have Options Ohio

Folk/punk singer-songwriter Sammy Kay released two new singles on June 27, 2022 - "Letter To My Former Self" and a reimagining of Bad Religion's 1993 single "Don't Pray On Me" as a digital 7" entitled Aid & Abet. All proceeds from sales of the single will go to Women Have Options Ohio, a statewide abortion fund in Kay's current home state.

Jem Records to Celebrate Pete Townshend With New Compilation

Fifty years ago, an avid Who fan named Marty Scott and his two childhood friends from New Jersey began to sell records in their college dorms. They traveled to England after graduation and went searching to find a Who album that was not available in the USA. He realized there must be others who wanted it too. This was the start of importing rock albums by JEM Records. Carrying on through the 70's and 80's as the premier independent distribution and label group, Jem helped many labels get national distribution, broke artists via radio and retail, and released hundreds of albums.



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