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NEWS SOURCE: a report
June 3, 2009

Flynn Adam
The new 500,000 Boomin' Watts CD from Flynn Adam is available now. Adam announced, "In case digital is not your thing and you've been holding out on buying the three digital EP's, I just released (Such a Time, Dishes & Adios), I've just released a physical CD - 500,000 BOOMIN WATTS - compiling all those songs (minus the remixes...those are exclusive to the iTunes EP's... sorry) but with one song added "Feel It Now"!!... and you can get them directly from me... click HERE. and thanks for all the amazing support..." Oddly enough, the song "Feel It Now" is part of the Adios EP on iTunes right now, so technically the CD has no exclusive songs...

Project 86
Project 86 just posted a brand new vodcast (AKA "video podcast"). The band writes, "Want to jump onstage and sing a song with the band? WATCH THIS VODCAST:" Oh, and if you don't care about the video, check it out just to hear "The Butcher," a sweet new track from Picket Fence Cartel, playing in the background...

Thousand Foot Krutch
Thousand Foot Krutch has released their new single "Bring Me To Life" on iTunes. This is also the track the band was giving away as a free download on the Taco Bell site, but if you missed that, here's your second chance to get the first new track from the band's September 8th release, Welcome To The Masquerade...

"Bring Me To Life" Is Now Available On iTunes! "Hey Everyone! Our new song Bring Me To Life is available TODAY at iTunes!! Don't miss out...get it today and feel free to share it with your friends! CLICK HERE to get Bring Me To Life today!" -- TFK

Everyday Sunday
Any Twitterers out there? Besides the fact that JFH is on Twitter (shameless plug), many artists are as well! Check out the following update from Everyday Sunday...

"Stalk us on Twitter! Check out our new song on Myspace called "Lies And Fear Go Hand In Hand"!

Are you tweeting? You can follow all of us now on Twitter!

Band Twitter: Everyday_Sunday

Trey: treypearson
Kevin: kevincramblet
Nick: NickSpencer7
Tyler: tylercraft

You can link to all of our Twitter pages AND NEW OFFICIAL FACEBOOK PAGE all through our myspace page. Make sure you check out our NEW SONGS from our new album, Best Night Of Our Lives, coming out in stores June 16th, posted on myspace as well! We just posted a new song, "Lies And Fear Go Hand In Hand", and you can hear the new single along with the Soul Glow Activator from Family Force 5's remix as well! The whole album will be streaming on there this coming Monday for you to hear the whole week before it comes out in stores.

Tell all your friends! Thanks for all the love!
Everyday Sunday"

For more info on these artists, visit the JFH Artists Database.



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