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The Orange Humble Band's New Album Release 

     The super stellar lineup of Orange Humble Band has just released their third album Depressing Beauty on Australia's Citadel Records. Recorded at Ardent Studios with founder Daryl Mather at the helm, OHB includes fellow core members Jody Stephens, Mitch Easter and Ken Stringfellow joined by the supremely talented Jon Auer, Dave Smith (Cat Power, Buddy Guy) and Rick Steff (Lucero). Other "humble" guests include legend of pop Dwight Twilley, the late Bill Pitcock IV, Susan Cowsill, Van Duren, Spooner… Read more

Big Star's Third goes LIVE again! 

Join us in Minneapolos, MN on September 30th for what promises to be a fantastic night. Joining Jody will be Mike Mills, Chris Stamey, Ken Stringfellow, Charles Cleaver, Audley Freed, Brett Harris, Skylar Gudasz and more! 

Tickets for the show can be bought through First Avenue: click here.

Those Pretty Wrongs new 7" for mobile 

The 7" released by Those Pretty Wrongs featuring "Lucky Guy" b/w "Fool Of myself" has now been resized for your mobile listening device!
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'Third' shirt on sale plus extra bonus 

Our Third shirt is on sale until July 5th. As an extra weekend treat, two lucky people who order the shirt will also receive a copy of Chris Bell's I Am the Cosmos Deluxe CD. Good luck! Order here:

Jody Stephens "Keeping The Beat" as the new CEO of Ardent Studios 

Originally published Saturday June 20, 2015
Memphis Daily News
By Andy Meek

Jody Stephens may best be known as a rock 'n' roll timekeeper, the guy whose drum kit kept the beat and provided the rhythmic foundation for the pioneering power pop group Big Star. Today, though, Big Star's sole surviving original member also keeps a different sort of rhythm.

More than 40 years after he first walked through the doors of Ardent Studios at 2000 Madison Ave. – home to the seminal Memphis recording facility where Big… Read more