Opera Alley and Much More!

Hi There!

The boys and girls of Saturday's Radio have been working very hard this past week. We're proud to announce that the brand new remaster of Opera Alley is available for download from CDBaby! We're very excited about this and we think it sounds better than ever. And like The Truth Hurts and Smile Slightly, you can download this album for only $3.99 from the Quick-Stop Shop on our home page or from the CDBaby site.

Also, two Opera Alley tracks are available for free: the title track, "Opera Alley", and live favorite "Hollywood's Dreams". You can get these from CDBaby, the Quick-Stop Shop, or on our Free MP3's page. You can also stream these two songs on the Saturday's Radio Jukebox over to your left. Don't say we don't give you options!

Opera Alley should be available on iTunes and Amazon within the next week. We'll keep you posted here, on Facebook, and on Twitter

In other Saturday's Radio album news, Behind Blue Eyes rock novel author Anne-Marie Klein has just written a 5-star review our Truth Hurts album. You can read it now on Amazon. In the next couple of days it should be up on iTunes, CDBaby, and our own Press page.

Our new Weekly Music Poll question asks, "What's your favorite sixties English band?" In last week's poll we asked folks to vote for their favorite Beatles album. Revolver was the winner with five votes, Abbey Road came in 2nd with four, The Beatles ("The White Album") got two, and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and Magical Mystery Tour got one vote each. Thanks to all the folks who voted!

The following musicians will be celebrating birthdays between now and August 25th: Ginger Baker, John Deacon, Robert Plant, Eric 'Roscoe' Ambel, James Burton, Debbi Peterson, Roland Orzabal, Tori Amos, Elvis Costello, Jeff Tweedy, and Stuart Murdoch. Happy Birthday, y'all!

Last but certainly not least, we've got a new video! This one is for "Free For All" from The Truth Hurts and uses clips from Among Those Present, a 1921 silent film starring Harold Lloyd. We're pretty happy with how it came out, especially considering we didn't really do much editing to it. It seemed to work just running the song with the existing picture. Take a look:

That's about it. Check back soon!