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The Wooldridge Brothers, DAYS WENT AROUND musicians: Mr. Media Radio Interview

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The Wooldridge Brothers write circles around Mr Media with new album, Days Went Around!

The Wooldridge Brothers have a new album out, Days Went Around.

After a DIY cassette grabbed the attention of REM producer Scott Litt, Scott and Brian found some music business support. They went on to put out Skeleton Keys and Star of Desire on Don’t Records (Willy Porter, Citizen King). These albums garnered them a spot at SXSW and that landed them a deal with Windswept Pacific (now Bug Music).

Star of Desire did very well in the music publishing world, and set them up for their next album. Uncovering The Sun was released in 1998 on Don't Records in the States, and Blue Rose Records in Europe. Critics liked Uncovering The Sun and again it did well in film and TV, but it never got to the general public’s ears.

In 2008, the brothers wrote a new batch of tunes and headed into the studio. The result is the fresh and classic Days Went Around.