JB On KSM Webshow
BURBANK, Calif.–(Business Wire)–
KSM has been selected for this week’s highly coveted iTunes Single of the Week,
beginning today. “Read Between the Lines,” the first single and title track of
the teen rock quintet`s debut album, is available as a free download on iTunes
this week. In addition, the full album Read Between the Lines is available for
digital purchase exclusively on iTunes starting today, one week prior to the physical album release date of September 22.
Currently wrapping a U.S. club tour opening for Mitchel Musso, KSM has been
building momentum for the impending release of their debut. Written and produced
by Matthew Gerrard and Robbie Nevil, recorded and performed entirely by KSM,
Read Between the Lines is the debut CD for the all-female teen quintet. Together
for two years, KSM was initially mentored by The GoGo’s. KSM is: bassist Sophia Melon (18), drummer Kate Cabebe (18), lead guitarist Shae Padilla (18), rhythmguitarist Katie Cecil (16) and lead singer Shelby Cobra (16).
The band’s 20-part reality-based web series, “KSM: Read Between the Lines
Presented by ACUVUE Brand Contact Lenses,” premiered last month
(www.teen.com/KSM and http://www.ksm.acuvue.com). From the executive producers of
“Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream” and “Jonas Brothers 3D Concert Experience,”
the series documents the formation of KSM, the girls’ personal and professional
successes, and life on the road. On September 18, Jonas Brothers make a special
appearance in the web series.
Most recently, on September 12 KSM and Mitchel Musso performed an online concert
live from New York’s Fillmore Auditorium with Ustream on Facebook and broke new
ground by broadcasting in 16:9 HD. The event featured the concert and backstage
interviews, and streamed live on both bands’ Facebook Pages using the Ustream on
Facebook application. The broadcast resulted in nearly 200,000 total views and
47,000 viewer hours.
KSM`s Read Between the Lines will be available exclusively on iTunes September
15 and on September 22 wherever music is sold.