STELLAR TUESDAY Eric Hauptman: Vocals, Guitar Anne Thitipraserth: Bass, Vocals, Piano Jimmi Kane: Drums With influences ranging from the glitter rock of Ziggy Stardust-era David Bowie to the current emo/pop of Jimmy Eat World, Stellar Tuesday continues to win new fans with each show they play and every spin they receive. Over the winter, Stellar Tuesday was selected to be part of the 'Urban Noise, Vol. 1 - Traffic' compilation. In it's first week alone, the compilation was played on 127 radio stations nationwide - the number two most added album on the CMJ college radio charts, just behind Tori Amos. Supported by McGathy Radio Promotions, it entered the CMJ Top 200 at number 188, a significantly high entry for a compilation of unsigned bands. Stellar Tuesday's single, 'Last Goodbye,' continues to be played on a number of college radio stations throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Vermont and Connecticut. A number of commercial radio stations have also shown their support for the group. Specialty programs such as southern New Jersey's B98.5Æs 'Sunday Night Rocks' Middletown, New York's 92.7/96.9 FM's 'On Stage,' and WKZE 98.1 FM's 'Off-The-Beat-n-Track' (broadcast throughout northwest Connecticut, the southern Berkshires of Massachusetts, and the mid-Hudson Valley of NY) have all recently featured Stellar Tuesday. Well-known Long Island radio personality, Harlan Friedman, spins 'Last Goodbye' on The Bone 98.5 FM and The Box 107.1 FM, and the band can also be regularly heard on 92.9 Rock and Stars Z93.3, two Clear Channelâ?¢ radio stations based in upstate New York. After self-producing a five-song EP in May 2003, Stellar Tuesday began working with Grammyâ?¢ nominated producer, Steve Addabbo (Suzanne Vega, Shawn Colvin), whose experience has taken the group's sound to a new level. The group completed recording four songs under Addabbo's guidance which showcase their musicianship, post-punk attitude, and honest emotion. With their rapidly growing fan base and the support of radio and music publications worldwide, the group plans to continue recording and performing regularly while shopping for a record label's support. Contact: Terri F. Baker, Esq. 212.245.6221 Steve Addabbo 212.366.6690.