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"The Sad Song by Cosmos Harvesters on Top 5 Countdown"

The Cosmos Harvesters come in at the #3 spot in the top 5 countdown the week of August 21st 2009.

Overall Weekly Top 5 of Mevio’s Music Network on August 21, 2009

#5 Should Have Known Better by Rob Blackledge Pop Rock
#4 When Im Gone by Cherry Suede Rock
#3 The Sad Song by Cosmos Harvesters Blues Rock
#2 New Dimension by J.E.L.L.i. Indie Rock
#1 Figure It Out by Zemmy Pop

- Mevio's Music Net Work

"Sidetracked Review"

I love this sound....that acoustic hook is haunting.... - LisaKyleROCKS

"Richmond by The Cosmos Harvesters"

WOW !! This is KILLER !!! What a great story in this song....sounds like the? stories my PaPa used to tell me when I was alittle girl...Can't wait to hear more from these guys..... - LisaKyleROCKS


*Tobacco Farmers in Outer Space 1994
*Stumble’in 1997
*Greatest Imperfections 1999
*Blues Locomotive 2007
*Worse Than Ever 2008
*Bring Back the Good Ole Day’s 2009
The Cosmos Harvesters are sold on ITUNES,, Rhapsody, Napster and emusic. Streamed at Music Alley/ Podsafe Music Network. WTQR104.1 New Music. and Jango.Com



True to the craft and love of music.
The Cosmos Harvesters were formed in the early 1990’s as the house band for Fox’s Knob Studio operated by Mitch McCauley, formally with the rock groups “The Beam” and “Gypsy”. James Terrell set in on guitar from 1994-1999. The studio closed in 2000, but reopened in 2006 and Todd Dixon formally with the rock band “Toyz” took up most of the guitar duties. Barry McCauley an award winning Bluegrass Bassist and former drummer with the rock band “The Occupants” has been there for each album. Mitch’s son Jacob McCauley has added backing vocals and some trombone work to their last two disk. Singer Kelly Basden recorded backing vocals on their latest CD. Release expected in October 2009.