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"Glassapple on "U Heard It Here First" Compilation"

April 21, 2006:

Glassapple: made "U Heard It Here First: The Best in Independent Music: Volume 1"

Groove Rock is working with the VH1 Save the Music Foundation and the CD will be included in the goody bags for the event VH1 Rock Honors, this May 31st.

The VH1 Rock Honors event honors rocks greatest bands from Queen, KISS, Def Leppard etc.

Over 20 celebrities will get the CD along with Groove Rock Gear merchandise.

In addition to over 200 MTV and VH1 executives and their investors along with the press.

Glassapple will receive 12 free copies of the compilation CD, including their album cover in the cd art and the link to their website or myspace in the liner of the cd.

In addition, Glassapple's song will be played on Groove Rock Radio.

- Groove Rock

"The Underscore"

August 7, 2006

Glassapple came into The UnderScore in NYC like a runaway train and put on a great performance playing to the crowd and keeping everyone in the room in awe. Great show and we look foward to working with them again.

Keith Pro, President of NoBetta Booking - Keith Pro

"School rocks for hospice"

Wednesday 7th April 2004:

Students from Haberdashers' Aske's School for Boys raised £800 at a recent Battle of The Bands' competition. Seven bands competed in the rock and roll competition which was held during the school's lunch break. The winning band Glassapple wowed the audience with their original sound and the prize-winning rockers are set to play at a series of venues throughout Hertfordshire and North London. Chris Glanville from the school said the musical standard was excellent. "All of the bands that took part were very good and it's interesting that a lot of the band members also play in the school orchestra. It shows they can transfer their musical talent from a more classical sound to rock and pop," he said. He added that pupils from the school spent a weekend setting up the stage and that all money raised will go towards the North London Children's Hospice.

- The Borehamwood & Elstree Times

"Overload Coven"

July 12, 2006

Glassapple's "Open Door" has been selected to be on...

The Overload Coven broadcasts 24 hours, 7 days a week and has a worldwide audience, with nearly 70% of our listeners living in Europe. We currently accept music from artists world wide in all forms of metal, gothic, hardcore/metalcore, industrial, and hard rock genres.

- Paul

"Glassapple's "Listen to Me" track makes MvyRadio Local MusiCafe"

May 10, 2006 = Glassapple's "Listen to Me track has been accepted for inclusion on's Local MusiCafe!

In 2005 alone, there were more than 400,000 mp3 downloads from the LMC! mvyradio is consistently ranked within the top 15 most streamed internet radio stations in the world. They regularly play LMC Featured Artists on the Local MusiCafe show which is broadcast on the air and webcast Sundays at 8pm EST. In short, the Local MusiCafe is a great resource for bands looking for exposure.

You can view Glassapple under "Featured Artist" listings which can be found on the Local MusiCafe's homepage at - MvyRadio Local MusiCafe


Glassapple: Single Version
Released: August 2005

Available for purchase at and other leading online stores.

We have several internet stations playing our music. Please visit search for Glassapple


Feeling a bit camera shy


With the line-up complete in 2003 when James took a seat behind the drums, Glassapple already had a mountain of songs to wade through. It wasn’t pop, and wasn’t rock, and the songs’ tormented edge that meant soaring choruses, vocal harmonies, insidiously melodic guitar lines and lyrics that move from dark to light and back again, make fitting into a category a difficult task. Simple love songs hold strange twists, and general laments on society are reconciled with beguiling simplicity. Jamie and Dean formed the band in early 2001 and, with an equal passion to come up with memorable and captivating tunes, the songs developed in earnest. As much as time allowed, the band gigged the London area in 2003-04 before the call of University sent Jamie to Edinburgh, Dean and Michael to Nottingham and James to Sunderland. But, undeterred, and with the independent release of 3-track EP See Through last year, the band will be recording in London their as-yet-untitled debut album this Summer before they embark upon a tour of the East Coast of the US, with hopefully a UK-release in the not too distant future.