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We are pleased to inform you that John Williams and Mike Harmeier have been selected as a semi-finalist in the 2006 International Songwriting Competition (ISC) for the song "Goldheart" in the Folk/Singer-Songwriter category. Congratulations to them on this outstanding achievement! The selection process this year was an extremely challenging, yet enjoyable one due to the many excellent entries received. The 2006 finalists will be selected from the group of semi-finalists and announced on February 1, 2007. - International Songwriting Competition


Results are in from ZigZagLive.com! 1. Phil and the Osophers
2. Blanks
3. The Come Latelys
4. Shiloe
5. Boulevard
6. Silent Service
7. The Walkup
8. The Junior Panthers
9. The Dents.
Thanks again to everyone who voted for us and helped us land in the top 3! The Come Latelys - The Come Latelys Newsletter


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Like A Newborn-EP

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The Come Latelys began with singer-songwriter John Williams, and multi-instrumentalist Mike Harmeier. In the winter of 2005, after releasing an alt. country EP recorded in their Austin home, they recruited a rhythm section in friends Kyle Ponder and Matt Smith. Within a month of heavy gigging at venues like the Saxon Pub and Ruta Maya, the Come Latelys were selected by the "Zig-Zag Live Club Tour" for a showcase at Austin's Emo's with Oakley Hall and Constantines. "The Come Latelys’ slowed-down but jazzed-up alt-country will break your heart and make you fall in love at the same time."- said Zig-Zag. Since then, the Come Latelys have adapted their sound to the Austin live music scene, exploring the more epic side of their indie rock and country mix. Recently, the Come Latelys filmed a DVD at the Saxon Pub showcasing their new style. While always experimenting with new musicians and styles, the Come Latelys' future looks very bright.