SOURCE: Warner Bros. Records

July 31, 2006 20:56 ET

Nina Gordon to Release Second Solo Album "Bleeding Heart Graffiti" on August 8th

First-Ever Album From Singer-Songwriter to Be Released on iTunes

BURBANK, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 31, 2006 -- After a six-year hiatus, indie-rock singer-songwriter Nina Gordon returns with her second solo album "Bleeding Heart Graffiti" to be released by Warner Bros. Records on August 8th. Due to high demand for Gordon's music via iTunes, the new album, produced by long-time friend and mentor Bob Rock, who also produced her debut solo album "Tonight and the Rest of My Life," will be her first album made available digitally week of release. Gordon's critically acclaimed "Tonight and the Rest of My Life" was one of the top 10 most searched albums in company with The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Radiohead not on iTunes before it became available on July 11, 2006.

Gordon, an iTunes devotee, is thrilled to finally have her music digitally accessible, stating, "It's great to have my album available on iTunes. It bugged me for years when it wasn't there, especially since iTunes has become my primary source for buying music. I was particularly annoyed when I needed to hear one of my songs, and I had to dig around the basement for a copy of my album so I could add it to my iTunes library and listen to it! I am an instant gratification kind of girl, so having my music on iTunes is especially important to me." The former Veruca Salt singer/guitarist's management company, Q-Prime, also manages Metallica, who infamously refused to allow DSP services like iTunes to carry their music. Their catalogue was released to iTunes and other services for the first time on July 25th.

Contact Information

  • For interview and further information contact:
    Warner Bros. Records Publicity
    Rick Gershon