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The Cherry Bluestorms

‘90s A&M recording artist Deborah Gee met ex-Dickies guitarist Glen Laughlin in a North Hollywood coffeehouse. Upon discovering their mutual love for ‘60’s guitar-based melodic rock, they formed The Cherry Bluestorms and recorded their debut album, Transit of Venus. TOV was acclaimed in L.A. Weekly, Glasswerk UK, Powerpopaholic, Goldmine, San Diego Troubadour, Not Lame and Absolute Powerpop. It also made David Bash’s Top 100 albums of 2007. TOV was followed by The Bluestorms’ ambitious song cycle Bad Penny Opera. Bash placed BPO No. 22 for 2013. BPO again garnered praise domestically, but also received rave reviews from overseas, including Nerdalicious, Liverpool Sound & Vision, Spin It or Bin It, Gonzo Reviews, Sister Bluebird and others. The band just released their first vinyl single “See No Evil b/w Dear Prudence”. SNE got its first spin on KROQ by "Mayor of the Sunset Strip" Rodney Bingenheimer on the Rodney on the ROQ radio show July 18, 2016. Rodney has also been playing the band’s version of “Baby You’re A Rich Man” from Transit of Venus.

“Violent Heart” from TOV and “A True Heart Wears A Thorny Crown” from BPO were placed in hit TV shows (list available upon request). Gee is tracking her second solo album, Geeology, with Laughlin co-producing. The Bluestorms have shared stages with Eric Dover’s Sextus, Irish Power Pop icons Pugwash, The Pop. Laughlin has played w/ P.F. Sloan, Dewey Martin’s Buffalo Springfield Again, David Swanson/The Pop and Eden Everly. Gee’s drummer for 3 years on her solo project was Alan Myers from Devo.