So why are multi-awarded singer-songwriters Kitchie Nadal and Barbie Almalbis, alternative rock band Rocksteddy and new all-star rock ensemble Save Me Hollywood releasing their new music under a smallish, indie label called12Stone Records?
Kitchie has been with 12Stone since 2003.
Barbie is set to follow-up her 2010 solo album with a new one for the label.
Rocksteddy continues to gig under 12Stone even while individual members pursue other interests.
And the all-star Save Me Hollywood—with Carlos “Calde” Calderon of ChicoSci, Kenneth of April Morning Sky and Melvin of Typecast with former MYX VJ and Meg Magazine model winner Julz Savard—could’ve signed up with a bigger label but didn’t.
Rounding up the 12Stone roster are kid punk group Absolute Play and up-and-coming singer-songwriter Ruth Legaspi.
Punk’s not dead
Maybe it’s about who heads up 12Stone.
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