|“Between Here and Now” Now available!
The new album “Between Here and Now” is now available for download on iTunes and the SGD official store.
“Today is the day we’ve been waiting for. It’s been over 2 years since we released our last album, “Love Gone Mad” and we are excited to share these new songs with the world. We put a lot of heart and soul into this EP and hopefully these songs will speak to you. If you like what you hear help us out by sharing, tweeting, Facebooking etc to your family and friends. We appreciate all your love and support!”- Joey, Chris and Michael
Rockin’ on the Docks
For more information and dates visit www.starsgodim.com.
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