BLACK 'N BLUE's 'One Night Only - Live!' Available Exclusively Via UME DIGITAL

UMe Digital, the world's first all-digital download label from a major music company, is offering BLACK 'N BLUE's "One Night Only - Live!" album for download via its newly launched online service.

A hard rock band from the Pacific Northwest, BLACK 'N BLUE boasted four albums in the '80s for Geffen Records, produced by such heavyweights as Gene Simmons (KISS), Dieter Dierks (SCORPIONS), and Bruce Fairbairn (AEROSMITH). With MTV favorite "Hold On To 18" and songs such as "Without Love", "Miss Mystery", "Nasty, Nasty", "I Want It All, I Want It Now", "Does She Or Doesn't She", and "Live It Up",
BLACK 'N BLUE helped define the decade of metal. "One Night Only - Live!", produced by Pat Regan (DEEP PURPLE, RAINBOW), is a recording of a one-off reunion show staged by Portland, Oregon's favorite hard rock sons at that city's Key Largo club on Halloween 1997.

UMe Digital presents an auspicious opportunity for artists who are between deals and those who have deals but own their recording masters, particularly for live and/or acoustic tracks and previously unreleased recordings such as outtakes and demos. An artist may release a CD on one label and release other product via UMe Digital.

UMe Digital will be available at all of the top online retailers and music services, including Apple iTunes Music Store, Napster, Tower Records Online, Microsoft Music Service, Virgin Digital, MusicNet, Liquid/, Real/Rhapsody, MusicMatch, MusicNow, Sony-Connect, FYE online, and


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