DOHENY: New Demo Track Gets Radio Airplay

A final mix of the latest DOHENY track "California" was played on Indie 103.1 FM earlier in the week. The track, recorded by producer Scott Humphrey (ROB ZOMBIE, POWERMAN 5000, TOMMY LEE) last week is the third DOHENY track to get air time on daytime radio.

Commented DOHENY guitarist Billy Morrison (ex-THE CULT bassist): "The collaboration with Scott has been a fruitful one for all of us and we're talking about doing more work together. Those if you that were tuned into Indie 103.1 to hear it will know that 'California' sounds great and I know we're all looking forward to being able to work together again."

DOHENY, who are currently unsigned, are rounded out by singer Jon "J.S." Clayden (ex-PITCHSHIFTER), rhythm guitarist Sean Kipe, bassist Tony Freddo and drummer Colin LaRocque.

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