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THE COWSILLS release GLOBAL
...establish Internet presence
with ROBIN RECORDS

For Immediate Release

The Cowsills, one of America’s first families of rock, who back in the late ‘60's were riding the pop charts with such million-sellers as The Rain, The Park and Other Things, Indian Lake and Hair, and were the inspiration behind The Partridge Family, have released their first CD for Robin Records on the World Wide Web. GLOBAL by The Cowsills (available at cowsill.com) consists of 11 original power-pop songs with lots of vocals and great melodies.

The band consists of brothers Bob, Paul and John Cowsill and sister Susan along with Robby Scharf on bass.

"We believe that the Internet is the new frontier" said Bob Cowsill. "We are thrilled to be here and we’re here by choice." The CD will be available at robinrecords.com and cowsill.com.

Jim Ferrari, President of Robin Records (robinrecords.com) believes also. "We want to be players in the power-pop world. We feel Global by The Cowsills best exemplifies that great power pop sound that’s full of melodies and great singing, and let me tell you, there’s nobody singing like this out there right now."

Look for The Cowsills on television, radio and in the press since the marketing strategy revolves around those venues.

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E-mail: info@robinrecords.com

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