Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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October 9, 2013

Plain Jane releases new extended play recording

GLASGOW — Plain Jane, a local progressive band, will release its new extended play recording at the end of the month.

The EP features three tracks, which are all original and were recorded at Music Is Me on Reynolds Road.

One song from the EP, “When I Die [Call Me Ziggy Stardust],” has already been released.

“The song received 2,000 plays in one day, and has received very positive feedback from anyone that I come in contact with,” said guitarist Cody Wooten.

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