Ground has been out performing again!
Starting with the very fun appearance at
the Big Bear Mountain Brewery for New
Year's Eve 2004. Please check the Gig
Page for more information.
Also, mixing and mastering work is
completed on "On
the Street" the new Common
Ground CD! Once the artwork is completed,
the CD will be pressed and made
available...hopefully in just a few
weeks. Much of the CD is taken from the
band's live TV appearance in 1985...just
in time for the 20th anniversary of that
With the unfortunate demise of MP3.com,
the Common Ground CDs Joyous
Songs of Sorrow, From
the Cobwebs of Our Minds; and the Cheryl
Cloud CDs, The Songs of
Legacy Highlights are now out of print (we
have a very few copies left...fewer than
5 each). We are looking into other
options, and should Common Ground start
performing again, we will start another
print run on all of them.
Hard Choices, Wings
of Silver, and Live
at the Emu Farm are all still available
at fine record stores everywhere!
the George Harrison tribute CD from
Celtic Ways seems to have disappeared
into the ether...we have received no word
from CW in months. So "Wah Wah"
will be included on the next Common
Ground release, if and when it is
- Common Ground
has a Hit Single!
Common Ground's first national single
release, "Hard Choices", in its
first 2 weeks of release, remains at #3
for "Most Radio Stations Added"
in the New Music Weekly Charts! The song
is currently adding about 6 new radio
stations each week...
12/7 - Cheryl
Cloud's first solo CD released! Just
in time for Christmas...."SONGS OF
CHRISTMAS" Volume One has been
released on mp3.com/CherylCloud.
This CD is taken from a
collection of solo recordings Cheryl did
in 1981. A second volume of this
Christmas collection is also planned.
Plus, we will soon release the two volume
"LEGACY" CD on this page.
12/5/01 Cheryl Cloud's first
solo CD of original material, "Legacy"
is completed and available! See the
discography page for more details.
Ground now has their own recording studio!
The first project is a recording of
"Wah Wah" by George Harrison
which is slated to appear on a tribute CD
of the late musician's material. The
release of the tribute CD has been
delayed. Note from
"Since we are not putting the CD
together, I have no control over the
release date. The last we heard,
"Wah Wah" was VERY well
received and was slated to be the opening
track. Word is, the delay has to do with
Major Label negotiations; I have no idea
what that means!