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What do King Crimson, Steven Wilson, and Circuline Have in Common?

Circuline manager Thomas Palmieri, Darin Brannon, William "Billy" Spillane, attorney Ronald Bienstock, Natalie Brown, and Andrew Colyer. Absent from the photo is bassist Paul Ranieri.

Circuline manager Thomas Palmieri, Darin Brannon, William “Billy” Spillane, attorney Ronald Bienstock, Natalie Brown, and Andrew Colyer. Absent from the photo is bassist Paul Ranieri.

The answer is:  veteran entertainment attorney Ronald Bienstock.

Circuline Music, LLC has just signed veteran entertainment attorney Ronald Bienstock!  (Ron also happens to be a badass bass player.)  Ron’s entertainment law firm has a wealth of knowledge and clients, including:  King Crimson, Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Steven Wilson, Leslie West, Beth Hart, and many instrument manufacturers.  This is a very exciting step for this “growing band”!

Also in the above photo is new Circuline manager Thomas Palmieri.  We are so happy and grateful to have Tom as an addition to the team!

Circuline Studio Album Update – August 2015

Circuline’s second album is slated for a March 2016 release date!  Andrew Colyer (keyboards/vocals/sound design), Darin Brannon (drums/keyboards) and William “Billy” Spillane (guitars/vocals) are working in The Cave, composing and recording the second album.  Here are some photos from the August writing and recording sessions.

Andrew Colyer and Darin Brannon working on Circuline's second album in The Cave.

Andrew Colyer and Darin Brannon working on Circuline’s second album.

William "Billy" Spillane working on guitar parts for Circuline's second album.

William “Billy” Spillane working on guitar parts for Circuline’s second album.

Andrew Colyer's Circuline workstation at The Cave.

Andrew Colyer’s Circuline workstation at The Cave.

Darin Brannon between the keys at The Cave.

Darin Brannon between the keys at The Cave.

Circuline's Andrew Colyer mans the computer during recording sessions in The Cave.

Andrew Colyer mans the computer during recording sessions in The Cave.

William "Billy" Spillane plays a custom guitar built by his brother.

William “Billy” Spillane plays a custom guitar built by his brother.

Darin Brannon writing at the keyboard for Circuline's second album.

Darin Brannon writing at the keyboard for Circuline’s second album.

Andrew Colyer and Darin Brannon recording Circuline's second album in The Cave.

Andrew and Darin recording Circuline’s second album in The Cave.

Circuline Guitarist Bill Shannon Moves On

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We would like to announce that founding member, guitarist Bill Shannon has decided to move on to other life projects.  We can’t thank Bill enough for his contributions to Circuline’s debut album, RETURN.  

For those who don’t know, Bill not only furnished all the guitar tracks for the debut album, he was also solely responsible for the band’s logo and all artistic design of merchandise, posters, and all other advertising:  BillShannonArt.com

Undeniably, Bill’s talents were integral to the success of our debut album, RETURN, and he will be missed.  He is a great guy and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

As the saying goes, “when one door closes, another opens…”  Fortunately for us, not just one door, but a few have opened!  Randy McStine and Matt Dorsey have agreed to ‘return’ with their talents as guest artists for the second album, and there will be more guest star surprises to be revealed soon…

Change is good.