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    Tue, 26 Jun 2007 08:57:26

    The Donnas Leave Their Major Label - Who needs the man when the man won't sell records?

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    • The Donnas - LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 08:  Musician/DJ Brett Anderson of The Donnas attends the Johnny Was celebration for Fashion's Night Out at The Grove on September 8, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
    • The Donnas - CENTURY CITY, CA - APRIL 29:  (L-R) Musicians Allison Robertson, Brett Anderson and Maya Ford of the band The Donnas walk the runway at the 18th Annual Race to Erase MS event co-chaired by Nancy Davis and Tommy Hilfiger at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on April 29, 2011 in Century City, California.
    • The Donnas - NEW YORK - AUGUST 13:  Lead singer of The Donnas, Brett Anderson pays tribute to Les Paul at the NBC Experience Store as part of the Gibson Sessions on August 13, 2009 in New York City.

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    Who needs a major label? Not The Donnas, who have steadily built a devoted fanbase thanks to their relentless touring and hard-rock sound. The female foursome have announced their willing departure from Atlantic Records due to the poor promotion of 2004's Gold Medal, which only saw a fraction of the record sales of 2002's Spend the Night. Despite the major change in the Donnas' career, they are touring throughout the fall, with only a few dates scheduled so far. The California girls will release their as-yet-untitled sixth studio album in September on their own label, and have already posted a new song, "Don't Wait Up for Me," on their MySpace page.

    —The ARTISTdirect Staff

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