Star-filled “Band From TV” offers its newest album for $1.99 today only

bandfromtvFans of House, Heroes, Desperate Housewives … and, well, former Bachelor Bob Guiney … wanna hear your favorite stars wail on the mic and the guitar, tickle the ivories, and more?

On October 21, will offer Band From TV’s hit album, “Hoggin’ All The Covers” to be downloaded for just $1.99. It’s the Deal of the Day on

The Band From TV lineup includes a powerhouse of well-known actors including Greg Grunberg (drums), currently starring in NBC’s Heroes; Hugh Laurie (keyboards and vocals), star of the FOX hit House, James Denton (guitar and vocals), currently starring in Desperate Housewives; Bob Guiney (vocals) who appeared on The Bachelor and is currently seen on the Game Show Network Live; and Jesse Spencer (violin) also of FOX’s House.

Rounding out the band are accomplished musicians Chris Kelley, Barry Sarna, Jon Sarna, Chris Mostert and child-star turned bass player Brad Savage.

Some of the songs on the album include, “Piece of My Heart,” “You Really Got Me,” “Will It Go Round in Circles,” “Feelin’ Alright,” “Viva Las Vegas” “Lean on Me,” “Hard to Handle” and “Mustang Sally.”

A portion of the proceeds raised from Band From TV gigs, plus DVD, CD and music downloads, is donated to a select group of charities chosen by each member of the band. Greg Grunberg supports the National Epilepsy Foundation and Hugh Laurie supports Save the Children. James Denton works with The Conservation Fund. Bob Guiney supports The Art of Elysium. And Bonnie Somerville performs for the Child Abuse Prevention Program and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Band From TV has performed on American Idol Gives Back and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Noteworthy stars who have jammed with the band include John Mayer, Hayden Panettiere and Teri Hatcher.

For more information on Band From TV and its charitable efforts, visit

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