After 5 records with his platinum selling band Fastball, Miles Zuniga is set to release his first solo album These Ghosts Have Bones on his label 33 1/3 Records (via Redeye Distribution) on September 27, 2011. Approved for downloading, share “Marfa Moonlight” from the Media/Music Download section at http://www.mileszuniga.com/ During a hiatus from Fastball in 2009, singer/guitarist Miles Zuniga joined a Sunday night residency at Austin, TX’s Saxon Pub with Austin TX stalwarts, The Resentments. Different musicians floated in and out but most nights featured Bruce Hughes (Bob Schneider, Jason Mraz) on bass and John Chipman (Band of Heathens) behind the drum kit. Miles Zuniga reflects, “This weekly gig proved to be a great incubator for the album. I was able to try new songs out in front of a live audience. Songs don't always get the reaction you imagine. Some go over great, some fall flat. I like to say songs are like children, some go to Harvard, some go to prison.” The album covers a wide range of styles from the opening pop opus "Marfa Moonlight" to the achingly sad acoustic closer, "You Can't Break My Heart". Enlisting Hughes and Chipman, Zuniga started recording his solo album in the summer of 2010. Coming off of the end of a 10 year marriage, the writing and recording proved therapeutic. Zuniga continues, "Waking up in an empty house, it was nice to have somewhere to go. My basic attitude was that I would get the record done with whoever was able to come in that day. In the end it was mostly me, Bruce and John, but some other folks came down to lend a hand." That included rising star Kat Edmonson, Guitarists Kevin McKinney and Jeff Plankenhorn (Courtyard Hounds) and Justin Sherburn (Okkervil River) on keyboard. The album was mixed by Bob Clearmountain. Check out his website for a download of Marfa Moonlight Forgot to add there will be a vinyl release as well.