Some fathers build treehouses with their kids. Robert Ellis Orrall built a record label. Soon after the boys began working to put out other bands’ recordings they started cutting their own, and Jeff the Brotherhood was born.
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Rebecca Black’s official “Friday” music video has been taken off YouTube.
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