Gluehorse bassist Kevin McGuire has left the band for college in San Diego. Filling his boots is former roadie Dan Damone. “Roadies make good musicians. It’s the classic Eddie Vedder story—roadie to rock star,” says guitarist Jerad Eisenberg. After Damone learns a few more songs, Gluehorse plans to head into the studio to record a 14-track CD. Tentative names for the CD are Black Out City or That’s a Twenty-Bitch. … Saddle Tramps will be recording live album material at Great Basin Brewing Company 9 p.m. Sept. 13. The album will include 13 songs and will be titled Bedwetter. Its release is slated for Feb. 22, 2004 and will be their first full-length release on Split Seven Records.