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Myers Brothers and the Jubilaires 1969

December 8, 2009

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Band: The Myers Brothers and the Jubilaires
Year: 1969
Home: Chatham Ontario
Genre: Country .

Members:
Ray Myers – Vocals and acoustic Guitar
Ray Trahan – Drums
Oscar Demers – Lead guitar
Roland Myers – Bass and vocals
Roland Lozon – Second lead guitar, fiddle

 The group release a bunch of singles on record this year including originals such as “I Don’t Need You Anymore”, “I’m So Lonely”, Teardrops-Heartaches”, and “I Can’t Stand This Silence Any Longer”.

  In 1973 they completed an eleven day tour with the Donna Fargo Show as back-up band for Jan Howard. Miss Howard was noted as saying “The Myers Bros. And the Jubilaires” were one of the best Canadian Country and Western groups she has had the pleasure of working with. It  is references such as this that keep the group in constant demand.
  Circa 1969-1974, the band has performed with or backed up such artists as Marty Robbins (over 20 times), Hank Snow (over 20 times),  Skeeter Davis, Charlie Walker, Minnie Pearl, Gordy Tapp, and Ronnie Robbins.

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One comment

  1. I was in grade 8 when these songs were done & was very proud & bragged about my Uncle Oscar Demers. A young 14 yr. old Paul Franklin played steel guitar on these sessions…Rene



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