Posts Tagged ‘2005’

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The Singing Teentones 2005

January 31, 2011

 

Group: The Singing Teentones
Year: 2005
Home: Chatham Ontario
Style: Church Choir Group
Formed: 1961
Members: 14

Members included
Gary Kivel, Bob Hillman, Linsa Soloman, Carol Anne Mackness, Becky Spicer, Former members John and Ruth Cornelius (currently back from Africa mission work)

This year marks the 40th anniversary since their debut record was released. That album was recorded in 1965. This year is the groups second reunion.

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howdareyou 2005

January 16, 2011
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Band: howdareyou
Release: Tanlines and Bruises
Circa 2005
Genre: Metal
Home: Chatham/London Ontario

Members:
DERKE: guitar
M.O.P.: guitar, vocals
JENNER: vocals, percussion, guitar, noise
K-C: drums, percussion
Topes: bass, vocals, keyboard, guitars

PAST MEMBERS:
Mark John: Drums
Kallyoons: Bass, vocals, guitar, programming
Marucci: Drums, percussion

Notes
: Local members also played in the band The Greys and Egoseed.
Visit Them Online here and here.

Watch their video below.

If video does not appear, watch it here.

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Jef Kearns Four 2005

May 16, 2010

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Band: Jef Kearns Four
Year: 2005
Genre: Jazz Covers
Home: Chatham

Members:
Jef Kearns – Wood wind
Andy Tattersall – Guitar
Bob Hiltz – Bass
Scott Meriano – Drums
Sarah Hiltz – Vocals

Notes: The band can be found playing the Metro Lounge (Chatham) every Thursday. The band includes highly skilled individual players who have come together to perform Jazz music.

Visit Jef online here.

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The Laws – Another Road and a Live CD (2005)

July 24, 2009

 

Artists: The Laws
Two Releases:  1. Another Road. 2. Live @ the Camp St. Cafe
Year: 2005
Connection: John Law was born in Chatham Ontario.

John Law – vocals, guitar, mandolin
Michele Law – vocals, bass
Note:
” … terrific harmonies and strong song writing from an Ontario husband/wife duo at the crossroads of country, folk and bluegrass. ” The Montreal Gazette

   The Laws worked Canada tirelessly, coast to coast, heeding the advice of musician friends who told them, “Stay in Canada and really work on your stage performance,” as Michele recalls. At the same time, they were building a repertoire of original songs to comprise the bulk of their live set. For three years they worked Canada and Australia, then made their fateful 2003 trip to Texas. By that time they had a second album (Two) out, which was followed in 2005 by two more long players, Another Road, a studio effort, and a live album recorded in Crockett, Texas, Live @ The Camp St. Café.
Another Road 2005 Release:
Songs include: Six String and a Song, Texas Callin’
Long Way From Gone, Let’s Pretend, Wondering If There’s More,
I Turn To You, I’m Falling, Another Road, Dreams 
Your Only One, Lovers Tune

Live @ the Camp St. Cafe – 2005 Release:
Songs include: Long Way From Gone,  Six tring and a Song,
Beaumont Rag, Stone, Glass and Wood,
 I Turn To You, Your Only One, Every Humble Knee,
Texas Callin’,Dreams, Lovers Tune, Believe Our Love,
Holes in My Shoes

Click on the video below to hear samples from the CD.

If video does not appear, watch it here.

 Visit them here, here and here.

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