Posts Tagged ‘2010’

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Conscripted Youth EP

November 26, 2016

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Band: Conscripted Youth
Demo Release: Leather and Plaid
Year: Circa 2010
Home: (Chatham/Blenhiem)
Genre: punk/ska

Members:
Dano Demaeyer – Vocals / Guitar (16)
Thomas Ayres – Vocals / Bass (17)
John O’Rourke – Vocals / Drums (15)

Tracks
1 Intro/Seven Days
2 Or Anyother Day
3 The Government Will Fall
4 Zed- Oh- Ee!
5 Leather and Plaid

Notes:
* Began working on their second EP Washed Up On Shore (6 tracks).

Links:
* Youtube link here.
* facbook link here.
* Listen to the demo here.
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Tom Lockwood Band 2010

November 22, 2011

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Band: Tom Lockwood Band
Year: Circa 2010
Home: Chatham Ontario
Genre: Blues focused

Members:
Dan Taylor – Vocals
Tom Lockwood – Guitar
Mark Wolfe – Drums
Brent Hunter – Bass
Mark Tremblay – Keyboards

Website: http://www.tomlockwoodguitar.ca/

Note: Live performance is at the heart of Tom’s musical career. Over the years, he has played thousands of gigs at clubs, concerts, festivals and corporate events.
He has a concert series in his home town of Chatham and hosts the annual CK Guitar Summit.
Among the many highlights are two that stand out: Being among the musicians who represented Canada at the Organization of American States conference in 2000 and playing live on a nationwide broadcast on CBC’s Disc Drive on Canada Day 2005.

Songwriter/teacher/guitarist Tom Lockwood has been playing guitar for more than 40 years. Lockwood works every conceivable genre especially blues with The Tom Lockwood Band. He has been a mainstay on the south-western Ontario music scene since relocating to Chatham, Ontario from Detroit, Michigan in 1977. Lockwoods music spans a diverse spectrum and has been used in television and radio productions in 22 countries worldwide.

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Jessica Allossery 2010 Learn CD

March 13, 2011

Artist: Jessica Allossery
Release: Learn
Year: 2010
Genre: Folk, Folk-Jazz
Home: Chatham-Kent (Kent Bridge)

Notes:
Jessica started her music career with piano, playing at the young age of 6. Jessica is also cousins with Brian Allossery, who released one of the best local records in 2009 (You can find it on the Chatham Music Archive)

Tracks
1.Abc’s, 2.Bill, 3.Stay the Night, 4.Change the World

Musicians
Dean McKey – Drums
Mike Whissell – Guitar (Electric, Acoustic, Bass, Banjo and Ukulele)
Larry Thompson – Keys
Steve Malison – Tenor Sax

Buy the CD online here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/allossery

Website links
http://www.jessicaallossery.com/

Photography by: Joshua Tuckwell


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Square Root Of Margaret 2010

October 11, 2010

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Band: Square Root Of Margaret
Release: WYSiWYG
Year: 2010
Home: Chatham-Kent
Genre: Psychedelic, Indie, Pop

Go to this link; http://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/wysiwyg/id392801293
to purchase Square Root of Margaret’s new album on itunes. Only $6.93

Members:
Po Kadot (Brian) – Guitar, Vox, Synth
Josh Brisco Esq. – Guitar
DenDen 7 (Dennis) – Bass, Tape Manipulation
Ben Srokosz – Drums, Percussion, Vox
Eric Welton – Synth, Guitar, Vox, etc…

Tracks:
1 What You See Is What You Get 
2 Hallucinate Your Holidays 
3 Attack of the Giant Problem Vs. The Creature From The Planet Of The Incredible Shrinking Solution
4 Deep Dark Atmosphere 
5 So Far Gone 
6 Turn It On Tonight 
7 The Cream of Dreams

Notes: This is the first with Ben (on drums) and Eric (Synth). The group has been releasing demos since 1994 and has been a staple of the indie scene in Southern Ontario, as well as touring across Canada a few times.

Video CD Preview below.

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Discography
Casual Man-Slayer1994  (Link)
Bleen Cassette – 1995 (Link)
Compilation CD – Slow Children Playing – 1995 (Link

BURST OF BREEDIN’ – 1997 (Link)
Heard Music Playing – 1999 (Link)
Endless Rotation – 2001 (Link) (Download)
Levitation Days – 2004 (Link)
Outer Spaces – 2005 (Link)
Cloud Nine Revisited – 2006 (Link) (Download)
Teragram Photeur – 2007 (Link) (Download)
TIME MACHINES Box Set Vol. 1 – 2008
TIME MACHINES Box Set Vol. 2 – 2009
Compilation – Basement Champions Vol. 1 2009 (Link)

WYSiWYG – 2010 (Download)

Visit S.R.O.M. online here, here, or here.

Email your pics & info to: chatham_music_archive@hotmail.com 

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Jade Lester CD 2010

August 23, 2010

Singer: Jade Lester
CD Release: Love’s Funny That Way
Year: 2010
Home: Chatham Ontario
Genre: Country/Pop

Notes: Jade Lester (19) Just released her first album in April 2010. She performs with the local crew ‘The O’Hara Brothers Band’. Material for this album was written by top songwriters from Ontario, to Nashville to LA. Jade is currently attending high school at Chatham-Kent Secondary School.
 Jade began singing country music at age six, winning many awards through out the years since then. She has also become active as an actress in many local theatre productions in the past few years.

Produced by Will Haas at Willyboy recording studios in London.

Visit her website here or here.

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Rock Stock 2010

August 9, 2010

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Event: Rock Stock
Where: Tecumseh Park, Chatham Ontario
When: Aug. 13th & 14th 2010
Note: proceeds to benefit the Heart & Stroke Foundation.
Price: $30 a night, or $45 for both.

Website: http://www.rockstockconcert.com/

Note: This will be the third annual Rock Stock. The first two years were held at the Chatham Airport.

Line-up  Aug. 13th
The Doors
Time (Windsor Band)
The Long Lots (Local)
Redinger
The Standstills
Songs From A Room

Line-up Aug. 14th
Big Sugar
Thornley
Marginal Potency (local)
The Cause… If Anything (Local)
Forclosure (Local)
S.U.D.S. (Local)
Mic Lordz (Windsor)
Dead End Charlie (Local)

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Chatham Capitol Theatre 2010

July 21, 2010

Venue: Chatham Capitol Theatre
City: Chatham Ontario Canada
Year: 2010
Address: 238 KING ST W
Visit their website here.

The Chatham Capitol Theatre is a 1214-seat entertainment venue in the heart of downtown Chatham, Ontario. The theatre first opened as a movie house in 1930 and has recently undergone a reconstruction to become a first-rate destination for live entertainment. The theatre will open its doors to the public in summer/fall of 2010.

The Capitol features a deluxe new balcony with 455 seats in addition to 759 seats on the orchestra level. The 65-foot fly tower and state-of-the-art rigging allows for larger scale and more technically advanced productions. The orchestra pit is designed for the optimal acoustic experience and can also be raised to floor or stage level as desired.

The theatre features art deco detailing throughout with gilded décor, opera boxes, an ornate ceiling, and much more. It is equipped with three lounges, an elevator, and is fully accessible.

2010 performers include: Bill Cosby, Howie Mandel, Great Big Sea, Chantal Kreviazuk, Michelle Wright,  Josh Turner (Country Star), Corb Lund, Colm Wilkinson, The Rankin Family & more.

History:
Late 1927
– The dream of a new modern theatre in the downtown core of Chatham was begun by Charles Hadley, a prominent businessman in the city.

April 11, 1930 – Mayor Burton L. Bedford formally opened the new Capitol Theatre and dedicated it as the Palace of Pastime to a sold out audience. With a seating capacity of 1500, it was one of the largest theatres in Western Ontario. The opening night feature was the musical comedy “Sally” staring Marilyn Miller.

The next 20 years – The Theatre seating capacity was reduced to 1,000 seats and many minor renovations were undertaken, such as the relocation of the ticket booth from inside to outside the theatre.

1975 – The largest renovation took place when the theatre was split down the centre into two cinemas of 472 seats each, thus bringing the total seats down to 944.

1992 – Famous Players Theatre abandoned the property as a viable movie theatre and the City of Chatham purchased the property.

November 1995 – The Chatham Capitol Theatre Coalition made a proposal to save the theatre and restore it as an entertainment venue. The Coalition was later incorporated as a not-for-profit organization and obtained Registered Charitable status in August 1996.

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