Posts Tagged ‘fletcher’

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Lee Resistant – 2015 – Standing Down The Waves

November 14, 2015

Artist: Lee Resistant
Release: Standing Down The Waves
Date: Feb. 19th, 2015
Home: Chatham, Ontario
Genre: Acoustic Punk

Tracks:
01. I Belong To England
02. Just Live
03. Exes & Oh’s
04. Song For Rose

Notes:  Live, Lee is often joined by Keegan Slydes at the Elephant’s Nest in Chatham, performing punk rock covers.
Lee is also the bass player for local hardcore band ‘Hundred Proof’, & Guitar/vocals for ‘The Rucks’ when they were around.

Links:
* Band Camp: http://leeresistant.bandcamp.com/album/standing-down-the-waves

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Fletcher Munson – 3 song demo (2003)

May 4, 2009

Artist: Fletcher Munson
Home : Ridgetown  
Release : 3 song sampler          
Style : Contemp.Rock
Date : 2003

Musicians :
Derek Johnston – Vocals            
Doug Eberle – Guitars
Jason Shine – Bass                         
Mark Slater – Drums 

Special guest Tom Lockwood on tracks 1 & 2.

Tracks
1.
Hide
2. Tolerance
3. Enlightened

The CD :
     Fletcher Munson had released a demo in 1999 which gained good support from our local radio stations.
     Two new guys have joined to bring back this band. Mark brings lots of live experience & is known for playing in the local cover band ‘This End Up’  which packs the Blind Dog (Chatham Night Club) every time they play.
  There is not a whole lot of material (3 songs) on this disc,   but this is a solid beginning to a ‘jam’ band, which this city could use now.
This is their third demo.

Click on video below to hear samples of the CD

If video does not appear, watch it here.

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Fletcher Munson – Simple Tragedy (1999)

May 4, 2009

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Band: Fletcher Munson
Home: Ridgetown Ontario
Release: Simple Tragedy
Genre: Adult Contemporary
Date: 1999

Musicians:
No full name list on the inlay.  Derek, Doug, Rod, Hairpie

The Scoop: There were only 2 bands trying to make it big on local mainstream radio at the time, Flicker (from Sarnia) & Fletcher Munson. The timing was good because Chatham just got hooked up with it’s first rock radio station.
“Hero” was put on regular rotation & a buzz began to happen for them. The demo is very professional looking. Produced by Doug Eberle.

Listen to ‘Hereo’ .

Listen here

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