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Julie Ross 2009

August 27, 2009

Artist: Julie Ross
Singer, Guitarist, and Song Writer
Home: Chatham Kent Ontario
Year: 2009

   You can see her live hosting ‘Open Mic Night’ every Tuesday at the Elephant’s Nest on King Street in Chatham. The instruments are supplied
 She is also performing at Big Shots with Linz every Friday through the summer.

Discography
A day in the life – 2004
Julie Ross Band – 2004
Middle Ground – 1999

CD’S Julie appears on
* Steve Shearer & The Erie Ramblers
* Ray Whaling  – Party Train
* Dave Lockbaum – David’s Ashes
* Mitch Robinson – Brother With A Record
* Sarah Hiltz –  The People Of Chatham Kent
* Mike Hazael – Unauthorized

Visit her below.
http://www.myspace.com/julesross
www.julieross.ca

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It’s A Small World After All (2009)

May 2, 2009
Sarah Hiltz

Sarah Hiltz

Sarah Hiltz:
listen @ Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/sarahhiltz
  Sarah was kind enough to come over & record backing vocals on “Will You Forgive Me In The end”, a new song I wrote with Jesse V. We did this in April. She did backing vocals on ‘Just’ by FL3P (First line Third Planet) that stood out and made me take notice.
   FL3P was a short lived band, (around 2004)  but a great band. The drummer (Chuck Young) has been a good friend & long time band mate beginning with me in ‘Foster Child’ in 1991 to The Janet Theory & Dead Girls Union.
   The track Sarah Hiltz sings on with FL3P is called ‘Just’ and can be heard here.
FL3P Music : http://www.myspace.com/fl3p

FL3P Band

FL3P Band

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Julie Ross
  You know her from the Nest every Tuesday. Everyone loves her. She sang at my wedding. That made my wife extremely happy.
Her Music: http://www.myspace.com/julesross

Julie Ross performing at our wedding.

Julie Ross performing at our wedding.

 

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Ruthless C*nt Killers 
Music: http://www.myspace.com/ruthlesscuntkillers
  Yep, they called it a day. I went to show Bob & Keegan some love by attending their last show as the R.C.K. at the KBD Hall in Chatham a month ago.

  It was good to catch more good local underground bands on the bill, like Davis Block & 100 Proof.

RCK & davis Block