RadioActive

RadioActive

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With smouldering harmonies and clever musical machinations, this core group of 5 musicians faithfully cover familiar hit songs and have fused together an entire repertoire of the best known and most popular classic and modern rock songs spanning genres and decades. 

The Odds

The Odds

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The band was formed in 1987 in Vancouver, British Columbia, consisting of vocalist-guitarists Craig Northey and Steven Drake (both of whom had led different bands appearing on a Vancouver music compilation album, Spotlight ’86), bassist Doug Elliott and drummer Paul Brennan. 

Sloan

Sloan

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In 1991 bassist and vocalist Chris Murphy and drummer Andrew Scott met while studying at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and with the addition of Patrick Pentland on guitar and vocals and Jay Ferguson on guitar, formed Sloan

One Nite Stan

One Nite Stan

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Founded in 1998, One Nite Stan is your quintessential party band. Four guys just doin what it is that they do.
DENNIS WARD - GUITAR , VOCALS TREVOR MULLEN - RHYTHM GUITAR, VOCALS, DRUMS JEFF BROCK MYRFIELD - BASS, VOCALS SEAN MURRAY  - DRUMS VOCALS

Dextress

Dextress

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A four person band originating in Calgary, Alberta, Dextress uses heavy hitting power chords, slick solos, and attention grabbing  vocals to get their point across. Their point: That sometimes letting loose means getting a little rowdy and messy.

Darby Mills

Darby Mills

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Darby Phyllis Mills is a Canadian rock vocalist, former figure skater, and the past lead singer of the Headpins. She has recently embarked on a solo career..having signed a worldwide record contract and released a remastered solo album as well as a live Cd. She is touring as of 2018 in support of the releases.

Wide Mouth Mason

Wide Mouth Mason

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From their beginnings performing in rural Alberta in 1995, Wide Mouth Mason has seen its fan base grow in Canada and extend to other areas of the world such as the United States and in Europe... as well as becoming one of the first North American bands to tour China in the 21st century.

Pursuit of Happiness

Pursuit of Happiness

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Led by Edmonton, Alberta, singer and songwriter Moe Berg, The Pursuit of Happiness were launched in 1985 when he and drummer Dave Gilby moved to Toronto, Ontario. They soon met bassist Johnny Sinclair and formed the band, adding sisters Tamara and Natasha Amabile as backing vocalists.

Haywire

Haywire

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Haywire is a Canadian hard rock band originally from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Haywire formed in Charlottetown in 1981 by David Rashed, Paul MacAusland, Marvin Birt, Scott Roberts and Ronnie Switzer. In 1984 they won the Q104 Homegrown Vol. 1 contest; the first prize was the chance to record a single, but they took the opportunity to invest their own money and record a 5-song EP, which eventually sold over 5,000 copies in the Maritimes. In 1985 they won the Labatt's Battle of the Bands, and used the $10,000 first prize to record more material

Best in Show Revue

Best in Show Revue

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Rick Springfield, Greg Kihn and Tommy Tutone top off what is destined to be an epic night of rock and roll. If you were around in the eighties and missed their shows the first time around or just love the retro iconic sound of three of the biggest names that played a part in shaping the decade it was. This is a MUST SEE event.