Silver Beach Sessions

In February we went to James Ahola’s studio to record a whole bunch of songs live off the floor. We did some old songs, some new songs and a few covers just for fun. I got Travis from Weekday Cocktails Films to film the whole night. Each Sunday for the next month I’ll be posting one of the videos created from that night.

Olympia – Rancid Cover – The first song from our Silver Beach sessions is a song from the first punk album that I ever owned. Its’ a pretty weird story how I even ended up with it.

Boys Of Summer – Don Henley¬†I figured this song out randomly between takes when Fav and I were recording Please Stop Cryin’. I guess that meant we had to learn it as a band.

You Can’t Do That – The Beatles Every time I think of this song it reminds me of riding in my pal Ruggy’s little car. What a great tune. We did the best we could to do it justice.

Badly Bent – The Tractors This Tractors song (as far as I know) is a spin on an much older folk tune with very similar lyrics. I always liked the Tractors version.

I Know The Feeling, Last Night We wanted to record new versions of a couple songs from Please Stop Cryin’ with the new lineup.

This post will be updated with new videos each week.

December Holiday Tour 2015

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Dec. 14th – We’ll be at Cecil’s doing our our regular gig. Every second Monday.
Dec. 17th – Sudbury with our pals, Dany Laj and The Looks, at The Townehouse. $7 cover. Sudbury is one of the cities I lived in growing up and I love to play there any chance I get. Dany Laj and The Looks put on a great show not to be missed. Show starts at 10pm. Here is the Event Page.
Dec. 18th – We’ll be at The Fraser in North Bay. Dig out that crusty old ugly Christmas sweater from last year and break out the Woolite because it’s anoterh Ugly Sweater Party. 10pm ’till close. Featuring the looping sounds of Kevin Lachance. Event page
Dec. 19th – Off to another one of my former hometowns. Timmins, Ontario. The city with the heart of gold. Do they still call it that? I’ve been away some time. We’ll be joined at The Working Class by local Wyatt Young. $10 cover.