Jericho

Left to right: Gord Fleming, Frank De Felice, Fred Keeler and Denny Gerrard. Photo may be subject to copyright. Fred Keeler (Guitar, Vocals)  Gord Fleming (Keyboards, Accordion, Vocals)  Denny Gerrard (Bass, Vocals)  Frank Di Felice (Drums)  + Scott Cushnie (Keyboards)  Danny Marks (Guitar, Vocals)  Bob Yeomans (Drums)  This musically interesting band was formed in March […]

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David Clayton-Thomas Combine

David Clayton-Thomas (Vocals) Jack Mowbray (Guitar) Peter Hodgson (Bass) Pat Patterson (Drums) then Pat Little (Drums) David Clayton-Thomas formed this band in Toronto in February 1968 with former Bossmen guitarist Jack Mowbray, who had been playing in Italy for six months backing pop singer Nicola di Barri. He also brought in former Jon-Lee Group (aka […]

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McKenna Mendelson Mainline

Joe Mendelson (Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals) Mike McKenna (Guitar) Pat Little (Drums) Timothy Leary (Bass) Denny Gerrard (Bass) Tony Nolasco (Drums)  Mike Harrison (Bass)     Frank ”Zeke” Sheppard (Harmonica, Bass, Vocals) Ted Purdy (Bass, Guitar, Vocals) Larry Leishman (Guitar, Vocals) Bob Adams (Harmonica)   Following a brief spell in The Ugly Ducklings, former Luke […]

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Kensington Market

Kensington Market produced perhaps the most gentle, lyrical rock music to figure on the Toronto music scene during the 1960s. Fusing folk, classical and jazz elements with attractive melodic phrasings, and anecdotal lyrics, Kensington Market (named after a street market in the city’s west side) was formed initially to promote the song writing talents of […]

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