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Christian D - Singer, songwriter/guitar abuser, the band is Christian D and the Hangovers. Sounds like Joe Strummer and Nick Cave in a knife fight at Johnny Cash's house.

"One of the scene’s most magnetic performers, the singer-guitarist says he just wants to “write songs and then burn myself to the ground playing them live. “It’s like a self-exorcism. Hopefully, it’s entertaining to watch. If I leave the stage wrung out and barely able to speak, then I feel like I’ve done my job."  Errol Nazareth, The Toronto Sun

Go check out some music and see whatcha think

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The Cutting Room Floor - podcast  

Kinda cool news- we got a couple of songs played on Casey Ryan's  podcast The Cutting Room Floor who's goal is to help independent filmmakers and other entertainers promote their projects.
You can check it  out here: The Cutting Room Floor Ep. 397  

So- if you're looking to follow a cool show on the independent film scene this might be a good place for you to start.

For a full episode list check this out : The Cutting Room Floor

Apparently Casey heard about us though Nikki of EatKS who I'd like to thank for her continued and amazing support. 

Without listeners, I'm just an old freak screaming into the void - so thanks to you all for listening.


interview with MusicMuso - "Like Sailor Ripley if he grew up on goth and punk." 

Here's a recent interview by Mark Wincott over at  MusicMuso.

He had some questions I'd never been asked before which was kind of fun. 

for example: 

"If you could describe your music in the form of a fictional character, who would it be?"

Like Sailor Ripley if he grew up on goth and punk.

Read the rest here:

My Freakin Ears - Live Review from Cherry Cola's!  

Matt Groupie reviewed the Evil Elvis/ Christian D show at Cherry Cola's for My Freakin Ears  

Here's a bit-
"Christian D commanded the audience with his presence, while guitarist Jesse Dale tore through them with a precise technique and tone.  The place was dancing and having fun, and so was the band. It was a solid set from a classic Toronto group. I’d like to also add that their new live album is a great representation of the performance, so I suggest you check it out."

Read the rest over at My Freakin Ears! here.