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Sat. November 19th 2016
Listening Party, Rugged Uncle, Bad Hoo, The Dog Indiana Logan's Pub Victoria BC (No Minors)
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Fri. June 17th 2016
Soft Alarm, Listening Party, Grimwood, THE ECCHOING GREENCopper Owl Victoria BC (No Minors)
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Thu. March 28th 2013
Run Chico Run, Listening Party, FRIENDLY GHOSTLucky Bar Victoria BC (No Minors)
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Fri. February 3rd 2012
Listening Party, Slam Dunk, Pleasure CruiseLucky Bar Victoria BC (No Minors)
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Listening Party

Listening Party


Label: Kill Devil Hills
Long Back from Victoria BC

Contact Details

Lindy Gerrard
listeningparty@hotmail.com

Listening Party was formed in November 2005 by Lindy Gerrard and Trenton Mclaren. Lindy also plays drum in fellow kill devil hills band, "Johnny and the Moon", and Victoria songwriter, Jon Middleton is also and part time member of the band. Based out of Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia, Canada this three piece/duo combines the rythms of Africa, a blend of modern influences, and the rustic and sometimes haunting narratives of life on the lake. The best description they have recieved for their work is “World Music for Bad People”, which describes them fairly well. The name “LISTENING PARTY” comes from Trenton and Lindys relationship. Throughout highschool and to present day Trenton and Lindy have always gotten together for evenings of strickly music listening, all night and into the early morning.
Trenton and Lindy have been playing music together since the year 2000, and have developed a strong musical bond and a common musical ambition. Their recent recording “Who are we missing?” is a mix match of old and new songs about campfire tales and heart ache.

Current Lineup

NameRoleDates
LindyVox, Percush2005-present
TrentonAxe, Vox2005-present
JonBass Axe, Vox2005-present
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