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photoThis week was tons of fun on The Windsor Scene; the first time having a band in the studio in quite some time.

We Can Be Heroes is a local pop-punk outfit that recently recorded some new tracks with Brett Humber at Sound Foundry Studios in Kingsville. They came in to debut some of these tracks, as well as play a couple of them live on-air.

Coming up over the next few days are the CJAM Pledge Drive shows, where local bands will be playing live to help raise funds to keep the station running over the next year. Of particular note is the Measured in Angles show, where the band will be playing for the first time in nearly ten years. Joining them will be What Seas, What Shores and Learning. This all goes down on Saturday, November 2 at FM Lounge (156 Chatham St. W.) at 10 p.m., and admission is $5 at the door.

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We Can Be Heroes – 3230 (Unreleased)

Rah Rah – Art and A Wife (The Poet’s Dead)

The Blue Stones – All I Ever (How’s That Sound?)

The Vaudevillianaires – Snake Righteous (Single)

Star Trek: The Band – Jovial Sarcastic Banter on the Bridge (What Are Little Girls Made Of?)

The Steady Swagger – Whiskey Bar (Single)

Southern Discomfort – Halo (Live At The DH)

We Can Be Heroes – 3230 (Live in Studio)

Your Best Bet – Only Time (Enya Cover) (Single)

Emerald Seas – Pulling Strings (Single)

The Fisher Kings – Get Behind Me (Single)

We Can Be Heroes – Goodnight Good Luck (Live in Studio)

Aurelia – Forget Me (Living Ghost)

Daniyal Malik – Tragedy Awakens (Single)

Astoria – Wake Up Sound (One Take)

Measured in Angles – Choose Your Weapon (Lo Standards for Hi-Fi)

What Seas What Shores – Old Reliable (Threnodies)

Learning – There Is A Limit (Kant)

We Can Be Heroes – Lost in Transit (Unreleased)

White Cloud – Curbside Sofa (Curbside Sofa)

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Focus on Canada South Presents: Remembering Paul

Posted: April 16, 2012 by Windsor Zene in Benefits, Previews
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The next Focus on Canada South (FOCS) network event will be held April 28th, 9:30 pm to 1:30 am at Maroon Bros Pub 39 Chatham St E, Windsor, hosted by, Rick Rock, FOCS’s December’s Artist of the Month, This event will remember Paul Tucker, Paul was a producer/on-air personality at CJOM FM (now 89X) He was a sound engineer at Salem Studios as well as co-owner, sound engineer at Acusound Studio in Windsor, 1975-1980. Paul left us too soon, in January due to complications during a double lung transplant.

Rick Rock will be joined on stage by many musicians that worked with Paul. Members of Wynbridge and Abel Dagger will join Bob Bone, Brenda McCurdy, Derrick Green, Al Metivier, Echo Steps, Gone Wrong, Keith Stiner, Bradley Ouellette and Russ Jenkins. All other entertainers wishing to appear should contact Joe @ joe.quinlan1@gmail.com prior to April 25th. Everyone welcome, please come out and show your support. Check out the event page @ http://www.facebook.com/events/212199452220959/

FOCS the Promotion for All the Arts. TV, Movies, Music, and the full spectrum of the Arts.

“For over 40 years I have been involved in promoting the entertainment industry in the Windsor/Essex county area. Since the seventies, I have always been impressed with the amazing amount of talent that the Windsor area has produced. Hands down, this area has more talent per capita than any market in Canada, perhaps world-wide”
“We need to create global awareness of this enormous pool of talent. For this reason I have launched Focus on Canada South” says Joe Quinlan FOCS Founder.

The FOCS Mandate is to create a looking glass portal that will focus the eyes of the entertainment world on Canada South. To bring international attention to the creative talent in the Windsor/Essex County area. To promote solidarity among area writers, entertainers, directors, producers and promoters and to work together, toward this common goal. To petition Canadian and International celebrities to lend their voice, name recognition and resources to assist us in our goals. United, we will attack this goal with intensity and passion.

Contact
Joe Quinlan
joe@focusoncanadasouth.ca
519 800-3880