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There are at least four bands named Canary.
1. A rock band from Massachusetts, United States
2. A rock band from Japan
3. A lounge pop band from Germany
4. An indie rock band from Georgia, United States
1) The American rock n roll band Canary from Boston, Massachusetts.
Classic American rock n roll with a modern flair. Formed in 2010 by Jackie Berkley (vocals) and Amy Mantis (guitar) along with Kyle Hovland on the bass, Canary has grown from a brainchild to a full fledged rock n roll power house unit and can be found playing regularly throughout Boston and New England. After Cole Bingham (original drummer) left the band in May of 2011, Canary reworked its lineup by adding Dean Davis at drums and Alex Hartley on keyboards and organ. Canary's first official EP is set to be released in March of 2012.
For free music and more information, go to http://canarytheband.wordpress.com
2) The Japanese band ＣＡＮＡＲＹ
3) The German lounge-pop-band Canary, which was founded in 2003 in Stuttgart, Germany by the singer and songwriter Annette Exner and bass-player Arno Bührer.
4) Canary was a successful indie rock/alternative rock side project of influential underground band Luxury's guitarist, Jamey Bozeman, and bassist, Chris FoleyToccoa, Georgia, Canary released a full length album, A Sound of Summer Running, a split EP called Scissors and Blue volume 4, and garnered national, regional, and local accolades via press and radio play. During that time the members of Canary, Luxury, Viva Voce, and Menomena formed a national collective of independent musicians called The Cut and Paste Collective which released 15+ albums under its umbrella including a compilation CD. Canary also appeared on the Audiolab Records tribute to The Prayer Chain called Salutations, covering the song "Antarctica" in the fall of 2002. After Chris Foley left the band, Jamey Bozeman went on to form They Sang As They Slew. Canary's music can now be found at the page for They Sang As They Slew on Bandcamp.
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