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Kingston, Ontario, Canada (1983 - Present)

The Tragically Hip's infectious songs, catchy melodies, inspired lyrics, and solid musicianship have secured their place as the kings of rock in Canada. Formed in the early '80s in Kingston, Ontario, they are a five-piece group of friends: Gordon Downie (primary lyricist and lead vocalist), Paul Langlois and Rob Baker (guitars), Gord Sinclair (bass) and Johnny Fay (drums). For thirty years, The Tragically Hip has been at the heart of the Canadian music scene and… read more

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  • Avatar for BryanWeber
    LOVE the new album. It grows on you. It's different and strange and rocking. Very cool. I dig it.
  • Avatar for porcelain_tree
    Awesome. Kingston is the appropriate venue. Saw them at the Concert Hall on their previous tour, and it was one of my all-time favorite concerts. Epic.
  • Avatar for WLDB
    porcelain_tree - they just confirmed that the CBC will be doing that for the show in Kingston.
  • Avatar for seanbonner1
    Just hit my 12,000th Hip scrobble by rocking the new album for the first time. Love you guys
  • Avatar for porcelain_tree
    Couldn't get a ticket. My hope is that CBC broadcasts one of the last shows. They're almost morally obligated to do so. :P
  • Avatar for artisteque
    Wish I could see you guys on this last tour. Sadly I was not fast enough and cannot afford $1000 a ticket from soulless scalpers. I plan to park outside the closest show and listen to the Hip on my car stereo just so I can say I was there.
  • Avatar for WLDB
    I am going. I managed to get in before the scalpers. I'll be at the Ottawa show.
  • Avatar for KidAInLimbo
    @WLDB - I sure hope you get to go, man.
  • Avatar for WLDB
    I just started getting back into the Hip a few weeks ago then the bad news came. Still cant quite believe it. I hope I do make it to one last show this summer though.
  • Avatar for rodz0r
    You're a legend, Gord.

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