Songwriter Laurier Tiernan wins awards and gets airplay on CBC radio and television in Canada, then moves to Japan. In the ensuing gigging, he hooks up with ex-U.S. Navy bassist Devin Wine. After a month of tearing it up as a duo in front of faithful audiences and English football hooligans, they welcome drummer Toru Hirasawa into the fold. An acclaimed jazz drummer, praised by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Toru is also an earnest student of Elvis Costello and Nirvana. Together, they cut a four song demo, the North American press dive in, and the demo’s last song, “The End of the World,” enters regular rotation on InterFM 76.1 in Tokyo; “Tokyo’s No.1 music station” (sic) as well as on over 80 internet radio stations …to be continued…


Edited by sol8712 on 16 May 2008, 18:20

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