Terror of Tiny Town was a punk band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The line-up consisted of Geoff Berner on vocals and accordion, Luba Dvorak on guitar, mandolin and backing vocals, Yaron David on bass and backing vocals, and Paul Alexander on drums. A fifth member, guitarist Keane Eng, was originally part of the group, but left sometime between the release of their first and second studio albums.
All the band's original material was written by Geoff Berner, and during the band's active period, which lasted for the majority of the 1990s, they released two albums, to little success; the self-titled Terror of Tiny Town (Wax Tadpole Records, 1994) and ...Cause I'm Worth It (Rock Boss Records, 1997). Their second and final album interestingly featured many songs identical to the ones found on the first.
After the dissolution of the band, Berner cited business troubles as a reason for the band's demise, and the band's eclectic musical style as being unmarketable. In his solo career, Berner would re-record some songs written for Terror of Tiny Town and occasionally play them as part of his live sets.
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