A Wild ride to end 2018
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October already! You might have seen us recently at out and about at Ribfest or the Merchant Tap House. What is most amazing is how perfectly Graham Ketcheson has fit into the ToneKats as their drummer. Graham has helped elevate the ToneKats to one of Kingston's hottest rock acts. Everytime they take the stage crowds react the same way. They appreciate the work and skill this band combines and they scream, yell and dance. They play at some of downtown's most exciting clubs, primarily at the Merchant where the place is packed every show and it has become obvious these guys are a rare Kingston treat.
They continually add new songs. They recently added (and nailed) "Hey Ya" (Andre 3000), "Last Nite" (The Strokes), "Drink in my Hand" (Eric Church), "Diggin' a Hole (Big Sugar), You Wreck Me (Tom Petty), Island in the Sun and Hash Pipe (Weezer),, Paranoid and War Pigs (Black Sabbath), "Dust on the Bottle (David Lee Murphy), 500 MIles (The Proclaimers) and the list goes on.
The band's goal is to never play the same show twice and to listen to the audiences and give them what they want. Requests are the norm not the exception with The ToneKats..
"Their pedigree is impeccable" Kathleen Hay (Cornwall Freeholder).
Dave Bull - Plays Guitar and sings half the show. A former member of The Rave, The Mudcats, Buddy Holly Live (20 years on stages across Ontario and in the US). Dave is one of Kingston's most talented and dynamic singer-guitarists thrilling audiences every time he takes the stage. Dave's style matches the artist he is covering great danceable rock and pop, disco, funk, country hits from 70s to 2018 Over the years Dave has played many genres. He has a great ear and a large repertoire of songs we all know and love!
John Sedgwick - Bassist and Lead Vocals half the time, he played with The Beautoful Losers in Toronto in the 1990s. He played on tours with Blue Rodeo, Mountain, Joan Osborne, Jeff Healey, Modern English, Slik Toxic and many more. John has a distinct voice and may be the hippest musician in Kingston often confused with Greg Keelor.. John has played in the big leagues and knows how to get the thump that elevates your heart when a great rock band is on stage.
Graham Ketcheson - was Chilly Gonzalez's original drummer. He played with well known sensation "Groove Commute" - He has played in Kingston bands with Kate Rombough (of the Stares) in Wingin' It with John Gamache and Southern Ale. His repertoire is complex, exciting and precise. He leaves fans shaking their heds with his open handed style and versatility.