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We hope you like our music, we are raising money for the homeless with our single Homeless now available on iTunes so please share the video and the Links for itunes and amazon with all your friends.
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~Don't Tell My Mother~
Born out of boredom
Don't Tell My Mother (Formerly Keep the Change)
Special Guest Vocals Emily Dunning
Front man Jacob Dunning from Burlington Ontario along with Kitchener natives Burt Brothers Matt and Nick and friend Zack McVannel make up this band that got it's start in Bayfield Ontario has been making headway in southwestern Ontario over the past year.
At the age of 14 Jacob led the band through the festival circuit in the summer of 2012 playing Canada’s largest free festival The Burlington Sound of Music the Koi Festival in Kitchener, Bayfield Music in the Park and The Sweet Fest Dude also in Kitchener.
Not tied down by any one genre the Bands First EP Penny for your thoughts was based around the single Homeless a beatlesque piano piece written by Jacob at the age of 13 and recorded two days after his 14th birthday. The EP was released on iTunes in an effort to raise money for the Homeless. The band holds an annual Donation’s at the door to bring in donations for the local food bank.
At the age of 17 Jacob continues to write and has aspirations of getting back into the studio to record some of his latest work. The Worker Bee Wants the Queen and Strange two live off the floor demo recordings are examples of what the band has been up to lately. With the ability to play electric or acoustic sets the band has been expanding their fan base and appeal to many musical tastes.
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