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You and Crackpuppy Deserve Each Other
Thunderous guitar riffs fused with soaring melodies, Crackpuppy rewrites the standards of loud, lewd, metal-edged rock 'n' roll.
Toronto's loudest rock and roll band
Shots of Jack Daniels led to the birth of Crackpuppy, the Great White North's hardest
rocking band. "'Everything we are and nothing we should be' is our motto," says guitarist Patricia Wilson. "We play rock n' roll the way we like to hear it, only louder."
Formed in 2003, Crackpuppy has forged their way into the music scene with unforgettable performances at some of Toronto's most unique events. They have gathered a unique fan base unlike any other rock band in Canada. Simply put, you have to check out a Crackpuppy show and see for yourself.
Crackpuppy frontman Drew believes that "rock n' roll is all about sex. And like sex it
should be fun, loud and a memorable show that leaves you humming afterwards."
"Crackpuppy works because we like to drive to the edge and then dive right over."
Much like that dirty magazine under your mattress, Crackpuppy provides timeless amounts of pleasure that never gets old.