Quarter Mile Down Radio Rock performs at Fionn MacCool's
show start 9:30pm - 1:20am...Quarter Mile Down (QMD) unites four very experienced, & talented muscians who share the same vision of what a great cover band should be. They deliver great cover after great cover from artists like U2, Rival Sons, The Killers, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, and some classics like The Police, to name a few. Their catalogue continues to grow to keep the shows fresh for the audience and the band. All four members tap into their years of experience in various bands Internationally and in Canada to deliver a great night of entertainment.
based in Niagara West, this energetic band unites 4 very experienced, and talented musicians who share the same vision of what a great cover band should be. Fun. Entertaining. Professional....and who deliver great song choice thats sung very well indeed. Always impressive lead vocals delivered from frontman Reed backed up by the bands ah-so-tight groove dudes, Jik (guitars/vox), Ken (bass/vox), and Cozy (drums/vox) Quarter Mile Down delivers! great cover after great cover from artists such as: Kings of Leon, Counting Crows, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Sam Roberts, The Killers, The Police, U2, Matthew Good, The Tragically Hip.....just to name a few. Their catalogue is vast, and ever growing keeping their shows very Ear-Fresh! All four members of the band tap into their many years of experience in other various bands in Canada, and Internationally, and aim to deliver a great night of LIVE MUSIC entertainment.
Sounds Like: NEAL SCHON, ROBIN TROWER, David Gilmour
Label: Hevy D's
JIK, guitarist/songwriter worked with bands such as DAZ, Between Signs, The Heartland Levy....as well as his independent commissioned work & permanent Christian Contemporary gigs.
JIK is based in niagara west and enjoying all that summer time has to offer in this gorgeous part of the world.........See Full Bio
JIK has a show on 2015-06-06 at 20:00 @ Kilt & Clover in Lincoln, ON http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5vov3d #concert
““The best way to start a song is with a slow, dramatic rise. And this song has it. It sounds like an eighties, or even nineties action movie just starting, with the main hero character having just done something bad under the California sunset. I can definitely see this song being played in an Arnold Schwarzenegger type action flick. The guitar riffs are impressive, but the audio as a whole has a very low volume. That is rather off-putting. It ruins what is otherwise a great song.”