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Don't Tell My Mother / Press

“Keep the Change plays a blend of pop punk, rock and indie. Coming from all over Ontario, in places that include Bayfield, Burlington and Kitchener, they have been working their way up in the music scene”

“Keep the Change hopes fans will do anything but that Feb. 1 “We sound completely different (since Penny For Your Thoughts) and moved into punk rock and ska,” explained Dunning. “The EP is good but out of date so we need a new one.””

“Keep The Change with Special Guests. Breakloose Entertainment held a concert for local artists on January 18th at Chryaslids Theatre and L-Lounge. The evening saw a number of bands including The Ragged Suits, Safe as Houses, and Keep the Change. Friends, Family and Fans came out to show their support to the musical talent.”

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“One of Burlington’s youngest bands is hosting a concert fundraiser on March 24 to raise money for the homeless through local charities. Keep the Change will be performing at the Black Swan on that date to raise money and food donations for Partnership West Food Bank. ”

“Potentially one of Burlington’s youngest performing bands, Keep the Change, is quickly making a name for itself”


““This issue means a lot to me since I always see people on the streets. Sometimes it’s not their fault they are there. We want to open eyes that homeless people are real people.””