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The Sandra Good Band / Press

“WOW! What a Rockin show put on by Stay Tuned Enterprises at the Midland Cultural Centre! Opening with the Sandra Good Band featuring songs off her latest album “It’s Lonely at the Top” and followed by "Hells Bells", an AC/DC tribute band. It was standing room only in the packed Rotary Hall at the M.C.C. as the high energy all ages show had the young and not so young dancing to their favorite AC/DC tunes, Sandra Good Band cover songs and new Sandra Good Band favourites. If you love AC/DC then you'll love Hells Bells! Both bands “Rock” and if you get the opportunity to see either band; snapd recommends taking in a show. For more information on the Sandra Good Band visit sandragoodband.com and for Hells Bells visit hellsbells.ca. View more snapd photos at midlandpenetang.snapd.com”

“MIDLAND – The fourth annual Sandra Good Band fundraiser in support of Georgian Bay General Hospital rocked the Georgian Bay Native Friendship Centre on May 30. The event raised $1,500 to help purchase a new case cart for the operating room. Sandra Hosgood, left, presents the cheque to Shelly Price of the GBGH Foundation.”

“Omn Tv live interview with The Sandra Good band”

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“Good music can help you forget about all the trouble and stress in life, if only for an hour or two. The problem is that today’s popular artist are writing watered-down music, and it’s hard to find that kind of escape. Luckily for you, I do a lot of searching around the web to find bands and artists, that many of you have probably never heard of, to not only help you get that dose of euphoria your ears crave, but to introduce you to some fresh tunes as well. Fans of classic rock and pop are in for a treat with the artist being featured today: The Sandra Good Band. Coming to you from Ontario, this is the best music I’ve heard from our neighbors up north since Rush hit the scene back in the day. This group combines a ferocious rock sound, with the catchiness of most pop music. This band will have you head-banging, dancing and singing in no time. If this were 1977, they would already be huge and playing along-side great acts such as Heart, Fleetwood Mac and Led Zeppelin.”

“Sandra Hosgood has a voice for rock ‘n’ roll and now she has the band to match it. “I just wanted to get a band together and get it out there,” Hosgood said of her music. “I wish I had done it years ago.” Better late than never. The Sandra Good Band (SGB), a four-piece group of veteran musicians, have gathered a following from Muskoka to Toronto, and across Simcoe County, since they formed two years ago. In the past year, even though all have day jobs, they have performed more than 100 gigs, including venues such as the Mod Club, El Mocambo, and Rock Pile in Toronto, opened for Dr. Hook at the Sound Empire in Barrie, and performed on the main stage at Kempenfest. Along the way, they’ve garnered a Twitter following of 70,000 people. A CD launch party last month for the band’s first album, ‘Lonely at the Top’ drew a sell-out crowd of more than 150 at the Foxx Lounge. The album features 10 original songs written by Hosgood and band member Barry For”

“Sandra Good Band Fundraiser The 3rd Annual “Sandra Good Band fundraiser” was held this year at the Penetanguishene Curling Club. Proceeds from the event went to support the purchase of much needed priority equipment for GBGH in particular a “Transport Stretcher”! Special thank you to the Penetanguishene Curling Club for donating the club for this event and all that came out to enjoy good music and to support a great cause.”

Rick Mattey - Snap Magazine

“Buy a Bed Fundraiser Featuring the Sandra Good Band The Windrifter was packed as many came out to support the GBGH Foundation Buy a Bed fundraiser featuring local group The Sandra Good Band. The evening included a 50/50 draw as well as prize raffles with some fantastic prizes donated by local businesses. The Sandra Good Band performed a wide variety of songs from artists such as Sass Jordan, Melisa Etheridge, The Pretenders and more. This was a solid performance and The Sandra Good Band showed that rock and roll can be timeless while raising $2900.00 towards a new hospital bed.”

Rick Mattey - Snap Magazine

“NORTH SIMCOE – The Sandra Good Band will rock the Penetanguishene Curling Club next week to benefit Georgian Bay General Hospital (GBGH). The third annual fundraising concert is scheduled for 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Feb. 28. The goal is to bring in $5,000 to purchase a new transport stretcher for the hospital. The event will include a 50/50 draw, prize table, door prize, snacks and a buffet. Tickets are $10 each for people 19 years of age or older. They can be purchased at the club (8 Owen St.) or at Johnstone’s MusicLand in Midland, or by calling Sandra Hosgood (705-529-9564) or the GBGH Foundation (705-526-4483).”

“The Sandra Good Band consisting of Sandra Hosgood, Barry Foreshew, Ralph Johnson & Greg Lightle performed and entertained with their style of compelling & exuberant mix of Rock influences to the delight of patrons at the Midland Legion recently. This versatile band performed the top hits of today and rock classics of the past.”