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Fundraiser for Federal Court battle
Escape on the Lake. MMAR Coalition Fundraiser.
Charity Concert for the International Day for the Eradication of poverty.
MMAR Coalition Rally.
Sounds Like: Sublime, illScarlett, The Police, No Doubt, The Selecter
Bio: The Yappers are a unique band that mixes Rock and Reggae, with a Country twang together to create a new genre of music, they call, Rock and Roots. It's new and it's exciting!
The music differs from Rock and Roll. The Yappers' style of Rock and Roots lets the sound of off beat guitar ring through...See Full Bio
: The Yappers has a show on 2015-03-21 at 20:00 @ STELLAR HALL AND EVENT CENTRE in Newmarket, ON http://t.co/3ABCW02P8N #concert
“A song about vacationing in Mexico becomes a Yappers’ delight in this week Reaney’s Pick video. Toronto trio The Yappers are heard playing Mexican Vacation from their album Ride My Music. Like the rest of the album, the song is by lead singer and guitarist Raymond Yap. The married couple of bassist and vocalist Stew Sparks and drummer Laney V have joined Yap in the last year as the trio has begun to gig and take its act on the road. “It’s a good-feeling song for a cold winter,” Yap said during Monday’s video session. “It gets everybody together. It brings the music and the people together.” Yap’s song shifts from country for its verse to reggae for the chorus and finally to rock. “Ray calls this song his full-course meal because it has a little bit of everything,” Sparks said. The Yappers play their first London gig on Saturday at The APK. Among those expected in crowd is London fiddler Kerryjane Voth, who has family ties to the band. “Our first show was”