Black Tea
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Black Tea


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"Miller Time: Hamilton Music Awards"

are competing for Engineer of the year. They're going against Robert Bianchini, who produced Black Tea's debut CD, Hurricane on the edge of town, at Scorpion Recording Studios in Simcoe. (Black Tea, meanwhile features the talents of Brantford's Don Norry on lead vocals, guitars, harmonica and more.) - The Brantford Expositor

"2009 Hamilton Festival Of Friends"

Black Tea is a killer combination of danceable beats, thoughtful lyrics, and honest rock groove.
A bubbling stew of influences brought to conception by an eccentric chef.
Black Tea is who they are, no pretensions, Just honest Rock 'N' Roll.
Take some Hard Rock; dust it with Psychedelia, Funk, Blues, Jazz, and anything else you want to throw in. Stir occasionally.
Formed originally as Beyond Therapy, by singer songwriter Don Norry, the band became Black Tea in 2005.
They released their first CD “Hurricane on the edge of town” in 2008 and were nominated for a Hamilton Music Award in 3 categories.
They are currently recording a 7 song CDEP that will be released this fall

- Hamilton Spectator


Hurricane on the edge of town: Released September 8, 2007
Wrapped Up In The Story:
Released July 6, 2009
Tracks available on Napster, i Tunes, and CBC Radio 3



Black Tea's Hurricane on the edge of town was nominated in the Engineer of the year category (Robert Bianchini) at the 2007 Hamilton Music Awards.
Black Tea played the main stage at the 2009 Festival of Friends opening for Steven Page and Finger Eleven.
Black Tea are playing the 2009 Hamilton Music Awards Festival.

How does chemistry work? that's a good question. You can have all the talent imaginable in one room and nothing will happen or you stick 5 guys in a basement and something clicks.

In early 2005 Black Tea was formed when 5 distinct personalities found a common goal; to make music and try to take it to another level each time they picked up their instruments. Originally filling up dates booked as Beyond Therapy, they played mostly covers, sprinkling in new original tunes whenever they could. The crowds began to notice the new songs, and Black Tea went into the studio in late 2006 to record Hurricane on the Edge of Town. Finished in September 2007, and armed with another albums worth of material, and new members in the lineup, Black Tea is pleased to introduce their new CD "Wrapped Up In The Story"