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The best kept secret in music


"Bill Gregory, Program Director, HITS FM St. John's Newfoundland Canada"

I remember seeing them (BUMP) years ago as a cover band in a bar. Since then they have grown as performers and have found and nurtured a sound of their own. No matter the size of the venue, large or small, BUMP entertains. And that has remained an integral part of who they are.
- Steele Communications Inc.


"104" - EP Released 2005

Produced by BUMP and Rick Hollett
First single "High" received medium to heavy rotation on HITS FM and The Coast, Newfoundland, Canada.

Second single "Alright" released to radio September 2006 - receiving light rotation on HITS FM St. John's and The Coast FM.


Feeling a bit camera shy


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Rob Cook (guitar and vocals), Steve Browne; aka "Dukes" (guitar and vocals), Steve Randell (bass and vocals) and Greg Burt (drums and vocals) found each other seven years ago lamenting old careers, weary tunes and disgruntled dreams.

Actually, that is an exaggeration…

The four members of Bump were playing two-three times a week whilst becoming a real estate agent, a denturist, a sound technician and a lawyer.

Giving up the biz for a “real” job? Not a chance. Subsidizing their one true love, well, then it’s all about the music baby.

In true Clarke Kent style, they are mild mannered professionals for 8 hours daily and a growing phenomenon from St. John’s, Newfoundland every other minute.

The release of their debut album and their first single "High" resulted in heavy rotation this year across their home province. Soon after they opened two sold out shows for Hilary Duff at Mile One stadium to a total audience of 12,000 and shared the bill with The Black Eyed Peas and Pussycat Dolls in front of 15,000 close friends. It’s been a banner year.

Their second single "Alright" just hit radio to wide acclaim.

Pre-BUMP all four members achieved success in the music industry, now there’s no holds barred.

Front-man Rob Cook, formerly of The Young Saints (Polygram Records) spawned three singles - "Weight Of The World" which peaked at #6 on Canadian AOR charts 1991; "Live For Today" (with Randy Bachman) which went Top 20 on AOR charts; and "New Solution" which cracked the Canadian Top-40. A tour across Canada with the likes of Glass Tiger, Tragically Hip, and BTO and two Juno nominations ('Best New Group' and 'Best Artwork/Design' for Robert Lebouef) ensued.

Dukes, is an industry veteran playing in the folk genre as both a soloist and session-man in Australia, Switzerland, North Carolina and Western Canada.

Steve Randell spent the 1990’s in “Biscuit”, a rock group several years at the top of their game touring Atlantic Canadian festivals and club circuits and garnering Music Industry Association award recognition. He would more recently record with and manage Jason Greeley of Canadian Idol fame through 2004. (Dukes joined Steve on the CD and live tours and appearances)

Greg Burt performed previously with The Barry Canning Band opening for Shaggy, Bryan Adams, Jimmy Rankin, Colin James and Dr. Hook among others. Greg is also Account Manager for Eastern Audio, Atlantic Canada’s largest Sound and Light, Production Company.