Crazy Diamond

Crazy Diamond

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Biography

Crazy: Affected with madness, insane. Departing from proportion or moderation.
Diamond: From the ancient Greek word “adamas”, meaning invincible, one of the best-known and most sought-after gemstones.

That pretty much sums it up.

Crazy Diamond is the collaborative musical prowess of Southern Ontario Canada natives Regan and Connor.

Connor is the former lead vocalist for Juno nominated band “Boys Night Out” (Ferret Music USA) who, over a six-year period wrote and released five albums, toured worldwide and enjoyed frequent exposure on Much Music and MTV. Having been involved in a plethora of other musical projects, spanning over a decade of involvement in the diverse and booming Canadian music scene, Connor now lives in Hamilton, Ontario Canada where he is working not only on Crazy Diamond but producing and/or co-writing various projects ranging from hip hop to rock and roll.

Regan lives and breathes all things artistic. Over the years she’s played everything from pop to punk rock and, most recently, left audiences from Toronto to Los Angeles spellbound with her heart-wrenching-solo-acoustic-effort under the moniker “Miss Regan”. After graduating from the Ontario College of Art and Design she began to lay the foundations for her own high-end underwear line “Dance Party Unmentionables”.

Hailing from the deep-rooted punk rock background, Crazy Diamond takes the punk and hardcore ethos to combine simple beats, organic vocals and guitar to pump out brutally honest pop songs that speak of heartbreak, humiliation, confusion and confrontation.

"Just keep it honest," is the creed that drives Crazy Diamond, the beautifully insane duo that is here to rock the party while tugging at your suddenly exposed heartstrings.

Their debut self-titled EP, released in the autumn of 2009, was produced and engineered by Matt Davis. Matt joined the group as a full time member shortly after the EP’s release.

Discography

Self Titled EP - Fall 2009
Knife Fight - Full Length - Spring 2011