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You Won't Be Juged - 2003 (EP)
This Plastic World - 2006 (LP)
Free In July Sessions - 2008 (2 Singles)
Current and History of Airplay
Streaming songs on multiple websites



Pronunciation: Ep-i-fain

Eppiphane began as a four piece act that performed periodically around the city of Ottawa. Fusing jazzy progressions with pop-rock hooks, the band's schedule began to fill up, and their supportive fan base began to grow.

In 2004 the band released "You Won't Be Judged", a four track teaser album which was recorded with Peter Gilroy (Pebble Studios). With more exposure and experience, the band's reputation grew, and they began touring, as well as participating in many festivals, including Ottawa Bluesfest '05.

June 2, 2006, the band played their official album release party to a sold out crowd at the 'New Capital Music Hall'.

By this time, the band had become a five piece ensemble. Their debut album "This Plastic World", produced by Jason Fee from Sound of One Hand Studios, caught on quickly, receiving a great amount of air play.

They began a year of extensive touring and promoting in September of 2006, playing throughout Ontario and saying a few ‘hellos’ to Quebec. The band was excited to be reaching out further and further.

Eppiphane was just settling down from the first leg on the tour when on November 4th of that year, they lost their beloved Craig Cameron, guitarist / keyboard player and friend to cancer. They held a tribute show at 'The Capital Music Hall' for Craig and once again, the tickets sold out. Proceeds from the show were donated to a charity fund in Craig’s memory.

After a year and a half of personal down time, Adam Kavanagh and Alex Mastronardi have begun reforming the band.

Eppiphane has performed with: Hawksley Workman, Xavier Rudd, Sloan, 54.40, Glass Tiger, John Prine, Mary Gauthier, the Elmer Ferrer Band, the Golden Dogs, and many more...