Ever Changing Weather
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Ever Changing Weather

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"Canmore, Canada Day"

"dFekTv provided us with a high energy show where youth and exuberance meets experience and edge."

Jon Frolick
2007 Canmore Canada Day Committee
- Jon Frolick

"Ronald MacDonald House"

...I would like to express our appreciation (to dFekTv) for your wonderful performance at the First Annual Rock The House Run! The participants thoroughly enjoyed listening to your group play as they ran hard to finish the race. Thank you for your help in making our event a huge success. - Courtney Halliday


CD - Defective 2009



Ever Changing Weather

Ever Changing Weather, the high energy, attention deficit, pop-rock band from Canada, is a combination of the feisty energy of Aline Moger (vocals), the driving musicality of Loni Moger (guitar), the endless creativity of Kris Moger (bass), and the off-the-wall originality of Jacob Moger (drums).
The band officially formed under the name dFektv in the spring of 2006. They played their first official show in March 2007. Since then their fan base has grown steadily with their largest crowd culminating in over a thousand people on Canada Day 2007 in Canmore, Alberta.
"They provided us with a high energy show where youth and exuberance meets experience and edge," said Jon Frolick, 2007 Canmore, Canada Day Committee.
With influences like the pop-flavored punk of Simple Plan to the drama of Evanesence, the guitar power of Satriani, and eclectic sound of Green Day, Ever Changing Weather draws on a wide range of musical influences.
They believe in the value of a well crafted, well rehearsed live show that engages and inspires their audiences.
Fan Quotes:

“Addictive tunes that come from two generations of music influence.”

“Ever Changing Weather’s music is catchy, the kind that gets stuck in your head, but you never want it to leave.” Bev. M. President of Ever Changing Weather fan club.