Grizzly Madams
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Grizzly Madams

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Grizzly Madams LP
Off the floor live In-Studio Release

Live at Philstock '06 LP
Live venue recording

Oh, What a Sandwich and other Demos
Some studio, some garage. Largely play.

Tracks can be heard above, and at our website: and



“Idolization” has reached its peak. The market, not to mention people’s ears have been wholly saturated with studio-magic filled album after album. The World waits, with bated breath, for its sound saviors to rise. Well, you let that breath out ‘Earth’. For the Madams are here!

Grizzly Madams have been playing together for about 7ish years in and about the St. Catharines / Niagara Falls area. Up until last year, we had been focusing fine tuning a dynamic full-evening rock performance, made up almost entirely of classic rock cover tunes with ‘sprinklings’ of our more recent influences, playing everything from Frank Zappa, Bob Dylan, Black Sabbath and Jimi Hendrix to Beck, the White Stripes, and the Beastie Boys. Grizzly Madams always try to mix it up by bringing new spins to old tunes, as well as classic spins on newer tunes.

More recently, we have begun working on a score of original Madams material which began with "Leo (the Market Man)" the beginning of a Rock Opera (which we will undoubtedly be working on over the course of the next few years). In the meantime, we have put together a plethora of original work and are continuing to build this repertoire. The intent being the globalization of music, a sound that can be whatever the person listening to it wants it to be. Songs influenced and inspired by so many different types of musical talent, that one song, at once, can contain traces of 4-5 different styles of music (depending what you’re listening for. Some songs are obviously geared more towards specific genres, though we tend to dismiss the idea of ‘genre’ at all). Songs like H-Bomb and Cold Motel displaying the more Rock-fueled pop side of our proficiency, to the folk-rock found in Leo (the Market Man) or Old Lady, to the deep Funk and Hip-hop sounds of I Wanna Put Things…, The Madams Are Here, and Bidet.

Grizzly Madams are hoping to push the envelope of popular music and bring something wholly new, yet clearly familiar to the table, from the roots in the rock scene in the late 60's through to the explosive Hip-Hop scene of today. We would more than appreciate the opportunity to show your festival goers a great time, to giggle in rock 'n’ roll delight, and to be moved to find their own inner Madam. After all, isn’t that what it’s all about?*

*Not a Rhetorical Question. The answer is yes.