Keep The Faith- The Bon Jovi Experience
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Keep The Faith- The Bon Jovi Experience

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada | SELF

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada | SELF
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"Press review"

The Watermen (self-titled) Independent (***)
A Moncton band makes its debut with this seven song EP of adult pop rock in the vein of Bryan Adams and The Eagles. Five of the tracks are written by singer/guitarist Marc Little, plus there are covers of Leonard Cohen's "I'm Your man" and Woody Guthrie's"Way Over Yonder". The original songs are about love, war and relationships-typical, but timeless themes. They're standard radio-friendly rock tunes for the most part, but that's not to say they aren't well written. This doesn't sound like a debut, it sounds like a collection of songs from seasoned veterans. The two most interesting tracks are "Matador" and "way Over Yonder", both of which have a spanish influence you don't hear often in these parts. There is some great guitar work going on throughout the album.
Fans of Bryan Adams should dig songs like "What You Mean To Me" and " I Just Don't Have A Clue". Little's voice is even similar to the Canadian Rock Legend.
A solid debut from these local boys. (check out the Watermen on Sunday, June 10, on Main Street playing at Rick Hansen's Wheels in Motion event. If you buy a Watermen CD that day all proceeds go to Wheels in Motion.)

Eric Lewis
CD Spins - Times Transcript

"Now Magazine"

"Where there is art, there is music, and vice versa. This all becomes apparent after listening to The Watermen's CD. The unique mix of their new sound with the comfort of the familiar is both refreshing and welcomed. Marc's raw, raspy voice lends way to relatable lyrics that are light and sometimes dance with flirtation. My first thought was a Bryan Adams-y sounding vibe with the surprise of Flamenco guitar thrown in to put your hips into swaying motion. The band's message and mood is clear without being heavily weighed down by tough, sharp lyrics. It's the kind of music you can listen to anytime, anywhere and always leaves you feeling inspired . Music has that ability, and so does this band."
Jennifer Batog - Now Magazine

"Here Magazine CD Reviews"

The Watermen ??? S/T
Marc Little is no stranger to the Moncton music scene, having been involved in some capacity for well over the past 10 years.
His latest project is a full band effort called The Watermen, a fairly straight-forward pop rock band as heard on I Just Don???t Have A Clue but diversifies to offer a taste of flamenco guitar to spice things up as heard on the track Matador. The trio???s seven song EP features five original tracks as well as a couple of covers including Leonard Cohen???s I???m Your Man and Woody Guthrie???s (via Billy Bragg and Wilco) Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key.
The Watermen???s debut CD is available for sale at Frank???s Music in Moncton as well as on the band???s website at The band is hoping to land the coveted Tim Mcgraw and Faith Hill opening slot which is being sponsored by [here] Magazine. Check out [here]???s website at for more details and to cast your vote for The Watermen. Help put these up and comers on stage at Magnetic Hill on September 1.
-Ken Kelley - Here Magazine


Still working on that hot first release.



Keep The Faith is an exact rendition, both musically and visually, of The Bon Jovi show. Their rousing performance takes the audience on a high-energy journey that spans more than two and a half decades of Bon Jovi music. From the standard early years such as Runaway, to the contemporary hits like the number one single Who says you can't go home.
Collectively, the members of Keep The Faith, bear a strikingly eerie resemblance to the members of Bon Jovi. For major events where you want a show that appeals to a wide audience, young and old, for Bon Jovi fans of all ages, Keep the Faith is an extremely memorable experience - the look, the sound, and the feel of Bon Jovi meticulously reproduced. Their show is an event. When Keep The Faith hits the stage, large dance floors are in order.