Mr. Completely
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Mr. Completely

Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada

Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada
Band Rock Classic Rock


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"Straight Ahead Rock"

Tom Harrison, Music Reviewer for The Province newspaper praised Mr. Completely…
"From Campbell River there is a little Blues Rock and some West Coast polish in a dozen songs and no attempt to be trendy which is to the band’s credit. If you’ve been missing straight ahead rock, this might be your band."
- Tom Harrison, Music Reviewer for The Province newspaper

"Love It!"

Pete Montana, Program Director of 98.9 Jetfm said …
"Great cd, love it! ... Mr. Completely has a damn fine sound."
- Pete Montana, Program Director of 98.9 Jetfm said …


Hailing from Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada, the aptly named dynamic rock and roll band, Mr. Completely adeptly mix classic rock/pop sounds with a blues swagger on their consistently inventive CD “Twice On Sundays.”

With songs like the classic rock sound of “Walk Away,” an everyman song of love gone bad that anyone can relate to (blended with a rootsy refrain we have all felt) that is set smartly to a melodic accompaniment, a funky riff and lead singer’s Jamie Robertson’s distinctive voice, the cut has all the elements of a hit single.

Another moving cut is the stripped down acoustics that evolve with musical emotion as the lyrics tell the story of the song “Without Warning.” The authorative singing of “Never Be the One,” with its wish-like lyrics echoed by emotional guitar work, is powerful and expressive.

Robertson is quoted as saying, “music fills my soul with energy” and he proves this with the slowed down acoustic precision of the cut, “Before Too Long,” an expressive song that says all the things you wish you could say-or should have said, accompanied by an intoxicating melody and a lead guitar that expresses the lyrics elegantly and with a keen passion.

Other cuts like “Rich Man Poor Man,” a heavy blues-rocker with sophisticated guitar work reminiscent of Stevie Ray Vaughan (funky, rhythmic and lead). The straight up, no frills harmonic sound of “Never See You Again,” only tells you that the best is yet to come from Mr. Completely, because as the name implies, all four members are complete musicians and play not only from the heart and soul, but with immeasurable passion that a listener can actually feel within their music. That means, they get it, and are experts at passing it along (the music can give the chills). It would be a shame for you to miss out on their musical mastery.

Review written by Robert Benson - - Robert Benson

"Album Review"

The CD opens with "Never See You Again" a straight forward rocker with Eagles-like harmonies. It's followed by the first single "Walk Away" complete with some beautiful Spanish guitar. The album then plows into the bluesy "Let Me Know" with Jamie working his vocal pipes to the fullest.
The next tunes are all slated for single release; "Without Warning" is an up-tempo ballad dedicated to families of missing women everywhere. "Before Too Long" is a bitter sweet love song while "Run Away Little Girl" is a pop-rocker with a sing-a-long chorus. The Richard Spencer penned and sang "Courteously" is next with its new-wavy Beatles sound. This one is a little different from the rest of the disc. The following three numbers: "Rich Man, Poor Man" "Never Be the One" and "Don't Try to Stop Me" are all straight-up classic southern rock style bringing to mind Skynyrd or ZZ Top.
The group then rips into a rockin' version of the Animals classic "House of the Rising Sun" before closing the set out with the haunting "Into Yours Eyes" which features some blistering guitar work. - Will Rendell


Debut album "Twice on Sundays"
Songs released to local radio stations...
1. Walk Away
2. Before Too Long
3. Rich Man, Poor Man
4. Never See You Again



“We like to call it contemporary classic rock,” says Jamie Robertson of Mr. Completely. And listeners love to hear it. This self-described blend of old school rock, pop and blues-based rock is full-bodied, emotive and, most importantly, entertaining. Hoist a beer and turn up the volume, you're about to be wooed by Mr. Completely.

Music has something to offer those on both ends. The listener benefits from the ideas and creativity of another person and the artist himself gets as much as he gives. “I would have to say that first and foremost, music fills my soul with energy,” declares Robertson. “It makes no difference whether I am playing it or listening to it, music is a massive part of my life.” Mr. Completely sets out to deliver that same energy to the band's fans, offering songs that are as fulfilling to listen to as they are to create. “I don't know if there is anything more fulfilling than creating our own music then playing it live and having people get up and dance or applause when the song ends.”

For Robertson and Co., they're not just writing songs and having fun (though that's part of it) – they're offering a necessary service to the world. “My philosophy on music is that the world would be an unbearable place to live without it in our lives.” Mr. Completely is helping to make the world a better place not just by creating music but by creating great music. “Music helps us through the hard times and enhances the times that are good already. You can touch people's lives with music on so many levels.”

A lot of artists will say “life” if you ask them what inspires them. But Robertson and Mr. Completely take that one step further. It's not just life that turns on the muse, it's the full embracing of the life that surrounds us. “I get inspired by living life to the fullest,” says Robertson. People also factor in to Mr. Completely's inspiration for the creative process. Naturally! People are a big part of life and embracing life means relationships of every sort. “Meeting new people and playing for enthusiastic crowds inspires us. My family is a big inspiration as they are incredibly supportive.” And so are the fans, and why shouldn't they be with music this good? “I love meeting fans and hearing from them how much they love our songs or hearing someone is using our song at their wedding for the first dance makes me feel that what I am doing is making a difference in people's lives.”

Mr. Completely has opened for Nazareth (two times!), Honeymoon Suite and Trooper. The song “Walk Away” nabbed a nomination for song of the year at the 5th annual Island Music Awards. Mr. Completely's “Without Warning” video (from back when the band was dubbed Month of Sundays) took first place honors in the Canadian International Film Festival. Toronto Experimental Artists tapped Mr. Completely for its compilation CD, slated for an August release. Shows are being planned and touring is expected for Canada and the United States. The future waits. “I always have believed that if you bare a part of yourself in your music, it gets you that much closer to those who listen to what you say.” Mr. Completely is currently working with A&R Select, the leading indie A&R firm in Hollywood, CA.

Tom Harrison of The Province praised Mr. Completely…

"From Campbell River there is a little Blues Rock and some West Coast polish in a dozen songs and no attempt to be trendy which is to the band’s credit. If you’ve been missing straight ahead rock, this might be your band."

“Mr. Completely conquers musically because they deliberately reach for a classic sound yet end up with songs that are distinct and original and well worth praise.” - A&R Select