My Dog Ego
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My Dog Ego

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The best kept secret in music


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EP (2006) Release date for November 06'
Single: Dear Jane (Radio UCCB)
Singles: Pretend, Dear Jane, Anti Social, Waking Moment (6000+ streaming plays on Myspace)


Feeling a bit camera shy


A new face to the Canadian Music Scene, My Dog Ego brings unique ideas influenced by 70's rock and 90's alternative music. This brand new rock act is determined to bring meaning to the usual catchy riffs and groove heavy music we all love. Feeding on current political, social and environmental issues, plus the usual topics of human emotion, My Dog Ego is separating itself from the rest of the pack and the rest of the ego filled soulless pop rock that dominates the airwaves.

After playing together in the successful eastern Canadian 90’s “grunge” group Seventh Sign, vocalist Jamie Patterson and guitarist John Longley finally have the opportunity to finish what they started some ten years ago. With literally hundreds of gigs between them and a common vision of music, completed by the addition of the heavy groove of drummer Tim Smith and the rock steady foundation of bassist Clark McMillan, the songwriting duo decided it was time to make their mark after their six year hiatus. Fueled by a sheer love of playing music and a determination to make a passionate statement through it, My Dog Ego’s aim is to remove the ego from rock music and return to the love, sweat and tears days of music immortalized by Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and contemporary greats such as TOOL and Pearl Jam.

Shortly after placing a songwriting demo on the popular “myspace” website, the band generated thousands of hits in only a few months and continues to receive positive reinforcement, from around the world via letters and email to help them in their mission. With an E.P. release in late 2006, a forthcoming album and an ever increasing touring schedule, My Dog Ego is poised to take a bite out of the music industry in the near future.