One Stone Dog
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One Stone Dog

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The best kept secret in music


"Darrin Pfeiffer"

"These guys are fucking awesome!" - Goldfinger

"The Sheaf-Saskatoon, Sk"

"Their laid back, yet high energy stage persona makes me think that it's only a matter of time before One Stone Dog becomes a common house hold name..."
- Greg Peppler

"The Sheaf-Saskatoon, Sk"

"very sharp and tight." - Jessica Klein

"Vue Weekly-Edmonton, Ab"

"should be exporting their prairie punk to sunny California." - Phil Duperron


One In a Million EP (2003) - Out of Print

Well Oiled Machine LP (2001)

Self-Titled LP (1999)

New Life EP (1998) - Out of Print


Feeling a bit camera shy


Stranger things have happened, yet the story of prairie punkers One Stone Dog isn't your typical rock n roll scenario. Formed in high school by lead singer and guitarist Craig Wilson and two other high school friends is about the only thing normal about this story. "We're talking small town." explains Wilson about the band's early headquarters and Wilson's hometown. "Nobody around those parts listens to punk rock." adds Wilson. Despite the sparse population and country music monopoly, Wilson was able to find two other farmboys with an admiration for rock. "I knew one guy that played drums, and maybe two or three guys that played guitar." explains Wilson, "Somehow we moulded something out of that and made something that I enjoyed...too much."

Dave Stadnek, an older, wiser farmboy, joined the group shortly after its formation, and just prior to its relocation to Saskatoon. It was here that the band would do a little more moulding, going through two drummers and two bass players, and releasing three albums. The current line up features Wilson, Stadnek, and two longtime friends: Nathan Evans on bass, and Matt Hooper on drums.

The band has released four albums, and has toured throughout Canada, with a couple of Western Canada tours and an Eastern Canada tour this past summer. Throughout this period they've shared the stage with such acts as: Suicide Machines, Chixdiggit, D.O.A., Rascalz, Not by Choice, Downway, Belvedere, Flashlight Brown, Grade, Crowned King, Social Code, Ripcordz, and Marky Ramone, whom they had the honour of playing a few Ramones songs with.

"We're having so much fun right now." remarks Wilson, "It just keeps getting better and better." The band is currently working on new material right now, and has plans for more touring in the new year as well as a new album.