Redhill Road
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Redhill Road

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The best kept secret in music


"...Redhill Road, whose second CD Young and Wild ranks as one of the unheralded gems of the year"

Mike Beggs - the Mississauga News - May 2004 - Mississauga News

Each year we look forward to welcoming Redhill Road back to Gulleyfest...their music entices people from every corner of the Park to crowd around the Campsite till the early hours of the morning. When they are on stage their fans pack into the Bandshell to enjoy their sometimes intense, sometimes whimsical and always close harmonies. I personally have two of their CD's and they are among the most played at our house.

Their music is varied, their original songs amazing and their harmonies fantastic and beautiful. Anyone who hasn't had the opportunity to hear Redhill Road is certainly missing a musical treat!! - L.J. Gulley


What a Train Forgets
Young and Wild


Feeling a bit camera shy


The foundation of Redhill Road is the band members’ interest in songwriting.  About 25 years ago Ralph de Jonge and Rory Cummings started working and writing together at Ralph’s house on Redhill Road.  The band evolved from their desire to flesh out the songwriting and provide them with the opportunity to hear their songs fully orchestrated.  The dynamic vocal harmonies and fully realized arrangements give the songs a polish that Ralph and Rory wouldn’t be able to attain working on their own.  The care and attention Reeves Medaglia-Miller and Brad Compton bring to the mix add big and small improvements to each tune.
The combined playing and performing experience of the individual members is substantial, even though the current incarnation of Redhill Road is really only a couple of years old.  Ralph and Rory have kicked around lots of small clubs and pubs, and also recorded a lot of music for film and TV.  Reeves has a tremendous touring history, having played in show and lounge bands throughout North America, including Florida and Las Vegas.  Brad’s younger days also saw him tour all over southern and central Ontario, including a gig at the infamous Kee to Bala with his band The Freedom Sound.
Influences range from classic singer-songwriters like Jackson Browne and Springsteen to country performers to the likes of Roy Orbison and even a little Elvis.