September Stone
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September Stone

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During a freak snare drum accident at an open stage Kevin Wozney rushed to the stage to help out a fellow drummer who was performing with Quin and his brother. As Quin was singing and playing to keep the music going, Kevin accidentally hit the mic stand on his way to help. The mic attatched to the stand then hit Quin in the mouth cutting his gums. "That's how we met" laughs Quin "little did we know then that we'd come together and form September Stone".

From that early incident in September of 2000, both Quin and Kevin began to see the potential in each other that could make great music. After many different projects aside from working together the two decided it was time to give it a try.
Kevin started working in a cover band with Quin and his brother in 2002. The Edmonton cover trio had hopes of writing their own original music.

The trio wanted to add another guitarist to the band. During their search in the winter of 2004 the band met Frey Banman at an open stage hosted by a mutual friend. They would then ask frey to join in 2005. Frey stayed with the cover band known as Faltar for three months before the bad communication he had with the band would cause him to leave in may 2005.

In September of 2005 the trio then decided there was no use in going back to just covers and decided the time was right for them to get serious and September Stone was born. The trio began work on original music but felt that it needed something more. Quin then asked Frey to rejoin them in their new band.

The four members of September Stone were finally ready to expand on their music and create their own cutting edge sound.

In January 2006 the band asked their long time friend Michelle Fuiten if she would help out with their bookings. Michelle began to work with the band and booked them into a recording studio for a three track demo.

In February 2006 the band was ready to sign the contract to record their demo when Quin's brother left the band.

Quin, Kevin and Frey then decided that they would move forward with the bands recording. Without a bass player they signed the demo contract in mid February and the search for a new bass section was under way. Quin asked his cousin and fellow guitar player Pete Brule if he would like to try the bass and try out for the band. During his audition the band felt very comfortable with his playing and attitude, and quickly asked him to join and record with them. The three founding members of September Stone felt the band was again complete.

In under 19 hours in the studio September Stone layed out an innovative demo. "The time was just right for us to record" says Quin "And we want to keep moving forward with our music". .