Stone Throw Second
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Stone Throw Second

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | INDIE

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | INDIE
Band Rock Alternative


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"Salvation Army Draws Attention To Homelessness"

May has been declared Dignity Month by the Salvation Army, and the Dignity Project is helping to educate the public about the reality of poverty in the 21st century.

The Dignity Project highlights that everyone should have access to basic necessities and has the right to dignity.

Throughout the month of May, the Salvation Army and many of its local units will host events focusing on the concept of dignity.

The latest was this past long weekend at The Forks, where eight bands donated their time to the cause.

There are roughly 3,000 homeless people in Winnipeg, with the number fluctuating based on the weather. The Salvation Army has room for about 410 people per night and can stretch to add another 50 if required. Winnipeg’s Siloam Mission can shelter 100 people and the Main Street Mission can accommodate 30 to 40 people.

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Full Length Record:

All Cities Fall (2011)


December, Home, Ashes to Dust- CFEQ Ignite 107.1 FM(Winnipeg, MB)

December - CJKR Power 97.5 FM (Winnipeg, MB)

December - CKLM The Goat 106.1 FM (Lloydminster, AB)

December - CJLK 91X (Belleville, ON)

Ashes To Dust - CKMM Hot 103.1 FM (Winnipeg, MB)



Alternative rock group Stone Throw Second independently released debut album "All Cities Fall" summer 2011, produced by John Peters (Death Cab for Cutie, Comeback Kid, The Waking Eyes)

The group is currently working alongside producer/manager Dale Penner (Nickelback, Jonas and the Massive Attraction) on a 5 song EP to be released spring 2012

STS delivers melodic riff oriented rock with a throwback feel

STS excels in reaching their audience with their "four on the floor" rock grooves. Program director Casey Norman of Winnipeg's CJKR-FM Power 97 draws the comparison of "Foo Fighters to Van Halen." STS' first show was with Juno-award winning artist Greg Sczebel, since then sharing the stage with well established artists such as the Trews, Theory of a Deadman, Skillet, Kutless, Manic Drive, Manafest and Kiros

STS recently completed a summer tour for their debut record that included dates from Illinois, in the U.S.A., through to western Canada. In June 2011, the group was crowned winners for CJKR Power 97's River City Rocks competition that seeks out the best in independent music throughout Manitoba