The Gentlemen's Club
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The Gentlemen's Club


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The best kept secret in music


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Spend the Night EP - 2005 - 8 tracks

Singularity LP- 2006 - 11 tracks


Feeling a bit camera shy


Many bands have had to play two sets in one night; The Gentlemen’s Club has played two sets in one night on the back of a flatbed truck. Willing to try anything once, Mark, Andre, Joe and the angelic Lorissa (collectively known as TGC) have relished every chance they have had to find their niche in the Southern Ontario music scene. If the opportunity arises to play a gig, TGC is always at the ready, whether it is on the back of a truck, on the lanes of the local bowling alley, in a hockey arena, parks, gymnasiums or sleazy dives just a stone’s throw away from a nearby crack-house.

Although TGC sometimes has to fight to get noticed in a Kitchener-Waterloo music scene dominated by punk and metal, the band has had no trouble winning over multitudes of fans from these genres, and more. TGC is a “diplomatic” kind of band, and many people seem to dig this mutually beneficial relationship. The band has appealed to people of all ages, from many adoring tweens to older judges for a number of Battle-of-the-Bands. In particular, a local music store owner and sound engineer from Strathroy gave a glowing testimonial, saying he was "surprised at the band’s maturity and originality on stage.”

Creatively, TGC is a band in the purest sense of the word. No one member is the driving artistic force behind the music. Rather, each TGC song is a singular creation by four equal contributors. This ensures songwriting is a unique adventure each and every time, and allows TGC to avoid "mimicking" any other band's sound. Each band member enjoys his/her own music from all different genres and artists; for example, you could find members of TGC listening to Public Enemy, Tool, Bob Marley, John Williams, No Doubt, The Tragically Hip, Rage Against the Machine, Third Eye Blind, Anti-Flag, or Dr. Dre.

Without a doubt, TGC provides a radio-friendly sound that is not easily defined by today's ever increasing musical catalogue.