The Mighty Masters of None
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The Mighty Masters of None

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Jul
04
The Mighty Masters of None @ It's Your Festival

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

May
29
The Mighty Masters of None @ This A'int Hollywood

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Jan
22
The Mighty Masters of None @ Multiple Venue's

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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"Great sound" - Ronnie King (bass/vocals for Canada's legendary group The Stampeders)

"This is too good" Matt Hayes CHCH-TV

"Whoa, that's excellent.... when you're playing live, I'll be there!" - Tim Boileau (sound engineer, Sarasin)

"pop melodies with hard rock riffs...showing all the grit they can muster and still being ready for classic rock radio" - Ric Taylor, VIEW magazine

"Originality is the foundation, a rock group with substance. The group's sound rises above the general cacophony of crash, clang, bang, allowing the listeners into the song, melody and lyrics." - Alex Reynolds, entertainment reporter CHCHTV

- various


Discography

Soon to be released CD
Have received airplay on CHCH-TV
CD's released with other bands - Now Here This, Backporch, Spoiled Rotten.

www.myspace.com/themightymastersofnone

facebook.com/group.php?gid=246355640202

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The Mighty Masters of None are a new Hamilton super group with members coming from Spoiled Rotten, Now Here This, King Federal, The Garburators, The Hartleys, Richard Kill, Backporch and Dogsnest.

"Great sound" - Ronnie King (bass/vocals for Canada's legendary group The Stampeders)

"Originality is the foundation, a rock group with substance. The Mighty Masters sound rises above the general cacophony of crash, clang, bang, allowing the listeners into the song, melody and lyrics." - Alex Reynolds, entertainment reporter CHCHTV.

"pop melodies with hard rock riffs...sticking to the basics of hard rocking pop, akin to Cheap Trick, latter day Beatles or The Pursuit Of Happiness...showing all the grit they can muster and still being ready for classic rock radio" - Ric Taylor, VIEW magazine