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"U of T Radio"

"I expect to be seeing this (Stick To Your Guns) climbing the charts right away..." - Ron Burd, Music Director: CIUT 89.5, Toronto

"From XM Radio's THE VERGE"

"The Strip's much-anticipated "Stick To Your Guns" is a great record from a collection of fabulous Toronto musicians." - Joe Chisolm, Host, XM radio's The Verge, Indie Can Radio

"Mark Rheaume"

"Astoundingly Beautiful." - CBC Radio One National Playlist Director

"Richard Altavista"

"The real champ here is the song-writing; catchy, melancholic lyrics sung with understated grace and doused with sweet harmony
vocals." - CKCU, Ottawa

"Comments by Amanda Putz"

"I am smitten by the dangling banjo, sexy sax lines and lovely vocal harmonies. Great Tunes."
- CBC Radio 1 Host


Stick To Your Guns,
11 track full length Album released January 2009

Long gone Lonesome Lullabies
7 Track Acoustic EP
released January 2010



"Astoundlingly Beautiful." Mark Rheaume, CBC National Playlist Director, Host of Fresh Air

The Strip are a wonderfully quirky band who are attracting the attention their eclectic music so richly deserves. Offering
up the rarely paired alto sax with 5-string banjo, alongside sibling-esque harmonies, grit and grace, they are a band
who are rightfully making their mark on the roots circuit.
Born of the busker trade, these hard-working songsters have carefully plotted their course over the past five years:
releasing an enthusiastically-received debut, aptly titled, Stick To Your Guns, which speared them forward, ramping up
to a dizzying 100-show/year schedule. Also true to the band's name, the new disc 'Long gone Lonesome Lullabies' lays bare a stripped 'n' pure sound
that one would hear live on those long 'n' lonesome journeys.

The Strip ranked #1 on CIUT 89.5 (Canada's largest campus/community radio station!) in January 2009, and #9 on the National Earshot folk/roots charts.