Jeff Jones

Jeff Jones, Chicago born son of jazz pianist Claude Jones, made his debut in the rock world at the tender age of 16 in the band Ocean, recording a platinum hit Put Your Hand In The Hand. His next venture, was as member of rock group Red Rider. Hits included White Hot, Human Race, and Lunatic Fringe. 
In 1991 he joined Juno award winning rock band Infidels with Molly Johnson and Norman Orenstein.
In 2001, he released his first solo CD Positive and, in 2007,  an EP Heir of Desperation. 
Over the course of his career he has played with rock legends Burton Cummings, Randy Bachman, Tom Cochrane, Ronnie Hawkins, and Lawrence Gowan. Since 2003, Jeff has toured regularly with Tom Cochrane and Red Rider, Burton Cummings, and plays regularly with his band the Carpet Frogs.

Gerry Finn

Gerry Finn is a guitarist and singer from St. John’s, Newfoundland, who has been playing music since he was a child. He started with a ukulele and later switched to electric guitar. He moved to Toronto in the late 1980s and joined the Canadian metal band Killer Dwarfs as their lead guitarist in 1991. He has also played with other bands such as Helix, Jeff Jones, and The Rowdymen.

He is known for his energetic and skillful guitar playing, as well as his Newfoundland roots and sense of humour. He has received several awards and nominations, including a Juno Award for Hard Rock Album of the Year in 1993 with Killer Dwarfs.

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