After a few years of turmoil, Canadian rock band Jet Set Satellite is heading back out on the road.
The band began with vocalist and guitarist Trevor Tuminski and keys man and guitarist Dave Swiecicki joined by guitarist Mike Keller, drummer Jeff Tetrault and bassist Josh Eskin. The band's first album was 2000's Blueprint.
But as the years went on, relationships began to strain. According to Jet Set's official website, in the years between albums "the band dissolved their relationship with their former label after they tried to make them into something they were not. They went underground, things got ugly, members were fired, the band nearly broke up."
But JSS, now a new five-piece with Tuminski, Mike Keller (lead guitar), Jay Rink (bass) and Dave 'Bulldog' Swiecicki on keys and guitar, and Rich Reid on drums, and put together its sophomore album, Vegas, in October 2005.
Over the next couple of months, the band is headed on a tour of Ontario. Here's where you can catch them:
February 23, Kitchener, ON - The Still
February 25, Guelph, ON - Club Vinyl
February 26, Welland, ON - End Concert Lounge
February 27, Hamilton, ON - Underground
February 28, Barrie, ON - Foundation
March 1, Toronto, ON - Caps (Humber College)
March 5, Chatham, ON - Twisters
March 6, Windsor, ON - Chubby Pickle
March 8, Oshawa, ON - Dungeon
March 9, Peterborough, ON - Trasheteria
March 17, Kingston, ON - Merchant
March 27, Thunder Bay, ON - Outpost
Writer: Michelle Garcia