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The Lad Classic


After some re-tooling and a couple member changes The Lad Classic are back with a brand new album “Rectifier”. Produced and engineered by Damon de Szegheo and Oak Recording Studio in Toronto. Their third single is a reflective track titled “Halfway to Memphis”. While still keeping up with the vintage arena rock sound that the Lad Classic do so well, this one has a nice loud/quiet dynamic which gives you something to think about while you rock out. The new album is available for purchase on their website and keep an eye out for their return to Toronto following a summer of touring around Ontario and Quebec. – Kris Gies


Toronto rockers The Lad Classic are back with a brand new music video. These guys bring it back to when rock n' roll was cool and rockstars were still a thing. Ben Healey can absolutely rip a guitar over top of their very talented rhythm section. Meanwhile Paul on vocals will hit notes you can't even dream of. They could take the place of Slash's band and if you closed your eyes you might not know the difference. If you like rock n roll the way it used to be then get ready for The Lad Classic's new album "Rectifier" dropping in a few weeks. You can pre-order the album on their website now. Their CD release party goes down at the Rivoli on March 4th. Here's their latest video "Who". - Kris Gies




The Lad Classic are a solid rock n roll band based right here in Toronto. Their sound brings ya back to the days of the real rockstar. They fit right in with Aerosmith, Kiss or Guns n Roses. In fact I think guitarist Ben Healey could probably teach Slash a few things. He can really shred. Josiah on drums holds a beat down like no other while Paul rips the vocals all the way up to the high notes. They have one EP currently available and all of the tracks were recorded plugged and unplugged. The highlight is definitely "Cadillac Jack" which they made a music video for too. They have a new release on the way in the coming months but you can see them LIVE this Saturday at the Rivoli. - Kris Gies


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