Favourite.. Less known Canadian bands of 90's fame #3 - Rusty
October 11, 2016 7:46pm CST
Hello hello. How are you all tonight? Now reaching the top 3 bands, of the 10, with the eighth out of 10, here we go! The band, is Rusty. They formed in 1994, in Toronto, and are currently active. Between the years 2000 and 2011, they were broken up, but in 2011, they reunited to play a show, and to continue their existence as a band. Remember the first band on my list in this series? (Doughboys).. Well, funny thing happens to be, that at the beginning of Rusty's existence, the guitar player from Doughboys (Scott McCullough) actually was the original guitar player with Rusty, in its formation. Now, I am linking a video to a Rusty song, called California. This time, I am trying something different, the song is live, and it's not amazing quality, but it will do (it's not terrible quality either) and there is nice scenery as well, so enjoy!! :)
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• Redlands, California
12 Oct 16
Not bad, have kind of the grunge sound. Recording is a bit full of static, but sounds good and raspy vocally. Any song about California I like. lol I am not sure why since this place disappoints me every year. I guess that is where most people live. I would have no problem here if there were less people.
• Orillia, Ontario
13 Oct 16
Yeah, I agree about the grunge-like sound for sure :) Yes, unfortunately there is not a whole lot of great stuff available for their music videos or live material, as far as sound quality goes. I always wanted to visit California, but I don't like big crowds of people, or too many people in general so that may not go so well haha. Anyways, I hope your situation works out for the best.. Maybe you can move to a less crowded town or state, if that's not too extreme, not sure!