Band Spotlight - Small-Town Strip Club
Small-Town Strip Club is a rock band from Stratford, Ontario in Canada.
We started jamming in 2017, as we started as a cover band playing different rock songs of our interest. Our name 'Small-Town Strip Club' is inspired by a segment on a London Rock Radio Show (FM96). We originally just needed a name for our first bar tab, but the name stuck as we thought it was kind of funny, and it had a nice ring to it. We originally covered a lot of Canadian rock music, such as the Sheepdogs, Glorious Sons, Arkells, The Hip, and Sloan (to name a few).
Our Canadian rock inspiration certainly helped shape the bluesy / alternative rock sound we're going for with our original music.
We first released original music in January 2020, with a 2 song project titled, "Twisted Muse." The debut songs on this project are titled "Climb These Heights" and "Ends Meet." We recorded these tunes and our latest single "Fool's Gold" in EMAC Studios in London Ontario with Producer Nick Fetchison. "Climb These Heights" has built some traction with over the months as it has 50,000 streams and counting from apple music and Spotify.
We just released our most recent single "Fool's Gold" Friday May 8th, and we have another single in the vault (with a release date TBA). Although we are bummed that we've had to postpone / cancel all our spring shows, we were very fortunate to get into the studio right before the pandemic was in 'full swing.' We've been using the time to release unreleased tracks, write some music and revamp our set for when we return to the stage. We can't wait to get back on stage, keep our momentum rolling, and have some fun nights in the process!
If you dig good rock music check out our socials and latest single "Fool's Gold”
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