Andrew “thee Guitar Star” Starr
Picking up his first guitar at the age of 8, Andrew immediately new that rock n roll was his calling. Practicing everyday until his fingers bled, Andrew could be heard wailing to the sounds of Led Zeppelin, Van Halen or whatever popular band was on the menu. Having a fondness toward the style of play of Jimmy Page, Andrew would stomp on his tube screamer pedal and jam away…much to the chagrin of his parents. His fav guitar is his strat and he holds a close relationship with it. It’s even been rumored that he takes it into the shower with him. His hometown is Scarborough and he is a proud Scarberian.
Dave “Big Honk’in” Konkin
Also known as the “Konkinator”, Dave brings a mellow calming presence that helps to focus the energy in the rehearsal space so that things don’t get out of control. Laying down the “Thump” isn’t an easy job but he has been able to keep the songs together. A little microphone shy, he also occasionally sings backing vocals. Being a Northern lad hailing from Sault Ste. Marie, oddly enough he is not a hockey player? He likes to refer to himself as “the Glue”. We’re not sure why?
Steve “Webbie” Webster
Though he hasn’t been a musician for a long time, he has come a long way with his playing.
Picking up the guitar in 1999 and then trowing it back in the closet in 2000, Steve has really enjoyed his progress and still has upside on improving. Although, having taken up the drums has really cut into his guitar playing and song writing ability. Currently he is experiencing writers block, not having churned out any new material in quite awhile. He may be destined to becoming the lead singer of a Monkees cover band. Having grown up in Brockvegas, he has a penchant for drinking and yelling at squirrels
James “Crazy Arms” Agnew
Hailing from Ottawa, James, like most drummers plays in a few outfits. Most notably known for his “surf style” of drumming. When he’s not jamming with the Tenants he’s playing with the “High Tides” and any
other bands that are in need of his services. Which is to say that there are a lot of bands out there looking for a fill-in, and James hasn’t let them down. The nickname comes from his style of play when he roles into a drum fill, you can just see a blur of arms that is similar too the Hindu deity Ganesh. With the exception that James’ is not blue in color, he is white and he is not a god.