A listen to Three Quarter Stone is like a ride on the TTC subway... it's loud and rocking like a fast moving train, but with a little bit of everything mixed in. It can provide very different moods, from the frantic energy of rush hour to winding down at 2am, or between different sections of track. Their sound is both familiar and new, and you're sure to hear something a little different each time you have a listen. A good kind of different, like their singer's choice of shoes! So come along and Ride The Rocket with Three Quarter Stone... it's the better way to go!
Happy New Years Everyone!! Some exciting things happening with Three Quarter Stone that you should know about:
Secondly, "Fighting" has been added to rotation on a number of radio stations across Canada including CJIT FM in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, CFMV FM Chandler Quebec, CKNL The Bear in Fort St. John BC, and CFWF The Wolf in Regina SK.
Last but defintely not least, the new single "Fighting" has been voted into the top 41 of 2014 on the Jimmy K show at maxinkradio.com!
We've also added some new photos to the gallery pages, with a few more coming over the next week or so.
We are excited to announce that out latest studio album entitled "Fighting", has now been released! Head over to the music page now to check it out. The new album is available through CDBaby, and we will be following up this release with a North American tour with Krokus and Michael Schenker!
Thank-you to the Kitchener-Waterloo Lions Club for a great Oktoberfest 2013 at Altes-Munchen Haus! What a treat to meet legendary Walter Ostanek and play a couple of polka songs with him at Queensmount Arena!!
"Where It's At" is the lead single from Guelph rock quintet Three Quarter Stone's third album. It's a leering, sneering defiant summer party rock anthem that roundly declares the boys are back and pumped with cat scratch fever. Quiet Riot reborn?
'Refined garage rock; the energy and balls of AC/DC, crisp and present vocals of Mick Jaggar, with todays big pop/rock production and socially relevant themes'. Guelph is a quaint university town, whose downtown core has stereotypically been known as an 'artsy' community; but if you're expecting that Guelph's 'Three Quarter Stone' is another band of generationally lost hippies that can be found discussing the importance of granola in the vegetarian diet at Hillside Festival then you are in for a surprise. This five piece band is electrified adrenaline on stage. Pure unadulterated, triple xxx rock 'n roll!
- David Farrell
Early believers at radio:
To celebrate this single release, we are having a video contest on YouTube! This is your chance to have your video featured on our website and win VIP passes to our shows. We've even built a lame video to get the contest kicked off, so go check it out now!