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Gentleman Reg

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Gentleman Reg


Years Active: 2000 to present

Genre: Indie rock, folk rock, lo-fi

Country: Trenton, Ontario, Canada


Reg Vermue ( vocals, guitar)
Dana Snell (drums, vocals)
Kelly McMichael ( keys, vocals)
Jon Hynes (bass, vocals)

Artist Bio:

From Wikipedia Reg Vermue is a Canadian indie rock singer from Toronto, Ontario. Born in Trenton, Ontario, he records as Gentleman Reg. His musical style has been compared to Elliott Smith, Aimee Mann, The Smiths and Cat Power. He had a cameo role in the 2006 film Shortbus. His first album, The Theoretical Girl, was released in 2000 on Three Gut Records. He released two more albums, Make Me Pretty in 2002 and Darby & Joan in 2004, on Three Gut before the label was folded in 2005. He subsequently signed to Arts & Crafts in 2008. His first release for that label, Little Buildings in 2008, was a compilation of tracks from his Three Gut albums. The album was created for release in the United States, where his earlier albums had never secured wide distribution. At the same time, he also released "You Can't Get it Back", an advance single from his first album of new material for Arts & Crafts, Jet Black, which was released in full on February 24, 2009. Jet Black marks the first proper studio album that he will be releasing in the United States. Members of Royal City and The Constantines have regularly appeared as Vermue's band, live and on recordings. As well as long time......[Read More]