Fusing classic blues and boogie seems having a hot-wired hard rock and roll assault and a part purchase of Southern rock and roll attitude, guitarist Chris Colepaugh and his strap the Cosmic Team have earned a loyal following a hard way, having a occupied plan of road are the group produced its way through the UNITED STATES touring circuit. Originally from Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, Colepaugh shaped the group in 1996, teaming up with bassist Lynn Daigle and Craig Watson, the to begin many drummers who use the group. (Watson would also create lyrics for most of Colepaugh’s tunes.) Weeks later, the original lineup of the group documented its debut recording, 1996’s Galaxy, in one day time, as the music group began playing gradually in the Maritime provinces in Eastern Canada. After earning a talent competition, Colepaugh as well as the Team journeyed to Halifax, Nova Scotia, where they documented 1997’s Mazes and Mirrors reside in the studio room. By this time around, Watson had lowered from the Team, and Cameron Murphy got authorized on as their drummer. In 1998, Murphy remaining the group, and Colepaugh started using two drummers, Kevin Macintyre and Danny Bourgeois, with both trading off on live times based on availability. The group also briefly released a keyboard participant towards the Cosmic Team, Andre Leblanc, but he remaining before the music group could start focus on 1999’s Sixteen Second Solace, which noticed the come back of Craig Watson on drums. In 2001, Colepaugh released the recording Trip, but although it was acknowledged to him as well as the Cosmic Staff, he played all of the instruments onto it himself; for touring, Daigle came back on bass, and Remi Bourque changed Macintyre in the drumming rotation. That same calendar year, these were finalists for the CBC-TV music competition series THE FANTASTIC Canadian Music Fantasy, and they continuing touring aggressively through Canada as well as the Eastern USA. Another CC&CC record, 2003’s WITH TIME, was also documented with Colepaugh tackling all musical instruments, and in 2004 the guitarist still left Canada for SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, where he spent almost a year playing West Coastline solo schedules and writing brand-new material. Programs for recording another Cosmic Staff album had been scuttled whenever a wellness emergency compelled Colepaugh to possess surgery to eliminate his gall bladder and he battled through an extended healing process. It wasn’t until 2006 that Colepaugh could complete his following release, INSIDE YOUR Garden, which he documented and stated in his very own studio room, aswell as playing all of the instruments; the record earned especially enthusiastic testimonials, and boosted Colepaugh’s popularity in his indigenous Canada. That same 12 months, Colepaugh also sat in around the classes for the LP A Glass of Chilly Poison by Grady, offering Gordie Johnson, a pal of Colepaugh who previously led the group Big Sugars. Colepaugh also started dealing with drummer Shawn Sasyniuk, who along with Danny Bourgeois became among the Crew’s two standard drummers. In ’09 2009, Colepaugh, Daigle, and Bourgeois demonstrated off their chops like a stage take action on their 1st live album, Burning up. In ’09 2009 Colepaugh was also tapped to try out acoustic guitar with Roch Voisine, an award-winning vocalist, songwriter, acting professional, and radio sponsor, accompanying Voisine on the highway in Canada and European countries. Just a 12 months later, Colepaugh surfaced from his studio room with another recording, Missed a full page, which was called Album of the entire year in the 2011 East Coastline Music Honours. While Colepaugh and his music group (who shortened their name from your Cosmic Team to this is the Team) stayed occupied on the highway, he also held up a dynamic plan with Voisine and gigged along with his aspect project Juggler’s Entire, but Chris Colepaugh & the Staff announced a fresh album for discharge in 2016, using the tentative name Stateless.