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Rock Plaza Central

Although Toronto novelist Chris Eaton performed being a solo artist in the later ’90s and early 2000s beneath the name Rock and roll Plaza Central (occasionally with a variety of backing musicians), it wasn’t until 2003 that Rock and roll Plaza Central became a genuine band, recruiting Rob Carson (guitar, banjo, trombone), John Whytock (accordion, trumpet, percussion), Donald Murray (mandolin, trumpet), Scott Maynard (bass), and Blake Howard (drums) — with Fiona Stewart (violin) becoming involved 2004 — before releasing The World Was Hell to Us. The quirky concept record Are We Not really Horses implemented in Apr 2007. The departures of Carson and Whytock decreased the group to a quintet. Rock and roll Plaza Central agreed upon to the Toronto-based indie label Paper Handbag Records for another album, At this time of Our Many Needing, or ONLY IF They Could CHANGE, They Would Find out They Weren’t By itself, released in the U.S. on June 16, 2009.

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