The band of musicians that eventually formed the Clumsy Enthusiasts didn’t really plan to take up a band. They’d simply play out around their house foundation of Vancouver, rotating their folky, frequently riotous undertake rock and roll in pubs, basements, and garden celebrations. But people observed and beginning clamoring for a lot more than simply the weekend gigging, as well as the music group was officially created. Between 2000 and 2002 the Clumsy Enthusiasts self-released some recordings that combined their Celtic, bluegrass, and rock and roll influences. Still, these were mainly a live music group. That transformed with 2004’s Following the Flood, that they manufactured in a studio room to get a label (the Canadian powerhouse Nettwerk). The likewise studio-crafted Smart Child followed a yr later, as well as the Clumsy Enthusiasts backed it with an extended tour plan. By that time the band’s lineup got solidified around vocalist and bassist Chris Joad, flame-fingered fiddler Andrea Lewis, guitarist and harmonica participant Trevor Rogers, banjoist Jason Horney, and drummer Gord Robert.
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