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The Tea Party

by Andrew Tijs on May 8, 2012

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Canada’s mystic rock legends The Tea Party discuss their reunion, new music, old music, their website battle, video games, grunge and more.

The Tea Party were a staple of the ’90s and early ’00s, delivering seven albums of majestic rock and roll spiced with Eastern sounds.

The original members Stuart Chatwood, Jeff Martin and Jeff Burrows reflect on their reunion and their offers, the seven years in between, interim projects (including Stuart scoring blockbuster video game Prince Of Persia), the conservative Tea Party movement trying to buy their web domain, the fact that their music hasn’t dated, getting “kicked out” of the grunge group, their Canadian reunion tour, and the inevitable new music.

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