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The Trews

by Paul Cashmere on January 7, 2013

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Canada’s The Trews formed in 1997.

The band has had 10 rock hits in their homeland and last year released their 4th album ‘Hope and Ruin’, produced by Gord Sinclair.

They’ve collaborated with Australia’s Shannon Noll, Rich Robinson from Black Crowes and Ian McLagen from The Faces and covered a Paul Kelly song.

They’ve toured with The Rolling Stones, Kiss, Bruce Springsteen and Nickelback.

The Trews have a lot of story to tell and they told it to Noise11.com.

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