Econoline Crush

Econoline Crush Artistfacts

  • 1998-
    Trevor HurstVocals
    Dan YaremkoBass
    John HaroDrums
  • They formed in Seattle when Hurst answered an ad in a paper from a band looking for a lead singer. The moved to Vancouver shortly after they formed.
  • Their first album, The Devil You Know, won album of the year at the Juno Awards, Canadas equivalent of The Grammys.
  • They benefit from Canadian content regulations, which require Canadian radio stations to play a lot of music from Canadian bands.
  • Their name comes from the French novel Jeu de Fountaine by Euxebe Auxtry. In the book, Econoline Crush is a kind of drug.
  • They opened some shows for KISS in 1998.

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