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Witness Inc

Witness Inc

Witness Inc


WITNESS INC. 1967 to 1971 Kenny Shields (lead vocals) Allan Ayers (bass) Ed Clynton (guitar) Bob Walker (bass; replaced Ayers) Derry Stewart (guitar; replaced Clynton) Les Bateman (organ, electric piano) Dave Tupper (drums) Craig Kaleal (drums; replaced Tupper) Bob Ego (drums; replaced Kaleal) Bruce Degenhart (bass; replaced and was replaced by Walker) Steve Boddington (guitar; replaced and was replaced by Stewart) Greg DeLaronde (vocals; replaced Shields in 1970) Read more on Last.fm
WITNESS INC. 1967 to 1971 Kenny Shields (lead vocals) Allan Ayers (bass) Ed Clynton (guitar) Bob Walker (bass; replaced Ayers) Derry Stewart (guitar; replaced Clynton) Les Bateman (organ, electric piano) Dave Tupper (drums) Craig Kaleal (drums; replaced Tupper) Bob Ego (drums; replaced Kaleal) Bruce Degenhart (bass; replaced and was replaced by Walker) Steve Boddington (guitar; replaced and was replaced by Stewart) Greg DeLaronde (vocals; replaced Shields in 1970) Arnie Guzyk (vocals; replaced DeLaronde in 1970) Don Johnson (guitar) Terry Thomas (guitar; replaced Stewart in 1970) Ed Kilbride (vocals; replaced Guzyk in 1970) Larry Chalmers Bill Hardie (guitar; replaced Thomas in 1970) WITNESS INC. 1975 Kenny Shields (vocals) Ken "Spider" Sinnaeve (bass) Craig Kaleal (drums) George Martin (guitar) Bob Deutscher (guitar) Daryl Gutheil (keyboards) Bob Ego (drums; replaced Kaleal) Saskatoon's Witness Inc. is notable as the band that launched the musical career of future Streetheart vocalist Kenny Shields.

The band had an exciting stage show that helped them build a large following and attract the interest of Apex Records. With the strength of their first single, "I'll Forget Her Tomorrow", the band steam rolled across the Western Provinces where they became very successful. However, the follow-up single, "Jezebel", failed to gain a foothold in Ontario, but did reach #1 on the Western Canada charts. The Eastern seaboard would take three more singles to conquer.

Other songs included "Not You Girl". Witness Inc. toured with Cream and Roy Orbison. Read more on Last.fm.

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