Chalk Circle Releasing Remastered Catalogue

April 5, 2013 - 11:21am

Deadbolt Music & boom 97.3 present
Lees Palace Friday June 7 2013
Doors 9 pm

Chalk Circle is reuniting for one show to celebrate their re-mastered catalogue being available on-line for the first time via their own label, Park Music.

Tickets on sale this Friday April 5 at 12 noon at Ticketfly
This show is 19+ show

Chalk Circle formed in 1983 and gained notoriety by the mid-eighties with solid National radio airplay with songs such as “April Fool”, “This Mourning”, “Me Myself and I” and the T. Rex classic “20th Century Boy”. Their albums were released in Canada, Germany and Japan with 1987’s Album “Mending Wall” achieving certified “Platinum” status in Canada. During that time they headlined numerous National tours and shared the stage with the likes of Rush, Crowded House, and Tears for Fears. They also played festival shows in East Berlin, Germany six months prior to the collapse of the Berlin Wall. The band has recently reformed and played three sold out shows in Toronto in 2011 and 2012. One performance at the Horseshoe Tavern for the 40th Anniversary Juno 80’s night event and another co-headlining bill at the Mod Club and later at The Phoenix with friends Blue Peter got the band excited to perform again. Original member’s vocalist and guitarist Chris Tait, bassist Brad Hopkins, drummer Derrick Murphy will be joined by long-time friend and Blue Peter keyboardist Jason Sniderman

Chalk Circles re-mastered on-line catalogue includes
“The Great Lake” Their 1986 debut 6 song EP (plus 3 bonus tracks) including their top ten Hit “April Fool”.
“Mending Wall” This 1987 album features two Top 10 singles "This Mourning” and their cover of T-Rex's "20th Century Boy”.
“As the Crow Flies” Released in 1989, this album featured two singles, "Sons and Daughters" and "Together".

The three re-mastered titles will be available, world wide, on line on Tuesday May 28, 2013

The Chalk Circle catalogue also includes a 2006, greatest hits compilation as part of Universal Musics’ 20th Century Masters series, this title was remastered in 2006.

For more information, photos and interviews please contact David MacMillan   416 457 8002