Zoom

Former d in mid ’76 Chris Haight (guitar) John Hamilton (drums; switched to bass) Bent Rasmussen (drums) Zoom was formed in the Fall of 1976 and debuted at Toronto Queen Street bar The Beverly Tavern on New Year’s Eve of that year. It was there that the band would meet up with future scene makers …

Zooom

A conglomerate of several Sarnia garage bands in the mid ’60s, Zooom was centered around singers/guitarists Kim Mitchell and Jim Chevalier. Mitchell and drummer Brian McLellan had left The Quotations, and Chevalier, along with bassist Dave Myles and Phil Goodwin on keyboards and sax had just dissolved their own band, The Unit Four. The new …

Zwol

After seven arduous years that saw the band release a string of singles but only one album, Brutus called it quits in late ’76. This left Toronto native and frontman Zwol (real name Walter Zwolinski) regrouping and going solo. A year later after assembling a back up band which partially consisted of ex-Brutus mate Dennis …