One Bad Son
Summary: What do you get when you put four mildly disturbed young men in a band house for two years in the middle of the cold, isolated prairie, feeding them Stooges, Soundgarden, rare meat and Zeppelin? Maybe something like Saskatoon's One Bad Son, who are about to take over your iPod. One Bad Son is an anomaly in today’s music industry. At a time when mainstream hard rock has become stale and predictable – and viewed as passé in most indie rock circles – One Bad Son has defied the norm, finding success in a niche of hard rock that is as fresh and intelligent as it is loud.
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