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New band

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Message 1 - posted by moppy (U1767292) , Dec 29, 2006

For those who might be interested..
The band Splinter have renamed themselves to Shake The Roots. Established musicians, each playing in other bands too.Selection of music including original songs, folk, oldtime, blues, cajun and pop.
website
www.shaketheroots.co...

A presentation can be downloaded from the site, the clips of songs are also available.
Happy listening folks.
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Message 2 - posted by chris murray (U3149163) , Dec 30, 2006

Is that the Splinter who used to play with the Sutherland Brothers about 30 years ago?

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Message 3 - posted by pfrostsm (U6988610) , Dec 30, 2006

I think that was Quiver was it not?

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Message 4 - posted by chris murray (U3149163) , Dec 30, 2006

Yes, you're right. I definitely remember a band called Splinter from that era, though.

Whatever happened to the Sutherland Brothers? One of them wrote Rod Stewart's 'Sailing' I seem to remember.

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Message 5 - posted by moppy (U1767292) , Dec 30, 2006

No, there were so many 'Splinters' thats why they changed their name to Shake the Roots.

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