Rock n’ roll dreams are closer to reality for local progressive rock band Louder Than Love (LTL), which is advancing through the Fox Seeds competition. The band has several connections to Cap, including Paul and Tony Lambert who are sons of librarian, David.
Paul is the lead guitar and tunesmith of LTL. His CD, Dark Days, was a solo project released last fall. Paul completed the Contemporary Music and Technology program at Selkirk College and has a jazz studies degree from McGill University. He learned his chops on cruise ships and playing with a number of indie bands in the Big Apple.
Bass player, Tony, has an associate degree in Psychology from Capilano University and is currently registered in Medical Radiography at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Tony was trained as a drummer, but quickly got up to speed on bass when his brother formed the band to perform the CD.
The CD’s critical acclaim and the band’s growing following is due in no small part to their publicity manager, Nicole McLuckie (also with the Arts Club), who is a grad of Cap’s Theatre Arts and Arts and Entertainment Management programs.
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