Origin: St. Catharines, Ontario
Guitarist Craig Bradshaw, drummer Myron Wasyliw, and bassist Bob Siamro were the talented threesome that laid down the groundwork in 1981 for the Canadian rock group known as Direktive 17. Lead singer Andy Maize stepped into place about a year on down the road, making it a complete act that could stand on its own. Later he was replaced by Dave Wall. The group only recorded one offering, a self-titled EP. This '80s folk-rock band supposedly got their name from a piece of World War II history. "Direktive 17"