Origin: Winnipeg, Manitoba, 🇨🇦
All photos courtesy Hans Sipma
This pop combo, who operated out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, were formed by Joey Gregorash in 1967. After recording four 45s, which met with little success commercially, they signed to RCA and enjoyed a hit when their final effort, Ivy In Her Eyes, peaked at the 77 slot on 31st October 1970.
Heartaches can also be found on the label's Winnipeg compilation and you'll also find Good Good Man on A Heavy Dose Of Lyte Psych (CD). Alan Schick later went solo, enjoying one hit.
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Joey Gregorash was a rock musician from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, who became the first solo Manitoba act to win a Juno Award in 1971. He started his career with local Winnipeg band the Mongrels. In the early 1970s he recorded a number of singles for Polydor Records, won a Juno Award, and had a string of Canadian hit singles, such as "Jodie" and his cover of Neil Young's "Down by the River."
In 1987, after years of inactivity, he returned to the charts with "Together (The New Wedding Song)" which to this day is a popular song at weddings
Joey also had a television show in Winnipeg that ran during the lunch hour on CTV called Skiddle-bits which featured his songs and videos from around Winnipeg.