Article Contributed by gratefulweb | Published on Tuesday, June 8, 2004

Emerging from Canada’s music hot-bed, the Okanagan’s very own Ten2nine are really making their mark on the local music scene. Their sound is being described as bigger-than-life itself with five-part harmonies and lush string and piano arrangements.

The brand new six-piece lineup includes the area's most accomplished musicians. Led by the powerful vocals of front-man Pat Brown, and the masterful collaboration with guitarist Randall Robinson, Ten2nine has already racked up eight Okanagan Music Awards and received tons of airplay across Canada and beyond! Add the production talents of newly added vocalist/ guitarist Jim LeGuilloux along with the areas most renowned studio engineer, keyboardist Vytas Synkevicius, and the band has a bountiful source to create and record new and groundbreaking songs. Original member, drummer Scott Gamble, is well known as the one of the most innovative and sought after percussionist in the area. Rounding out the lineup is bassist, keyboardist and vocalist Neville Bowman, who is renowned for his work in award-winning Jazz ensembles and theatre productions.

Ten2nine has found their award winning sound pushing into the far reaches of radio and media, at home and abroad, and have been reviewed in the February 2006 issue of Burrn! - Japan's biggest hard rock magazine. Their recent album "X-II-IX" produced three air-playable singles including the fan favorite Smoke in the Light. They continue to find airplay on commercial, college, satellite and Internet radio stations everywhere.

Performing live is the band’s biggest thrill and they can be seen playing music festivals, nightclubs and charitable events throughout B.C. and wherever their songs are receiving airplay. With a new CD in the works, a fresh new look and sound and a “45” to be released this summer previewing their new material, Ten2nine is about to make their mark once again.