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The Western Investor

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The Western Investor
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Background information
Also known asFeisty, The Mean Reds
OriginVancouver, British Columbia, Canada
GenresIndie pop
LabelsSci Con
Websitethewesterninvestor.ca
MembersHeidi Ernest, Drew Pirie, Rob Walter, Gareth Eaves

The Western Investor is a Canadian indie pop band from Vancouver, signed to the indie label Sci Con Records. The foursome have also performed as Feisty and The Mean Reds. The band members are Heidi Ernest, her husband Gareth Eaves, Drew Pirie, and Rob Walter.

Their single "If You Wanna Go" from This Beautiful Town was on frequent rotation at CBC Radio 3.[1] Feisty's "Big Life" appeared on the 2000 PlayStation game NHL Rock the Rink.[2] They also made appearances on the Rogers Cable television show Daytime and had two songs featured in the film Better Than Chocolate.[3]

Discography[edit]

  • 2006: This Beautiful Town

See also[edit]


Others articles of the Topic Music of Canada : Henri Fabergé and the Adorables, The Latency, List of one-hit wonders in Canada, Dawntreader, Music of Prince Edward Island, Stuart Brawley, Air Ticket
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References[edit]

  1. Craig Norris (2007-04-27). "The R3-30: Week Ending May 3rd, 2007". CBC Radio 3. Retrieved 2007-05-06.[permanent dead link]
  2. articles with dead external links%5d%5d%5b%5bCategory:Articles with dead external links from October 2017%5d%5d[%5b%5bWikipedia:Link rot|dead link%5d%5d] "NHL Rock the Rink > Credits" Check |url= value (help). Allgame. Retrieved 2007-05-06.
  3. " Original Soundtrack Better Than Chocolate". AllMusic, Review by Stacia Proefrock

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