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Nova Scotia Classic Rock

The Spoons

   Original Members:

Al Gaudet: Lead Vocals
John Geddes: Guitar, Vocals
Guy King: Bass
Bern Penton: Drums
Steve Lutley: Guitar

   Other Members:

Sharon Burry: Lead vocals (replaced Gaudet)
Larry MacDonald: Bass (replaced King)
Danny Champaine: Drums (replaced Penton)
Bill MacLeod: Drums (replaced Champaine)
Phil Chart: Bass (replaced MacDonald)
Tom Ronnan: Keyboards (replaced Lutley)
T.J. Myers: Guitar, Vocals
Ross Billard: Guitar
Craig Wright: Bass
John Daley: Keyboards
Bruce Dixon: Bass, Vocals

   The Spoons was formed by Halifax guitarist John Geddes who was previously in the P.E.I. based band "Taquila". The band played covers of such songs as Pat Benetar's "Hell Is For Children", Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" and a rocking version of Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'".

   Phil became the sound man for the band when another bass player joined the band. Guitarist and vocalist T.J. Myers was added to the line-up making the band even stronger. The band had to change it's name when an Ontario band with the same name released an album.


   On March 1/2023 The Spoons reunited to play at The Celebration Of Life for Shane Moore, John Geddes, Sharon Burry, Bill MacLeod, and Craig Wright were joined by Krista Worr Cornish on rhythm guitar and vocals. Their set included Blondie's "One Way or Another", Black Sabbath's " Paranoid", The Beatles' "Helter Skelter" ZZ Top's "Tush" and their hard rocking version of Nancy Sinatra's " These Boots Were Made For Walkin'". Videos available on Youtube.

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