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  • The High Co$t Of Low Living - 2005

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  • Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir Offical Website
  • Chart Attack Review - Tuesday June 07, 2005

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For a decade, Hugh Dillon led Canada’s The Headstones in a full-on frontal assault on rock ‘n’ roll, storming back and forth across the country and leaving behind a trail of mayhem.
That encouragement led to Dillon and Osti bringing in Derek Downham (drums), Ben Kobayashi (keyboards), and JP Polsoni (guitar) to complete the Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir.
Dillon is proud that the band’s debut, The High Cost of Low Living, is a collaboration rather than some vanity solo project.
Hugh Dillon (117 words)
Hugh Dillon (born May 31, 1963 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actor and musician.
Dillon subsequently formed the band Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir.
Hugh Dillon also does the voiceovers for Canadian Chevrolet ads both on TV and radio.
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