The Killjoys with Luke Bentham at Bridgeworks – Hamilton, Ontario – December 10, 2022

The Killjoys performed at Bridgeworks of their hometown of Hamilton, Ontario, on Saturday, December 10, celebrating their thirtieth anniversary. (PHOTO: Kris Gelder – Snapshots by Kris)

Hamilton’s very personal ’90s alternative-rock trio Juno award-winning The Killjoys hit the stage at Bridgeworks Saturday, December 10, celebrating their thirtieth anniversary. Mike Trebilcock (vocals and guitar), Shelley Woods (bass), and Gene Champagne (drums), shared the stage with Juno-winner, Luke Bentham, from The Soiled Nil, opening the night time.

The set checklist included Killjoys’ classics similar to Dana, Rave and Drool, Soaked and As we speak I Hate Everybody. A deep minimize from the band’s Starry file, Area Woman, additionally made its method into the set that includes drummer Gene Champagne on guitar and vocals. The Killjoys are again and with that injected some model new music into their set. (Full set checklist in photograph gallery).

In early 2023 the band will likely be hitting the studio to file new materials. They’ve added some extra Ontario exhibits scheduled for early February acting at:

The Bitmore – Oshawa, Ontario – Fri Feb 3 – Tickets

The 27 Membership – Ottawa, Ontario – Sat Feb 4 – Tickets

The Hub – Kitchener, Ontario – Sat Feb 11 – Tickets

All pictures by Kris Gelder – Snapshots by Kris
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