REDINGER is a Rock 'N' Roll power trio!


Gritty Rock 'N' Roll! REDINGER surges with soulful vocals, haunting stark lyrics, catchy guitar riffs, and a driving bottom end. REDINGER's stylish edgy sound (largely influenced by hard rock, blues, and country) has a sexy groove that oozes raw passion and conviction. This electric power trio delivers a storming live performance that rattles the spine, intrigues the eyes, and provokes the pelvis to thrust.

Band History & Accomplishments

  • Shared stage with: The Doors, The Trews, David Wilcox, Grady, Mudmen, Inward Eye, See Spot Run, Bobnoxious, The Joys, Dry County, & Derek Miller

  • ROCKSTOCK 2010 showcasing artist along with: The Doors, Big Sugar, & Thornley

  • Selected to showcase at Summer Blast 2010 along with: David Wilcox, & The Salads

  • Album of the Year Nomination for 'Bound & Blazed' - 94.9 FM CHRW

  • Summer Blast '09 (voted by industry agents, club owners, and fans to open for The Trews & Inward Eye)

  • Canadian Music Week, Toronto (Scene Magazine Showcasing Artist, 2008 & 2009)

  • Rail City Music Festival (RCMF), 2009 (Showcasing Artist)

  • Best Rock Band, London Music Awards (Nominations 2013, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007)

  • National/International Radio Play & Interviews: The Rock 95.1/100.7FM, CKCU 93.1FM, 94.9 FM CHRW, 102.3 BOB FM, MyFM, Radio Aria 99.6FM 'France', Radio Coteaux 97.7FM 'France', 94.1 FM Radio 2 Skopje, Macedonia

  • REDINGER Proudly Endorses: Traynor Amplifiers, & Indie Guitars

  • Showcased Live at: PD13 'Friday 13', Port Dover '07; Canada Day Celebrations, Grand Bend '07; Fringe Festival, London ON '07; Final 4 in Canada D'eh BOTB, Chatham '08

  • Performed at various benefits in support of causes such as Crohn's and Colitis (Gut Rock Concert Series) and Cancer (Notes & Hopes)

  • Recorded & released three CD's, including the New album, 'Bound & Blazed'. View Discography

  • Band performs live regularly, and has played numerous live shows. View List of Gigs

". . . if you like your guitars electric and your sound a little on the heavy side, tracks like 'Tombstone' and 'Friday Night' should do the trick"

- Dave Clarke, Scene Magazine