Flawed Design [Stabilo]

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Unread postby musicmonkey » Fri May 26, 2006 4:22 pm

Stabilo wrote:Stabilo's first single 'Flawed Design,' from their recently released album Happiness & Disaster (April 4), has reached the #1 chart position this week at Hot AC. 'Flawed Design' is also the #2 most played song by a Canadian artist at radio and is currently #18 at Rock.

Stabilo have a long history at radio with 'Flawed Design' being their 3rd single to achieve Top 10 status at Hot AC in Canada. Their previous singles include 'One More Pill' and the standout hit 'Everybody' which was re-recorded for Happiness & Disaster.

Recently the band has been on tour across Canada performing alongside Mobile and INXS. Friday nights show in Toronto at the Mod Club will be filmed for a future video release and the band will be joined by guest keyboard player Kevin Young. Tickets for this event can be found at www.ticketmaster.ca.

What the critics are saying:
'Flawed Design is a once in a lifetime song that any songwriter would love to have their name on.' - Soulshine.ca

'Stabilo have it all – melodic, catchy songs, great vocalists in both Jesse Dryfhout and Christopher John, great lyrics and solid musicians. A great album.'- Moncton Times & Transcript

'A full-length collection of emotion and introspection set to strongly-crafted melodies...'- Amazon.ca

Upcoming tour dates include:

Friday May 26 Mod Club Toronto
Wednesday May 31 Savoy Theatre Glace Bay
Thursday June 1 The Manhattan Club Moncton
Friday June 2 Rustler's Truro
Saturday June 3 The Marquee Halifax
Tuesday June 6 Casbah Hamilton
Wednesday June 7 Chubby Pickle Windsor
Thursday June 8 Woodys Sarnia
Friday June 9 L3 Nightclub St. Catherines
Saturday June 10 Call The Office London
Saturday June 30 Funtastic Festival Grounds Vernon
Saturday July 1 Millenium Park Surrey

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