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Vinyl Flux - Performing Classic Rock from the Vinyl Era
Meaning: vi·nylic
(-nlk) adj. - shiny and tough and flexible plastic; used especially in the making of records.
flux - Constant or frequent change.

Vinyl Flux
is a rock and roll band from the Niagara area performing some of the greatest classic rock songs of our time. Our repertoire features note-for-note renditions of the "edgier" side of late 60's and 70's rock with artists like Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd and so many other of our musical heroes that inspired us all to become musicians in the first place!

Vinyl Flux is a band for those who appreciate a high level of musicianship while creating an energetic "buzz" for the audience. Five talented and long-time friends and musicians playing the kind of music that people know and love. We are not a typical mainstream cover band - it's classic rock played as music was meant to be played.

The Vinyl Flux philosophy is simple: A performance that drives the sound, feel and emotion of these iconic musical legends of an era of songwriting that has never been replicated. Back then, it was Vinyl LP's that we all collected and began to create our own personal musical collections that have stood the test of time. When forming Vinyl Flux, we chose a name that celebrates the best in Vinyl and also to capture our personal lives as musicians as always being in Flux, ever changing, always reinventing and perfecting our craft.

  Vinyl Flux (Get Fluxed) T's now available. Pick one up at a gig near you. They're cool!
*Fender Stratocaster sold separatley.




1963 - The Beatles are introduced to the Rolling Stones for the first time backstage in Richmond, England. George Harrison says he's particularly impressed by the unsigned band's performance.

1968 - Led Zeppelin announces new name and plays their first show at the University of Surrey in Guildford on 25 October.

1969 - Led Zeppelin enter the English albums chart with their self-titled debut in its third week of release.

1970 - The Beatles, one of the most popular and influential musical groups in history break up.

1971 - The Allman Brother's Band plays a legendary performance at the Filmore East in the east village of New York City.

1971 - lead singer of the group The Doors, Jim Morrison, was found dead in his bathtub in Paris France.

1972 - Pink Floyd's bebuts Dark Side of the Moon at The Dome, Brighton. A full year before the album release.

1973 - Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was released on March 17. Dark Side of the Moon, a landmark in rock history.

1977 - Led Zeppelin played their last concert in the United States. During the concert, a brawl broke out between band members and their promoters staff which ended with criminal charges filed against some of the band members.

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