Turds of Misery

Turds of Misery played only six shows during their short existence. Based in a small town on the outskirts of Winnipeg, Manitoba, the three-piece act quickly abandoned their first concept — an Alan Parson Project cover band — to focus on original tunes. The band included (from left) bassist Dave, drummer/lead singer Gord, and guitarist Bagpipes McDonald. One of their songs, I Seen You At The Corner Store, received some airplay on the local AM station in 1980. After the band split up, Dave returned to his career as a high school geography teacher, while Gord went to prison for stealing golf balls from the forest. Bagpipes, meanwhile, became the lead guitarist in the current touring version of Foreigner.

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5 Responses

  1. Mark Sullivan says:

    It is the same as constipation; it is of misery

  2. Chris says:

    I think I’ve had these a few times

  3. Rooster says:

    Is that Seth Rogan sitting down?

  4. JAgamemnon says:

    stealing golfballs….from the forest. wow.

  5. Julie says:

    My Dad (Dave) is on the left, lives in California and works as a software engineer.

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