Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Ronnie Lodge initially gained recognition in
the 80s and 90s on such shows as CityTV's Breakfast Television and Ontario Learning Network (Tan Lines). In 1998, he
released his first CD, "Ronnie and the Rockets." Entertaining Ontario for 32 years, Ronnie developed a love for classic
rock and roll, and as lead singer and bass player for the band, has been delighting fans for three decades. Well known in Ontario,
Ronnie continues his passion for rock and roll.
Ronnie sings lead and plays bass.
Jack began his musical career when only 17, was signed to RCA Records (along with Georgie) in a band called Buxton Kastle.
Jack eventually moved on recording and touring with the 4-time Juno Award winners, The Mercey Brothers, Arista recording artist,
Ray Materick and finally, Canadian punk icons, Teenage Head where he's been for the last 25 years and continues to tour with.
During these years, Jack has also released three solo CDs and two Jack Pedler Clown School CDs.
Jack plays drums.
Georgie began his musical career as a teenager when he was signed to RCA and eventully Warner Bros. as a member of
the Candian rock group, Buxton Kastle. The group scored a major hit with the single, "Kagie", hitting #2 on the Canadian
adult contemporary RPM Chart (National Chart).
He has co-written two national #1 hits. One was with Skip Prokop (Lighthouse) for Peter Pringle, "It Just Occured to Me", and with and for Kim Mitchell, "All We Are" (additional lyrics).
Georgie has had six other songs reach top 40 status in Canada and has worked with Sylvain Sylvain (New York Dolls), Darcy Hepner (Blood, Sweat & Tears), Johnny Fay (The Tragically Hip), Bill Dillon (Robbie Robertson), Teenage Head, Ian Thomas, King Biscuit Boy and Tom Wilson, just to mention a few.
Georgie sings lead plays guitar.