The Real McKenzies

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The Real McKenzies
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The Real McKenzies playing at Hedon in Zwolle (Netherlands)
Background information
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia
Genres Celtic punk
Years active 1992–present
Labels Fat Wreck Chords, Sudden Death, Honest Don's
Website www.realmckenzies.com
Members Paul McKenzie
Gord Taylor
Kurt Robertson
Sean Sellers
Mark Boland
Gwomper
Past members Anthony "Tony Baloney" Walker
Rob "Lought" Esch
Brent Johnson
Brian O'Brian
Rich Priske "McFuzzybutt"
Glenn Ikeness
Jamie McFuzzybutt
Matt MacNasty
Karl Alvarez
Dave Gregg
Joe Raposo

The Real McKenzies is a Canadian Celtic punk band founded in 1992 and based in Vancouver, British Columbia.

In addition to writing and performing original music, Real McKenzies perform traditional Scottish songs, giving them a new punk-influenced sound. They have shared stages with many other bands including Rancid, DragStrip Riot, NOFX, Flogging Molly, Xcrosscheckx, The Misfits, Metallica, Voodoo Glow Skulls and Shane MacGowan.[citation needed] They were contracted by InBev to promote the Kokanee beer brand in a 1990s television marketing campaign.[citation needed] Their music was recently used in the 2008 British-Canadian film Stone of Destiny.[citation needed]. They released their latest album, entitled Westwinds, on the March 27, 2012 with Fat Wreck Chords.

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Discography[edit]

Filmography[edit]

  • Pissed Tae Th' Gills, 2002

Compilations[edit]

  • Short Music for Short People, 1999
  • Alpha Motherfuckers - A Tribute To Turbonegro, 2001
  • Agropop Now, 2003
  • "Floyd:..And Out Come The Teeth" A free Fat Wreck Chords compilation CD handed out at the Fat tent on the 2001 Warped Tour
  • SHOT SPOTS-Trooper Tribute. On Visionary Records.
  • Live From Europe, Deconstruction Tour 2003. DVD

Music Videos[edit]

  • "Mainland" (1998)
  • "Drink Some More" (2008)
  • "Chip" (Live) (2008)
  • "The Maple Trees Remember" (2009)
  • "Culling the Herd" (2011)
  • "My Luck Is So Bad" (2012)

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