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|Origin||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Associated acts||Delerium, Balligomingo, Sleepthief|
|Past members||Kristy Thirsk
Steve Van Der Woerd
Rose Chronicles was a Canadian alternative rock band in the 1990s. The band, from Vancouver, consisted of vocalist Kristy Thirsk, guitarist Richard Maranda, bassist Judd Cochrane and drummer Steve van der Woerd.
The band released their debut EP, Dead And Gone To Heaven, in 1993, scoring a significant chart hit with "Awaiting Eternity". Their debut full-length album, Shiver, was released in 1994 under the Nettwerk label. Shiver went on to win a Juno Award in 1995 for Best Alternative Album.
In 1996, founding members Judd Cochrane and Steve van der Woerd had finished the followup to Shiver, but left the band amidst a hailstorm of in-fighting and uncertainty with Nettwerk's intentions. Maranda and Thirsk regrouped with drummer Trevor Grant and bassist Howard Redekopp to complete one new song, which was added to the forthcoming album. The follow-up album Happily Ever After was released in 1996, but Thirsk and Maranda's partnership had dissolved prior to its release. The break-up announcement came after the album's release. The single "Voice in Jail" was moderately successful.
- Kristy Thirsk - Vocals (1992–1997)
- Richard Miranda - Guitar (1992–1997)
- Judd Cochrane - Bass (1992–1996)
- Steve Van Der Woerd - Drums (1992–1996)
- Trevor Grant - Drums (1996–1997)
- Howard Redekopp - Bass (1996–1997)
|1993||Dead and Gone to Heaven||Nettwerk||E.P.||-|
|1994||Shiver||Nettwerk||Studio Album||Won the Juno Award for Best Alternative Album in 1994.|
|"Glide (Free Above)"||Nettwerk||CD Single||-|
|Borrowed Tunes: A Tribute to Neil Young||Sony Music||Compilation||Features Rose Chronicles performing a cover of Neil Young’s “Old Man”.|
|1995||Decadence: 10 Years Of Nettwerk||Nettwerk||5CD Compilation||Features “Awaiting Eternity” and exclusive track “Heaven Tide (Demo)”.|
|1996||Happily Ever After||Nettwerk||Studio Album||-|
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