The Black Halos

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The Black Halos
Also known as The Black Market Babies
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Genres Punk rock
Years active 1993 (1993)–2008 (2008)
Labels Sub Pop, History Music, Liquor & Poker, Die Young Stay Pretty
Past members Billy Hopeless
Adam Becvare
Johnny Stewart
Jahmeel "JR" Russell
Rob Zgaljic
Rich Jones
Denyss McKnight
Matt Camirand
Jay Millette
Davey French
Robbie Hunter

The Black Halos were a Vancouver, BC based punk rock band founded in 1993 by lead singer Billy Hopeless and guitarist Rich Jones as The Black Market Babies. The band was briefly on Sub Pop Records, and later signed with History Music. They broke up in 2008 after having their equipment stolen while on tour, however disagreements between the Halos and Billy Hopeless were also cited as a cause[citation needed].

Members[edit]

Current members
  • Billy Hopeless - vocals
  • Adam Becvare - guitar
  • Johnny Stewart - guitar
  • Jahmeel "JR" Russell - bass
  • Rob Zgaljic - drums
Former members
  • Rich Jones - guitars
  • Denyss McKnight - bass
  • Matt Camirand - bass
  • C.C. Voltage - bass
  • Jay Millette - guitar
  • Davey French - guitar
  • Robbie Hunter - bass

Jay Millette now plays in Toronto based band Darlings of Chelsea.

Adam Becvare continues to front The Lords of the New Church in place of deceased frontman Stiv Bators and tours with band The Lustkillers.

Billy Hopeless now plays in the Vancouver band, The Bonitos.

Denyss McKnight now plays bass in Vancouver band Mete Pills and serves as Production Manager for The Rickshaw Theatre

Dave "Davey" French now plays lead guitar in the rock band Everclear

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