The Squires (Canadian band)

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The Squires
Origin Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Genres Surf music, Rock music
Years active 1963–1965
Labels V Records
Associated acts Buffalo Springfield
Past members Neil Young
Allan Bates
Jack Harper
Ken Smyth
Ken Koblun

The Squires or Neil Young & The Squires were a Canadian band formed in 1963 in Winnipeg. It was one of the first bands of singer songwriter Neil Young.

Recordings[edit]

In 1963 they recorded a single released by V Records. 300 records were pressed, only around 10 are known to still exist, which makes it one of the rarest 45 rpm records around the world.[1]

Gigs[edit]

The band used to play at community clubs, high school dances and proms. They played a lot of The Shadows, The Ventures, The Fireballs songs. Neil started writing songs and they played them regularly.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Title Label
1963 The Sultan / Aurora V records

References[edit]

Citations
  1. ^ Neil Young news, trasherswheat.org .

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