Crush (Canadian band)
|Origin||Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada|
|Past members||Santiago Serna
Crush was a Canadian band based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Leading band members were Paul Lamb and Cory Tetford. Other members included Santiago Serna, Scott MacFarlane and Brian Talbot.
Crush was nominated for a Juno Award in 2003 as Best New Group.
- 2002: Here
- 2003: Face in the Crowd
- 2002: "Live"
- 2002: "Here"
- 2003: "King For a Day"
- 2003: "Bad Enough"
Awards and recognition
- 2003: Juno Awards, nominee for New Group of the Year
- 7 wins at the East Coast Music Awards over various years
- ‘It’s scary, but it’s beautiful’. The Telegram, November 22, 2016
- " Atlantic audience has crush on pop duo". DENE MOORE The Globe and Mail, Monday, Feb. 16, 2004
- "Crush Stump The Record Store Clerks". Chart Attack - May 9, 2002
- "Avril Lavigne, Shania Twain Dominate Juno Nominations". Chart Attack - Feb 12, 2003
- "Crush smashes the competition at music awards". CBC News, Feb 16, 2004
- "ECMA Wrap-Up: Crush Are Kings For A Day; Sloan, Matt Mays Also Pick Up Awards". Chart Attack - Feb 16, 2004. Jon Bruhm
- "2005 East Coast Music Awards Nominees". Soul Shine, 2004-12-15. Jaclyn Arndt