Five O'Clock Charlie
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|Five O'Clock Charlie|
|Origin||Edmonton, Alberta, Canada|
|Past members||Craig Schram
Five O'Clock Charlie was formed in 2001 . It was originally a side project of singer/songwriter Craig Schram's ska/punk band, Tunuki; Schram was joined by Tunuki guitarist Steve Tchir. In 2002 Dave Meagher joined the band on drums and glockenspiel, and in the same year Trevor Belley joined the band on bass guitar.
In 2002 the band released an EP titled 'Redtown'. Its debut full-length album, Five O'Clock, was released in 2004, and their song "Five O'Clock" appeared on local radio charts.
short playing EP. dubbed 'Watercolours' by local media followed in 2007.
Five O'Clock Charlie disbanded in 2007 shortly after the release of their EP. 'Watercolours'. In December 2007 Five O'Clock Charlie played a farewell show at the Pawnshop in Edmonton, Alberta with Edmonton rockers, Mark Birtles Project. Five O'Clock Charlie covered Little Bones by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip.
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- "Five O’Clock Charlie makes one last fly-by". Vue Weekly, Dec. 25, 2007, Issue #636. Alyssa Noel Archived at the Wayback Machine.
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