Voices in Public

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Voices in Public
Origin Canada
Genres Pop
Years active 1996–2004
Past members Marty Beecroft
Glenn Coulson
Joe Heslip
Peter Luciano

Voices in Public (VIP for short) was a Canadian boy band, consisting of Marty Beecroft, Glenn Coulson, Joe Heslip, and Peter Luciano. They won the Best New Group Award at the 1999 Canadian Radio Music Awards, and a Genie Award for Best Original Song in 2000 for "One Thing to Say", their contribution to the film Jacob Two Two Meets the Hooded Fang. Their biggest hit single was "It's Just My Luck" from their album Do You Think You're Ready? They also released several music videos in the late 1990s.

The band also made a brief appearance in the 2003 film The Music Man, and sang O Canada for various major league sporting events.

V.I.P. released a Christmas album entitled Let it Snow in 2004.

After break-up[edit]

  • Glenn Coulson, Marty Beecroft and Joe Heslip went on to release a country album entitled After Tuesday in 2006.
  • Joe Heslip and Marty Beecroft composed the original score for Universal Vivendi feature film Dark Rising in 2007.
  • Joe Heslip works as a teacher and vice-principal in Mission, British Columbia and Peter Luciano became a lawyer in Toronto.
  • Glenn Coulson became a co-host of Rogers Local TV's "Daytime" in Barrie, ON, until 2012.