Let us rewind back to the summer of 2004 when The Casanova Playboys embarked on a naive and ultimately disasterous trip to Vancouver from the flat and desolate prairie lands of Edmonton, Alberta. At that point, the band had high hopes; only to realize that certain members were just not ready. Some departed, leaving the trio of Jamie Star, Zack Action and Will The Thrill to fend for themselves in East Vancouver.
Suddenly, fate stepped in and united the three with Vancouverite Josh Posh, an extremely talented guitar player. "Low Noise" was born.
After 6 months and a few shows, the band was in financial ruin. Recording costs proved too expensive to keep up with. Supporting the band's musical passion was but a dream. In reality, the band was broke and starving. A job offer was placed on the table to drummer Zack Action from a media outlet back in Edmonton. With no choice, the band admitted defeat and moved back, leaving their guitar prodigy behind.
Not all was lost however! Longtime friend and bass sensation Mitch Magic stepped in months later. With determination to succeed in the music industry, the band saved and saved only to sporadically return to Vancouver over the next year and a half and deliver what would be the first real Casanova Playboys experience. "A year from Hell" is what certain members called it, but who can complain when the force that drives you is an undeniable thirst to do something different - something timeless - something excellent!?!
Finally, after a few nocturnal months in the studio, the record was finally accomplished. And that brings us to now ladies and gentlemen...with many obstacles a band faces in their midst, the Casanova Playboys shall overcome! Produced by Jonathan Fluevog, and mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC by Ted Jensen, look for The Casanova Playboys brand new 14-song "Low Noise" LP in stores soon!
Band MembersJamie Star
Will The Thrill