TORONTO, Canada (www.highholydays.ca) - High Holy Days
will be playing an acoustic performance on the mainstage at this years Sarnia Bayfest, on Friday, July 15th opening for Diamond David
Lee Roth. Marc Arcand (vocals) and Dave Thompson (guitars) will be performing selected tracks from their debut album 'All My Real Friends' and from their forthcoming album acoustically. High Holy Days
formed in the fall of 2000 and quickly went from playing local bars around their home base of North Bay, Ontario, to clubs and festivals around the country. They have toured with Theory
of a Deadman, Three Days Grace, The Headstones, Default
and countless others, catching the attention of concert-goers and music industry types alike.
With a steadfast dedication to their loyal fans and to the road, High Holy Days
have stayed the course, consistently touring Coast to Coast since the success of their regional indie debut, All My Real Friends. Their delivery of solid songs and captivating shows to over 200,000 Canadians since 2000 grabbed the attention of Roadrunner Records with whom the band signed in the fall of 2003. The band’s first national single, All My Real Friends, hit home with Canadians and steadily moved up the charts claiming the No 14 spot on the rock charts and No 11 on Much Music
for several weeks, being the 5th most spun Canadian artist on rock radio. On the heels of their success Roadrunner Records America
picked up the band for a US release slotted for Sept 28th, 2004. High Holy Days
completed work on their second video for their single The Getaway in early June 2004. Continuing in the success of All My Real Friends
and catching the attention of Much Music, it debuted on the Much Music
countdown at No 30 and continues to move up the charts. The fun summertime anthem showcases a day in the life of High Holy Days
in Northern Ontario. The song was immediately put into heavy rotation on Much Music
and Much Loud.
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