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Two Bad Apples
 On any night, no one knows what will happen, not even them. Taking requests and playing any and all genres is what they've become known for so it's no wonder they're many people's first choice for Birthdays, Anniversaries, BBQs and Corporate events. These two started as an acoustic duo; 2 acoustic guitars with effects and a drum trigger to fill out the sound. For years this format was exciting and would fool any audience with their eyes closed. Was there in fact a full band performing on stage? Taking a short break to play full time in their original project Feel Good Jacket, they came back to Two Bad Apples with the need to rock a little harder than before and the skills to do just that.

Two Bad Apples 2.0 adds a digital element that helps them fill a rock sound that was missing as an acoustic duo. With Rob playing electric guitar and Danielle on bass, they rely on "Mac" to play the pre recorded drums that take the party to the next level. Never cheesy and always fun. They might just be the biggest small band out of Canada. The show can be as loud or as quiet as necessary. They provide the ultimate flexibility, professional attitude, all sound and lighting gear, and DJ tunes in between sets.

Fun, fearless and the perfect addition to take your event to the next level!
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Rob was raised north of Edmonton, on a grain farm in a musical family. Music was always around, and so was hard work. By 13 he was on keyboard & guitar in his first band, playing community events and local rooms. He studied some music at Grant MacEwan College; playing the road full time taught him the rest. Though usually settling somewhere within country, rock, and r&b, playing professionally for over 20 years has made him well rounded in many styles. Drums may have been his first instrument but over time he became well accomplished on guitar, piano, bass, vocals, sax, synthesizers, sequencers, engineering, producing,.......the list goes on. In his spare time you might find him checking out the latest in recording technology or vintage hot rods and trucks.
Danielle is a force to be reckoned with. Just a small town girl, yet always driven to excel at anything she puts her mind to. Danielle started singing at a very young age, finding a second home on stage through musical theatre and acting. Her first performance in a band came at the age of 14. That band vowed to never play again and the video was destroyed, but she continued to play music as a hobby. Throughout the years Danielle has been many things; actor, banker, bartender, stunt woman, business owner, personal trainer, martial artist... seriously she’s done a lot of stuff in just a few years. In her spare time she can be found out in the garden or cooking up something tasty.
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