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Customer Reviews

I luv u guys!

I love emerson drive and they are an awesome band. Saw them at the craven country jamboree and they put on an awesome show! I loved them! Keep up the amazing work guys. I'm proud to say i'm canadian because of you guys. Heehee except for ur band member from the states. ( you made me laugh making fun of him at craven brad). I touched Brads hand!

I love this road.

A great song that just easily gets a persons energy levels up. They are a great band from Alberta, Canada. Good ole Albertans. Way to go guys and keep up the great music.

I love this album

It's a great CD love the songs Too much and Extra mile!!! The guys are great in concert!!!

Biography

Formed: Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Emerson Drive began in the western Alberta town of Grand Prairie, where singer Brad Mates, bassist Jeff Loberg, fiddler Pat Allingham, and keyboardist Chris Hartman began honing their sound as high-school talent-show competitors. After everyone came on board, they chose the name 12 Gauge, refurbished a rickety old school bus, and began gigging throughout Canada. Eventually guitarist Danick Dupelle and drummer Mike Melocon joined up, and new manager Gerry Leiske sent the young sextet out on the road...
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Believe, Emerson Drive
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Country, Music
  • Released: May 19, 2009

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