with Ellisdominators, Fred Woks The Dog, Kaydee Kay + Jeremy Gray, Red Hot Holopenos and Streetmeat
From the Promoter
The year was 1986; the city, New York. Schelly and Summach had just come off stage after opening for KISS at the Garden. It was a crazy time of easy cash and cheap thrills. Since meeting on tour as back-up flautists for Jethro Tull in the 70s, success had been their dream. But
endless nights on the road had taken their toll. It was in the early-morning hours, after that KISS gig, eating runny eggs at a dive bar that burned down a week later, that Schelly and Summach set course for something more. ECDC was born.
Within a few short weeks, the international supergroup took shape. ECDC is made of Schelly & Summach on guitars, D’Artagnan on Bass and Sider on Drums. Supporting them are Jenny P, Chessica and JayDubz on background vocals, with guest performers often part of the show.
In the past 35 years, ECDC has been through it all. Rehab. Bankruptcy. Cholera. But the ECDC machine rolls on. They rocked the Superbowl in '93. They were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in ‘07. And they captured the Governor General’s Award in '13. Even with their fame and fortune, they still call Edmonton home to Edmonton. It's been a long way to the top for ECDC.
Power Noise Violence from Houston, Texas.