Over the last 22 years, Juno and ECMA award winners Sloan have been a fixture of Canadian Rock. The group formed in Halifax in the early '90s while attending University. All four members of Sloan write their own songs, each has their own distinctive voice and when they play live they switch instruments accordingly with each different song. With influences diverse as The Beatles, punk rock and AC/DC, the young band was signed within months of their creation. They can boast massive Canadiana hits like "Money City Maniacs", "Coax Me" and "Beverly Terrace". Sloan recently released their coming of age album, Twice Removed.