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Johnny Fay
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    (July 7, 1966- )
    Born in Kingston, Ontario, Canada
    Drummer for The Tragically Hip (1984-2017)
    Recorded 'The Tragically Hip (1987),' 'Up to Here (1989),' 'Road Apples (1991),' 'Fully Completely (1992),' 'Day for Night (1994),' 'Trouble at the Henhouse (1996),' 'Phantom Power (1998),' 'Music at Work (2000),' 'In Violet Light (2002),' 'In Between Evolution (2004),' 'World Container (2006),' 'We Are the Same (2009),' 'Now for Plan A (2012)' and 'Man Machine Poem (2016)'
    His name sounds similar to that of Johnny Ray.
    He dropped out of high school to join the band.
    He looks older then he actually is.
    He was considered the band's most introverted member.
    He comes off as being bland and boring in interviews.
    He suggested the band's name.
    He is married to former sports broadcaster Kathryn Humphreys.
    He, along with Rob Baker were instrumental in changing the band's direction from a cover band to performing their own materials.
    He, along with his Tragically Hip bandmates were honored with the Order of Canada medal (2017).
    He announced the group's decision to cease performing following the death of Gord Downie, citing the latter was irreplaceable.

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