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The Tea Party (band)
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    (1990- )
    Born in Windsor, Ontario , Canada
    Progressive rock and blues band with Indian and Middle Eastern influences
    Jeff Martin – Guitar/Lead Vocals
    Stuart Chatwood - Bassist
    Jeff Burrows - Drummer
    Released the Albums ‘The Tea Party (1991),’ ‘Splendor Soils (1993),’ ‘The Edges of Twilight (1995),’ ‘Transmission (1997),’ ‘Triptych (1999),’ ‘The Interzone Mantras (2001)’ and ‘Seven Circles (2004)’
    Released the Singles ‘The River’, ‘Save Me’, ‘A Certain Slant of Light’, ‘In This Time’, ‘Sister Awake’, ‘The Bazaar’, ‘Fire In The Head,’ ‘Temptation’, ‘Gyroscope’, ‘Release’. ‘Heaven Coming Down’, ‘Angels’, ‘Soulbreaking’, ’ ‘Writing’s on the Wall’, ‘Stargazer’ and ‘Oceans’
    Reformed (2011)
    Their name does not suit a band of their style.
    Their official website consisted of just one page.
    They broke up due to creative differences (2005).
    Some might find their combination of Indian, Middle Eastern and rock music a bit strange.
    They aren't too well known outside Australia and their home country.
    They are often confused with the political organization of the same name on the internet.
    'Heaven Coming Down' reached number 1 in Canada.
    They combine Middle Eastern music with progressive rock very well, giving them a unique sound.
    They are multi-instrumentalists, bringing up to 37 different instruments on tour.
    Chatwood won a Juno Award for best album artwork and composed the music for the Prince of Persia games.
    Burrows is very charitable and raised over $300,000 for 'Transition to Betterness,' a group which aims to provide a comfortable and compassionate hospital setting to cancer patients and their families within the Windsor and Essex County community.
    They donated all the proceeds from the sale of the their single ‘Release’ to the ‘The White Ribbon Foundation,’ an organization of men working to end violence against women.
    To distance themselves from the political group, they added the phrase 'No politics... Just Rock and Roll' to their internet banner.

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