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Rob Baker
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    (April 12, 1962- )
    Born in Kingston, Ontario, Canada
    Lead guitarist 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)'
    Recorded the albums 'Stripper's Union Local 518 (2005)' and 'The Deuce (2011)' with The Stripper's Union
    He went by the name Bobby Baker during the Tragically Hip's early years.
    His long hair and beard make him look grubby.
    He has both his ears pierced.
    He initially planned to be a disc jockey, before joining The Hip.
    His work with The Strippers Union initially had Hip fans scared that he was going to leave the band.
    He was one of the co-founders of The Tragically Hip.
    He designed the majority of the band's album covers and logos from various tours.
    He stated the band initially began as a way to play music for leisure and not to seek fame.
    He founded the Stripper's Union as a way to show off his creative side, which he considers how the Tragically Hip would have sounded if he had creative control.
    His son Boris followed in his footsteps and formed his own indie-rock band, Kasador.

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