Tuuli


Photo: (Dawn, Jen, Claire, Jenny) Margaret Malandruccolo

  Dawn Mandarino
Guitar and Vocals
Jenny MacIsaac
Guitar and Vocals
Claire Blake
Bass and Vocals
Jen Foster
Drums and Vocals
Discography  

Tuuli - Here We Go

Tuuli - Here We Go (Bonus)
Biography
Tuuli aren't just four gorgeous girls who know how to rock….they are four gorgeous girls who know how to rock LARGE. Take the super-model look, combine it with musicianship unequaled and you've got Tuuli. Young, dynamic, talented, hair-gelled and glittered-up, these girls look good and play their chops tight. 

Formed in 1997, Tuuli is bassist Claire Blake, guitarist Dawn Mandarino, guitarist/vocalist Jenny MacIsaac and drummer Jen Foster. Tuuli radiate pop creativity with a punk rock attitude, bringing back the sounds and image of pioneering bands like The Runaways, The Go-Go's, The Clash and the Ramones, while also playing homage to 90's acts such as Hole, Veruca Salt and Garbage

No strangers to the road, Tuuli's last tour was their third US one, a coast to coast all girl package with The Donnas and Bratmobile. They played to packed houses in virtually every city, including two sold out nights in LA, a SXSW showcase in Austin where they were interviewed by VH1, and finished by headlining the Chart Magazine/CBC Radiosonic CMW Saturday night finale in their hometown, Toronto. 

Since the band started at a young age and are absolutely drop-dead gorgeous, Tuuli has had to prove themselves as musicians. They've accomplished this task and are being taken very seriously, having been the house band for Comedy Centrals' "Premium Blend", opened for the likes of Cheap Trick, and having their songs featured on BBC Radio 1, K-ROCK in Los Angeles, CFOX, KXLU, CBC, and hundreds of college radio stations. Music critics have come out lavishing them with praise for their creativity and musicality, resulting in features in such publications as Now Magazine, LA Times, Toronto Star and many others. 

Tuuli's EP "Rockstar Potential" on the Sympathy For The Record Industry label sold briskly at retail and at the band's shows. Produced by Rob Sanzo, the EP features such standout tracks as "Who's The Fool Now?", "Tough Guys", and a cover of The Vibrators' "Baby Baby". Tuuli spent the first half of 2001 writing and recording their debut full-length CD Here We Go, with Producer Neill King, which is set for release on April 2nd on the new Linus Entertainment label, distributed in Canada by Warner Music. The first set-up video is for Who's The Fool Now? which just received rotation at Muchmusic. 
Gigs

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Photos and articles External Links

        
Promotional 'Here We Go' Postcards

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Tuuli homepage

Tuuliworld - the number one Tuuli fansite

                    
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