>Oh, I have absolutely no problem with how talented they are, but a
>band as succesful as I interpretted theirs to be outside of all else
>they do starts to get towards (but not necessarily over)
Eh... they're not that big a deal. They have records and t-shirts to sell at their shows, but they don't have a distribution deal or anything. They play a show or so a month, usually locally - the Toronto thing was the first time they'd ever played that far afield, and came as a result of a recommendation that a friend of Devlin's in a local college band made.
It's something fun to do with their time and hone their craft away from the formalized orchestra setting - not really a big business venture or anything. They don't even have a real agent, just Devlin using a telephone. :)
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