If you want to spend a fun evening enjoying some unique music, you should go to a Taxi Chain concert or performance. The Canadian band, Direct TV packages, which features five guys who like to have fun with music, was founded in 1993. They take you on a musical adventure with their mix of rhythm and blues complete with saxophone and bagpipe sounds. Their style is truly their own and very unique. They play upbeat reels and jigs then change to rock and roll. Keeping it moving and fun they throw in some funk and country. These guys play fun music and will keep you laughing, entertained, and guessing at what they will play next. The music is original and enthusiastic. Mixing guitars, drums, basses, harmonicas with the bagpipe and saxophone they come up with a great sound. Sometimes haunting, other times bawdy but always interesting and fun! Their album, Smarten Up!, was released in 2004. Songs include “Cut Me a Key”, “James Brown Ate My Bagpipe”, and “Memphis”. These guys will deliver a great, fun show and leave you wanting more. Get ready for a wild musical adventure and take in a Taxi Chain show for an evening you won’t soon forget.
Taxi Chain is a Canadian music group made up by five talented music artists. The group performs a variety of different music styles including Rhythm and Blues, Pop and Jazz music. You can download their music online. You can attend one of their concerts in Toronto’s live music scene. Canada’s music scene has shaped the country. Their music industry has turned out a number of famous music artists. Toronto is Canada’s largest city and is home to a number of talented music bands. You will find live music concerts every weekend. The downtown district features popular nightclubs that Read the rest of this entry »
From his early rise in the 1980s group “Rare Air,” to his modern-day success in the band “Taxi Chain,” Grier Coppins was a unique, yet driving force in the music world. Looking as if he, seemingly, waltzed from the pages of a medieval fantasy, Coppins brought a unique take on popular music, insisting to embed the Highland bagpipes into his music, along with a multitude of other eclectic instruments and sounds.
Monumentally-talented, Coppins is often viewed Read the rest of this entry »
One of the hardest things about loving a band like Taxi Chain is that they can be so hard to find. Sometimes you can find them through TV providers like www.TVByDirect.com which have a huge selection of music, and it is always worth checking if itunes carries some of their songs. All the same, it is such a shame that indie bands in general are so hard to find – though there’s a good reason for this.
Indie is short for independent and it means that they, for the most part, handle their own operations. For most groups, it’s a choice to go this route because working with a publisher would mean too much of a compromise.
Compromising creativity, principals and the overall image of the group. Some people call it selling out.
Taxi Chain has a very particular image and sound that they have spent a very long time cultivating and assuming as their identity. To break bread with a major publisher and compromise that would be tantamount to a suicide.
So how do you find Taxi Chain and others like them?
Well, even though indie groups might refuse to do work with a major label that doesn’t stop them from having their own sites. And even if they don’t, fans will most certainly have their own blogs and forums.
Taxi Chain, a five member band, was founded by Grier Coppins in 1993. Their current record label is Blue Chains Music. Here’s a look at the darlings of Toronto’s live music scene.
Grier Coppins serves as Taxi Chain’s lead vocalist. He also plays the bagpipes, the tin whistle, and the tenor guitar. Grier Coppins is known as the “Goateed Bagpiper” by some. Others may know him from back in the day when he was a member of the hit band Rare Air.
Jim Bish plays the Read the rest of this entry »
This is one of the hottest bands I’ve heard in a long time. They are called, Taxi Chain and I will never forget the sound they made and the excitement I felt listening to them. Taxi Chain is made up of five guys from Canada who have infused music styles to develop their own. They have figured out how to put unusual instruments into their band and create masterpieces with them. They use bagpipes, a tenor guitar, blues harp, tin whistle, saxophones, flutes, mandolin, bass guitar, and drums. Their music has a foundation of blues with other sounds from Read the rest of this entry »
Discovering more of the music that Taxi Chain fans find so endearing may be quite a bit easier to do than you had thought. With many online sources offering plenty of information about the band, its history and even the ability to sample and download new tracks or whole albums, the Internet allows you an easier way to more fully enjoy the work of the band. New fans will no doubt be eager to learn as much as possible about the Read the rest of this entry »
I had the opportunity to hear this band called the Taxi Chain the other day. They are a band straight out of Toronto, Canada that I had the pleasure of hearing the other night. I have never listened to this kind of music before and honestly from the moment I heard it, I wanted to grab a partner and start dancing. The group is made up of five guys, Grier Coppins, who has incredible raspy Read the rest of this entry »
If you want to spend a fun evening enjoying some unique music, you should go to a Taxi Chain concert or performance. The Canadian band, which features five guys who like to have fun with music, was founded in 1993. They take you on a musical adventure with their mix of rhythm and blues complete with saxophone and bagpipe sounds. Their style is truly their own and very unique.
They play upbeat reels and jigs then change to rock and roll. Keeping it Read the rest of this entry »