Discussion in 'In Memorium' started by Sneaky, Jun 21, 2019.
Crowbar's Kelly Jay, Co-Writer of Canadian Classic 'Oh, What a Feeling,' Dies Following a Stroke
Beyond some great music and good memories, it seems he leaves behind some terrific kids. RIP
May he RIP.
RIP Mr. Kelly Jay.
Thank You for the music.
Crowbar played at the Kitchener Bluesfest a few years ago.
They seemed to have a lot of fun onstage and the crowd loved them.
The band I was with back then in 99, did that song with over 20 backup singers at the Canadian Tire Center. We were one of the bands that opened for Tom Cochrane. Very cool experience.
Very sad. They were heros of mine back in, um, whenever it was.
So many great memories of Kelly Jay from when I was a kid. Him lifting up our piano onto his lap and bouncing it as he played. Hanging at his place in Hamilton with my Dad marveling at all the gear and thinking that it was sooo cool that his living room was his band hall and that he had a piano on his porch. Going to the gear swap meets he used to have at his warehouse on King William street. Watching him perform at Festival of Friends so many times. He was always so kind and encouraging. RIP Kelly.
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Nice to hear he was a good guy. Rip.
Crowbar. A great band!
Brings back so many happy moments.
I could write a book about my adventures during certain eras in my life and about who I was listening to at any given time.
Ohhhhhhhhhh what a feeling, what a rush!
Saw them play two sets at the Strawberry Fields rock festival in August 1970 at Mosport Park. The second set at sunrise/
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