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Kickass Punk’n Roll Music.

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Kickass Punk’n Roll Music.

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  • Great Philosophical Punk Album

    If you are looking for a great philosophical punk album to bring a smile to your face on a bleak day then look no further than 'Fire Up, Ready to Roll', the debut full length from Calgary's Hillbilly punks, 'Puttin' On The Foil'. There's no political agenda or message, just a fun, sing-a-long, drinkin' album that's uplifting and electrifying and politically incorrect to the point of being an art form, packed with kickass punk 'n roll.

    Jools Green
    Punk Globe
  • Three of the most important Hillbilly’s you will ever need to know

    Calgary is home to three of the most important Hillbilly’s you will ever need to know — Puttin’ On The Foil. They plan to make you a part of their singin-a-long, drinkin’, good time trainwreck with their electrifying, kickass punk’n roll music.

    Jason Vance
    Oook
  • Their music is fun and infectious

    Their music is fun and infectious extolling the virtues of blue-collar pursuits like drinking, partying, and having a good time. As might be suspected, Puttin’ On The Foil is a bit on the slapstick side of serious. Their name comes from the hockey movie Slapshot, where the three Hanson brothers covered their fists in foil before a game. When asked by the coach what were they doing, came their reply, “Puttin’ On The foil.”

    Dave Ball
    National Rock Review
  • This is the party

    This album has literally a little bit of everything but the kitchen sink and rap music on it and it’s a country, rock, punk, metal party if there ever was one- even if there was one, it wouldn’t matter- this is the party.

    Reggie Edwards
    The Front Row Report
  • Hillybilly infused punk rock

    Ten songs of hillybilly infused punk rock that pretty much begs the listener to sing and drink along with them, Puttin’ On The Foil (yes, a reference to the glorious Hanson Brothers from Slapshot) is a mixture of Hank Williams and Motorhead, some Social Distortion with Mojo Nixon.

    Bobby Gorman
    The Punk Site
  • Now here is one Fuck of an album

    Now here is one Fuck of an album especially when it comes to the lyrics in the song. The album is a cross between country, Metal and Rock. The lyrics, how in the hell do I even start explaining the lyrics in this album. For me the lyrics are some of the funniest ones that I have heard in a real long time and that actually work within the song.

    Matt Harwick
    Kingston Music Reveiws

Hey FANS! Our store is all stocked up and ready for your support! 🙂

Trayne Rekk – Vocal/Bass/Kazoo/Jester

TimTim – Vocals/Guitar

Stubbs – Drums/Cowbell/Lover of all

 

“We are just as serious about the music as we are about a Goodtime.

This is Rock and Roll after all.”

Puttin’OnTheFoiL is a Kickass Rock and Roll Party band. We are mainly an original band with 3 Albums worth of whipass tunes. We also have 100+ of other bands tunes. We are diverse. If you want to hear a Steve Earle/ Otis Redding/ Keith Urban tune we can do it. If you want to hear anSlayer/Metallica/Megadeth tune. We can do it. We are ready for anything. We will play any venue. Weddings, Christmas Parties, Bris, Funerals. Anything…Trayne Rekk sings the Original Tunes and TimTim with the voice of a Angel sings the majority of the cover tunes.

Check out Cover Tunes and the Audio to hear it for yourselves

We have our own PA and Lights if needed.

“Life is A Party. Let’s Rock it”,” States vocalist Trayne Rekk. “It’s all about having a good time. Life’s too short, so you think on the bright side, drink a few beers and rock out!”

Puttin on the foil bring more than their share of party to the table on their Cd’s “Sing-Along-Drinkin’-Songs” and “Fired Up, Ready To Roll”
The albums run the gamut from Ramones, Motorhead-esque inspired Rock to AC/DC groove and rhythm with Hank Williams thrown in with a Little Nugent. All wrapped up and warped out with their very own blend of Hill-Billy Punk and Roll.

“Spread the word and tell your moms about us”

” I felt the earth shake and heard thunder from the west. Darkness on man receded. All living things felt, learned and understood. I’ve seen the future of Rock and that Rock is Puttin’OnTheFOiL ”

~Revelations 13:81

  • Three of the most important Hillbilly’s you will ever need to know

    Calgary is home to three of the most important Hillbilly’s you will ever need to know — Puttin’ On The Foil. They plan to make you a part of their singin-a-long, drinkin’, good time trainwreck with their electrifying, kickass punk’n roll music.

    Jason Vance
    Oook
  • Great Philosophical Punk Album

    If you are looking for a great philosophical punk album to bring a smile to your face on a bleak day then look no further than 'Fire Up, Ready to Roll', the debut full length from Calgary's Hillbilly punks, 'Puttin' On The Foil'. There's no political agenda or message, just a fun, sing-a-long, drinkin' album that's uplifting and electrifying and politically incorrect to the point of being an art form, packed with kickass punk 'n roll.

    Jools Green
    Punk Globe
  • Their music is fun and infectious

    Their music is fun and infectious extolling the virtues of blue-collar pursuits like drinking, partying, and having a good time. As might be suspected, Puttin’ On The Foil is a bit on the slapstick side of serious. Their name comes from the hockey movie Slapshot, where the three Hanson brothers covered their fists in foil before a game. When asked by the coach what were they doing, came their reply, “Puttin’ On The foil.”

    Dave Ball
    National Rock Review
  • This is the party

    This album has literally a little bit of everything but the kitchen sink and rap music on it and it’s a country, rock, punk, metal party if there ever was one- even if there was one, it wouldn’t matter- this is the party.

    Reggie Edwards
    The Front Row Report
  • Hillybilly infused punk rock

    Ten songs of hillybilly infused punk rock that pretty much begs the listener to sing and drink along with them, Puttin’ On The Foil (yes, a reference to the glorious Hanson Brothers from Slapshot) is a mixture of Hank Williams and Motorhead, some Social Distortion with Mojo Nixon.

    Bobby Gorman
    The Punk Site
  • Now here is one Fuck of an album

    Now here is one Fuck of an album especially when it comes to the lyrics in the song. The album is a cross between country, Metal and Rock. The lyrics, how in the hell do I even start explaining the lyrics in this album. For me the lyrics are some of the funniest ones that I have heard in a real long time and that actually work within the song.

    Matt Harwick
    Kingston Music Reveiws
  • Three of the most important Hillbilly’s you will ever need to know

    Calgary is home to three of the most important Hillbilly’s you will ever need to know — Puttin’ On The Foil. They plan to make you a part of their singin-a-long, drinkin’, good time trainwreck with their electrifying, kickass punk’n roll music.

    Jason Vance
    Oook
  • Three of the most important Hillbilly’s you will ever need to know

    Calgary is home to three of the most important Hillbilly’s you will ever need to know — Puttin’ On The Foil. They plan to make you a part of their singin-a-long, drinkin’, good time trainwreck with their electrifying, kickass punk’n roll music.

    Jason Vance
    Oook

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We Love hearing from our fans, event coordinators & bar owners

We Play Awesome Cover Tunes

TNT – AC/DC

Sin City – AC/DC

Surrender – Cheap Trick

Little R N R – Danko Jones

Take Me down – 

Kiss you all Over – Exile

Hero’s – Bowie

Learn To Fly – Foo Fighters

Walk – Foo Fighters

Everything – Buckcherry

Dirty Deeds – AC/DC

Spacelord – Monster Magnet

Haircut – George Thorogood

Bounce – Danko Jones

Whole Lot of Rosie – AC/DC

Blister In The Sun – Violent Femmes

Bang a Gong – T-Rex

LiL’ Devil – Cult

Love Removal Machine – Cult

Wild Flower – The Cult

Running Down A dream – Petty

Real Wild Child – Iggy Pop

Copperhead Road – Steve Earle

You Soon Me right Around – Dead Or Alive

Country Roads – Me First and The Gimme Gimme’s

Rodeo Song – Showdown

I won’t Back Down – Tom Petty

Wasn’t that a party-Rovers

Gimme Three Steps – Skynrd

Confortably numb – Pink Floyd

Bathroom Wall – Faster Pussycat

Have you ever seen the rain – CCR

Oh lonesome me – Headhunters

Purple Rain – Prince

BobCagen – The Hip

Ghostriders in the sky-Cash

Little Bones – The HIp

The Wall – Pink Floyd

Summer of ’69 – Bryan Adams

Innocence – Harliquin

She sell Sanctuary – The Cult

Burning Love – Elvis

If You don’t start Drinkin’ – George Thorogood

Thank You – ZZTOp

 

Ring of fire – Johnny Cash

I want you to want me – Cheap Trick

The Wall – Pink Floyd

Jenny Jenny – Tommy Tutone

In The Middle – Jimmy eats World

Hiway Song – Greta Van Fleet

Not Ready To Go – Trews

Longview – Green day

Welcome To Paradise – Green Day

Electric Worry – Clutch

It’s So Easy – G N R

Paranoid – Black Sabbath

Blough at High Dough – The Hip

Heavey – Collective Soul

Gel – Collective Soul

Foxy Lady – Hendrix

Seek and Destroy – Metallica

Saw her standing there – The Beatles

New Orleans Is Sinking – The Hip

Hurts So Good – Mellencamp

Hard to Handle – Black Crowes

Rockin’ My Life Away – George Thorogood

Miserlou – Dick dale

Pipline – The Ventures

Ain’t Talking ’bout love – Van Halen

It’s All over now – Stones

Wang Dang sweet poontang – nugent

Bad Moon Rising – CCR

Somebody Like You – Keith Urban

Cadillac Ranch – Nitty Gritty Dirt band

For whom the bell tolls – Metallica

Strutter- Kiss

Beer Ain’t Drinking – Mojo

All The Small Things – Blink – 182

Hush – Deep Purple

Man In The Box – Alice In Chains

Here for a good time – Trooper

Stuck In The Middle – Stealers Wheels

Sharp Dressed Man – ZZ Top

She Hates Me – Puddle Of Mudd

Every Rose – Poison

Rowdy Friends – Hank Jr.

My Sharona – The Knack

Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison

 

 

Turn On Your Receiver – Nazareth

Whiskey In The Jar – Thin Lizzy

Stand bye me – Ben E. King

Devil a Blue Dress – Mitch Ryder

You may be right – Billy Joel

I wanna Be Sedated – The Ramones

Mustang Sally – Commitments

Rebel Yell – Billy Idol

I’m Walkin – Fats Domino

Blitzkrieg Bop – Ramones

I feel alright – Steve Earle

Hey Jealousy – Gin Blossims

Creep – Radiohead

Ace of Spades – Motorhead

30 days – Chuck Berry

Symphony of destruction – Megadeth

Seek and Destroy – Metallica

Squeeze Box – THe Who

C’mon C’mon – Nashvile Pussy

Hungry Like a wolf – Duran Duran

Wolly Bully/Wipe Out

The Joker – Steve Miller Band

Sitting on the dock of the bay – Otis Redding

Fortunate Son – C.C.R

Call Me the breeze – Skynrd

Good Ole Boys – Merle Haggard

Sultans Of Swing – Dire Straits

Thank You – Zeppelin

Mary Janes last Dance – Tom Petty

Crazy Train – Ozzy

Dead Flowers – Stones

Long way To The Top

Seven Nation Army – White Stripes

American Idiot – Green Day

Family Tradition – Hank Jr.

Folsom Prison – Cash

Born to be wild – Steppenwolf

Jambayla – Hank

Riverboat Fantasy – David Wilcox

Simple Man – Skynrd

You don’t know How it feels – Tom Petty

Basket Case – Green Day