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Kevin Kane formed The Grapes Of Wrath in Kelowna, BC, with fellow teens Chris and Tom Hooper, who shared his love of the Who, the Rolling Stones, and especially the Beatles. They relocated to Vancouver in 1984 after their debut 4 song EP came out through Nettwerk Records, and went on to release 4 albums with Capitol/EMI, including the platinum-selling "Now and Again" in 1989 and "These Days" in 1991. The Grapes toured extensively throughout Canada, the US, and Europe, but disbanded in 1992.
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