Theory of a Deadman Shakes BC Place After Victory Celebration and Medals Awards at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

Tyler Connolly of Theory of a Deadman at BC Place

Tyler Connolly (above) comes from North Delta, BC and along with some of his friends from his guitar class, formed a local group they named Theory of a Deadman.  The group has three albums behind them and one of these, Gasoline, went platinum in 2005.  TOAD took to the stage last night  at BC Place after a euphoric medal celebration  which led off with performances by artists from the Northwest Territories and dramatic videos showcasing the beauty and culture of the region.   After awards,  TOAD  shook the stadium with post-grunge rock.

 

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