Molsonâ€™s and TSN have produced two major car racing videoâ€™s featuring music from Juice
Juice was chosen for Beyond Music / BMG â€œMusicians Choiceâ€ CD, which was one of North Americaâ€™s largest music contests. The record is distributed in the U.S.
Winners of Canadaâ€™s largest music contest, sponsored by Q107.Out of over 1000 entries in Toronto alone, JUICe was chosen by Q107 program directors and music industry professionals to perform live with Motley Crue at a sold-out show at Massey Hall. It was a unanimous decision by the judges after the live showcases of the top bands. The contest was right across Canada with every city submitting this many artists.
Finalist in 97.7 hitz fm â€œNew Rock Searchâ€ contest in 2002
Voted best live band at â€œNew Music Westâ€ Vancouver on CFOX (Trace Ventura) 2002
On March 09,2000. JUICe was voted best live band in the CMW performances by chart attack. (see press ). Juice is the only band in the history of Canada Music Week to get unanimous 100% ratings in every category.
Founding member, Antony von Palleske is winner of two Q107 homegrown contests.
Juice has always played â€œ Aâ€™ room performances for Canadaâ€™s Music Week
Juice wrote the theme for the Greg Moore foundation and released a single that was included with the book about Greg Mooreâ€™s life and career.
Performed live at The Molson Indy twice. Both to crowds of over 5,000
Juice tracks can be heard in extreme sports shows, TV and major film productions
Juice has product endorsements from the following companies: Dr. Martens foot wear, Rimshot drumsticks, Eden Amplification, Obelisk drum company, Dean guitars, Godin Guitars, Base Energy Drink.
Juice has been featured on Much Musicâ€™s Indie Spotlight.
The Making of The Band JUICE
Ron and Antony met back in high school. They were in rival bands in rival high schools. Ron in a death metal band and Antony in a funk band. Both bands had moderate success in the college and club scene. As time ticked on band members lost interest, or got â€œ real jobsâ€. It seemed that the most talented seemed to keep moving forward. By the time Ron and Antony got together to start JUICE, Antony had already won 2 Q107 homegrown music contests, had been awarded government money to record 3 times and was the runner up for the Scott Liddle music award.
So born is JUICE. The best musicians were pooled together and in no time FACTOR had awarded the band enough money to record a whole record (thatâ€™s another story).
Upon completion of the record it was submitted yet to another music contest, this one called â€œKick Start Your Careerâ€. JUICE of course won that and the next thing you know they are opening for Motley Crue to a sold out crowd at Massey Hall.
This lead to another contest called the Musicianâ€™s Choice Award, put on by Beyond Records and Motley Crue. JUICE was the over all winner for Canada and then had a single released on a Motley Crue compilation.
It was right after this that BMG Music Publishing took serious notice of the band and signed them to a world wide publishing deal.
JUICE was chosen as one of Canadaâ€™s most promising new acts and was flown to New Music West in Vancouver and then played Canadaâ€™s Music Week. Canadaâ€™s Music Week rated the band a 100% PERFORMANCE, a rating never given out before and never given since.
The band was then submitted to the 97.7 HTZ FM New Rock Search contest again they were one of the top 3 winners.
They wrote and recorded the songs in memory of Greg Moore, Canadaâ€™s finest race car driver and their tracks from that are now in a TSN video depicted all of Greg Mooreâ€™s wins.
With FACTOR behind them, BMG Music Publishing and the hit machine â€œThe Metal Worksâ€ the band seems destined to write a smash album.
With the new retrospective CD released, letâ€™s see what 2006 has in store for JUICE.
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2. So Low
3. Tomorrow (on Motley Compilation)
4. Too Much In My Head
5. Spread The Dirt
6. Taking On Water
7. From The Outside
10. Hate Monger
12. Shankin The Earth