Sloan, formed in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1991, is a Canadian rock band renowned for their melodic craftsmanship and harmonious songwriting. Comprising Chris Murphy, Patrick Pentland, Jay Ferguson, and Andrew Scott, Sloan gained prominence in the ’90s with albums like “Twice Removed” and “One Chord to Another,” showcasing a diverse range of influences from power-pop to alternative rock. Each member contributes to the songwriting and takes turns as lead vocalists, contributing to Sloan’s multifaceted sound. With a career spanning several decades, Sloan has maintained a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim, making them one of Canada’s enduring and respected musical exports.
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