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Rock My World Canada, chapter 157: Article One

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Article One was a Christian rock band from London, Ontario. The band’s lineup features Nathan Piche (vocals, guitars, keyboards), Matt Piche (violin, vocals), Dave DeSmit (drums, vocals), and Nolan Verner (bass guitar). The band was originally named Appertain Display. The band took its current name from the first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was featured by U2 on their Vertigo Tour. On May 8, 2007 they released their major label self-titled first album through Inpop Records. On July 12, 2011, the band announced they have stopped touring and that they had amicably “parted ways” as a band.

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