Some of Slant Six influences :
Slant Six biography :
Slant Six, Edmonton band based in Alberta (Canada), created in late 2015, 5 piece band made up of musicians of different musical backgrounds, is influenced by the roots of the blues and the love of rock and roll.
With maintaining a #1 standing on the Edmonton Rock Charts on Reverb Nation, Slant Six proudly boasts airplay internationally, and has achieved a top 10 status on Valley FM 89.5 in Australia, Kaos FM 88.2 NZ, Nu Rock radio, Revolution X, and local airplay on Edmonton 102.3 Now radio, and most recently the new single Getting Out was featured on 100.3 The Bear and reached #1 on Valley Fm 89.5.
Chosen to play the after show at The Monster Truck concert in Edmonton 2018.
Slant Six lets the colors of their influences come through the music they play in a style of their own.
and raised in the Philippines, Lex Querubin picked up the guitar at the age of 16 and
almost never puts in down.
Inspired by listening to Filipino rock songs on the radio he practiced hard to be the best he could be. He later discovered metal, blues, jazz and fusion and took a bit of all these styles to develop his own.
In 2010 Lex ended up in Canada and played with some new friends until he met the guys of Slant Six in 2018 and finally joined them in 2022.
Dallas Heal started playing in bands later than most, but that didn't stop him from achieving his musical goals.
With his easygoing attitude and hard work ethics, he has played in some great bands, playing not only all over Canada, but in the US and Europe as well.
Dallas draws inspiration from the rock and roll bands of the 60s, 70s and 80s but enjoys any type of real music.
When asked to join Slant Six, Dallas jumped in with both feet and has quickly found himself at home.
Chris Pigeot started drumming when he was 14 with his schoolmates in Paris, France, doing originals and learning the instrument at the same time. Eventually, the band got better and started touring around France and England.
Chris moved from Paris to Alberta in 2013. Moving to Canada brought out his rock and metal background and he started playing in cover bands, learning new styles such as country and blues. This brings us to Slant Six, this new formation being a perfect combination of all these styles.
Chris fits right in with the boys of Slant Six, who all had different musical backgrounds and influences. Playing "spicy blues", as he calls it, has been fun and given him hope for great things to come with this band.
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