For many, the 1980s was the me decade. For four young men in black jackets and skinny ties it was the we decade. The (not yet Fabulous) Knockouts spent most of that decade criss-crossing Ontario and many points east and west spreading their unique brand of rock and roll. Honing their craft while playing with the likes of Bo Diddley, Del Shannon, Peter Noone and many others, the boys wowed audiences everywhere they went.

Alas, like many good things, this too came to an end. As the years passed, their musical journeys took them in different directions. Although their paths crossed many times, the four never played together again. Until now.

In 2007, they decided to see if that same magic would still be there. It is. As recent gigs have shown, the band can still rock as hard as ever with a sound so tough it cuts the air like a knife. Or, change gears abruptly and play a ballad so sweetly that grown men cry. Still playing a mix of hits and rarities from the mid 50s to the early 70s they bring an intense energy mixed with a sense of fun to everything that they do.