Boys Brigade (new wave)
Boys Brigade was a new wave band formed in 1981 in Toronto. The band consisted of vocalist and keyboardist Malcolm Burn, guitarist and vocalist Tony Lester, bass guitarist Wayne Lorenz, drummer Billie Brock and percussionists and backup vocalists David Porter and Jeff Packer. The nucleus of Boys Brigade grew out of Toronto punk band, Arson, which broke up when lead singer and songwriter Rude Van Steenes quit in 1981. The band played an eclectic collection of venues in Toronto.