The Jitters

Toronto, Ontario

The Jitters were a rock band formed in Toronto, Ontario in 1981 by Blair Packham, Danny Levy and Matthew Greenberg. Five years of constant performing established them as one of the premier club bands in the Greater Toronto Area.  The Jitters had several songs that were ready for release, and after spending some extra time in the studio with producer Paul Gross, released their eponymous debut in 1987. "Last Of The Red Hot Fools" was the first single and became a radio hit throughout the country, and they were nominated at the 1989 Juno Awards in the category of Most Promising Group of the Year.  - Wikipedia (photo credit  Avard  Woolaver Photography)

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Years Active

 

1981 - 1991

 

Videos

Last Of The Red Hot Fools

Closer Every Day

Til The Fever Breaks

Members

Blair Packham (lead vocals, guitars)
Danny Levy (lead guitar, vocals)
Matthew Greenberg (bass, vocals)
Glenn Martin (drums, vocals)
Randy Cooke (drums)
Vic D'Arsie (keyboards, vocals)

Music & Merch

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The Jitters - 1987

Louder Than Words - 1990

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