"This next one is the last song on our last album," Treble Charger's Bill Priddle told the Rotaryfest crowd Friday night.
He paused, then continued, "But it might not be our last album."
The audience seemed to savour the idea of a new Treble Charger record. While hints of an upcoming new release from the pop punk foursome have been circulating for the last few years, no official word has been publicized and the band's social media pages have not been updated since 2014.
Treble Charger – featuring co-frontmen Bill Priddle and Greig Nori, both of Sault Ste. Marie – headlined Stage 1 as Rotary commemorates 100 years in Sault Ste. Marie.
Music continues today on two stages with sets from Odd Man Out, Machines Dream, Pointless, Dustin Jones and the Rising Tide, Jesse Marineau, The Stampeders, and many others.
For a complete schedule of Rotaryfest events and activities, please click here.