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Sometimes, karma totally rocks (22 photos)

The boys of Crash Karma likely don't enjoy being referred to as a 'supergroup', but how else is one to reference a band whose members were at the apex of early 90s Canadian rock? Edwin (I Mother Earth), Mike Turner (Our Lady Peace), Jeff
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The boys of Crash Karma likely don't enjoy being referred to as a 'supergroup', but how else is one to reference a band whose members were at the apex of early 90s Canadian rock?

Edwin (I Mother Earth), Mike Turner (Our Lady Peace), Jeff Burrows (The Tea Party), and Amir Epstein (Zygote) made their second Sault Ste. Marie appearance at the Rockstar Bar on Friday night to a packed house.

Touring behind the band's second release, Rock Musique Deluxe, Crash Karma played selections from its 2010 self-titled debut, such as Like a Wave, Awake and On My Own, to balance the new material.

With obvious respect for talent and amusing camaraderie, the performance included salutes to careers gone by with The Tea Party's Heaven Coming Down and Our Lady Peace's 4 AM.

Jubilant crowd sing-alongs were plentiful as were rounds of shots.

Crash Karma shared Friday's bill with Vancouver's One Bad Son who delivered a bold set of blues infused hard rock.

The tour wraps in Toronto at Tattoo Bar on October 24.

To learn more about Crash Karma, visit the band's official website

For more information about One Bad Son, please click here