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The Falling

Posted by Shane Macaulay on 2017/04/06

As one of Montreal's most promising up and coming bands, The Falling are no rookies to the music scene. Within two weeks of their official release of their debut single, "This Is the Day" reached the top #50 on Canada's Active Rock Charts. The single landed on regular rotation on Montreal's CHOM 97.7fm and several other stations around the world. The band was formed by singer/songwriter Pat Rossi as he teamed up with well experienced musicians Pierre Luc Brodeur on drums and Robert Flis on guitars to establish The Falling's line up. The Falling has been featured on numerous television and radio stations such as Musique Plus, CHOM 97.7fm, Radio NRJ, London's FM96 and Toronto’s 94.9FM THE ROCK just to name a few. Earlier in his career Rossi had the unique opportunity to open for Bon Jovi at the Montreal Bell Center by winning the SIRIUSXM Satellite Radio Song writing Competition which became a true testament of Rossi's song writing skills. Rossi was invited back to play the Bell Center once again in 2010 as The Falling kick started the Montreal Canadiens NHL FANJAM PLAYOFFS FESTIVAL performing to over 20,000 spectators for 2 nights. The band has also opened for I Mother Earth (Brian Byrne) and legendary rocker Gilby Clark of GunsNRoses and Jonas and The Massive Attraction. The Falling has been part of the festival circuit performing at Canadian Music Week, Indie Week, BuckFest, Canada Day Festivals and many more. Their newest single "We Are the Ones" has already been added on regular rotation on several stations in Canada and the United States. With the release of their debut album on the horizon, it won’t be long before The Falling reaches international success.


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