Casanovas, The

Tommy Boyce, Damo Campbell, Jordan "Jaws" Stanley, Keelan Gallogly

Members of Casanovas, The: Damo Campbell, Jaws (2), Patrick Boyce, Tommy Boyce (2)
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Discography of Casanovas, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Casanovas 10 Audio 2004-04-00 Rubber Records
2 Heartbeat 2 Audio 2005-04-04 Rubber Records
3 ... Keep It Hot 5 Audio 2002-09-02 Rubber Records
4 10 Outta 10 3 Audio 2000 Full Toss
5 Nasty 2 Audio 2003-03-10 The Singles Society
6 The Most Hated Man In Melbourne 2 Audio 2011-04-24 Rubber Records
7 All Night Long 11 Audio 2007-09-11 Golden Core
8 Shake It 4 Audio 2004-03-00 Hellsquad Records
9 Shake It 2 Audio 2003 Hellsquad Records
10 Shake It 4 Audio 2003-03-17 Rubber Records
11 Living In the City 4 Audio 2004-04-19 Rubber Records
12 No Time For Love 4 Audio 2003-12-00 Rubber Records
13 The Casanovas 12 Audio 2004-07-00 Columbia
14 All Night Long 11 Audio 2006-07-00 Rubber Records
15 All Night Long 12 Audio 2006-12-20 Daiki Sound
16 ...Keep It Hot 8 Audio 2003-06-25 Rubber Records
17 Living In The City 3 Audio 2005 IRock Entertainment
18 All Night Long 18 Audio 2006-07-00 Rubber Records
19 California 4 Audio 2006-08-02 Rubber Records
20 Let It Ride 4 Audio 2003-08-04 Rubber Records
21 Nasty 4 Audio 2003-03-10 The Singles Society
22 Nasty 4 Audio 2003 The Singles Society
23 One More Time 4 Audio 2004-11-29 Rubber Records
24 ...Keep It Hot 8 Audio 2003-08-00 Rubber Records
25 All Night Long 13 Audio 2006-07-00 Golden Core
26 The Casanovas 10 Audio 2004-09-27 I Rock
27 Heartbeat 4 Audio 2005-16-20 Not On Label

Australian hard rockers the Casanovas were originally formed in 1999 by brothers Tommy (vocals/guitar) and Patrick Boyce (drums) with bassist Jimmy Lewis, whose vast array of retro-school influences included Kiss, the Dictators, the Rolling Stones, Turbonegro, and of course the ubiquitous AC/DC. The trio wasted little time in rehearsal before starting to open shows for more established acts like Powder Monkeys, the Monarchs, and even the White Stripes (then undertaking their first tour of Australia) in and around their native Mebourne. Within the next couple of years, the Casanovas had cut their first single, "10 Outta 10," added second guitarist James Saunders, and performed on the legendary Big Day Out Festival. Following Saunders' departure in 2002, they partnered with producer Shane O'Mara to record their debut EP, Keep It Hot, then headed out on the road across Australia (and beyond, with engagements in the U.K. and at Austin, TX, for the SXSW festival, etc.) with new vocalist/bassist Damo Campbell (ex-Mustang). Upon returning to Australia, and with their notoriety now reaching international levels, the Casanovas got to work on their eponymous debut, and duly delivered an impressive slab of '70s-fueled hard rock — despite losing a burned-out Patrick Boyce midway through and replacing him with the colorfully named Jaws Stanley. More extensive worldwide touring followed, and 2005 found the band in Los Angeles, recording their as yet unreleased sophomore album with producer Sylvia Massy Shivy (Tool, Econoline Crush, Dishwalla, etc.).

Past members:

Jimmy Lewis

Patrick Boyce

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