The Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir
The Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir (2004-present): a Rock band from Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
he Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir is a Canadian indie side-project rock band led by The Headstones vocalist Hugh Dillon formed in Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 2004. The band's style draws from country, pop, punk and new wave.
Dillon projected a less aggressive style in this band than in his previous group. In 2005 the band released The High Co$t of Low Living, through Paul Langois' 'Ching Music' label. Two tracks from this album were included as extras in the DVD version of the dramatic series Durham County: Season 1.
The Redemption Choir performed in the Tragically Hip's Across the Causeway show. The band's members who include J.P. Polsoni (guitar), Ben Kobayashi (keyboards), Chris Osti (bass) and Derek Downham (drums), also performed behind Dillon on his solo album Works Well with Others in 2009.