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See Spot Run’s hit song “Weightless” certified the band as a top Canadian band. The song was confirmed by BDS as being “the highest charted independent song on the rock chart since the inception of BDS”. This made them the first indie rock band to break the top 10. See Spot Run has five full albums out that currently sell worldwide as well as several videos for each album.

See Spot Run is a truly Canadian band. The band was formed in Montreal by Québec natives Chris Brodbeck and Randy Bowen. Also, in See Spot Run are David Fudge (drummer) and Aaron Little (guitar) both from Toronto.  The band has toured Canada many times, performing in all of the major cities, but also playing in some of the smallest and more remote. From Vancouver, BC to Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, and all points in between See Spot Run has built a strong following, while truly seeing their country. See Spot Run opened for Bon Jovi and Stone Temple Pilots, on each occasion in front of 20,000+ people.

See Spot Run has toured in the USA. They have headlined a concert in Disney World, Orlando Florida. The band performed at a pre-home-game show for the Buffalo Bills and sang the anthem in the stadium before the game.  All avid sports fans, the musicians in See Spot Run were honoured to sing the anthem for a Toronto Raptors game. Their hit song Weightless was played during the ceremony to retire Wayne Gretzky’s number.  The Canadian Association of Broadcasters gave See Spot Run the “Breakout Single of The Year Award”. Wire Magazine gave them the “Concert of the Year Award” shortly after.

The band has created and released music in both French & English. “Superheros sous peu” was the first CD released in French and contains both of the band’s previous Top 10 hits, Decoller and Terrifié and those songs continue to sell in French countries around the world.  A See Spot Run song was featured on the Canadian/American hit TV series DeGrassi, The Next Generation. The episode featuring the song was aired on the

N Network in the USA and on the CTV Network in Canada. The song was also used by Degrassi

on vSide with a virtual world rendition of the Degrassi coffee house “The Dot”.