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Toh Kay

Toh Kay








Hometown: East Brunswick, NJ (USA)

About:

Toh Kay is a solo project by Streetlight Manifesto, Bandits of the Acoutsic Revolution and former Catch 22 front man. Tomas Kalnoky. The project started with acoustic shows by Kalnoky, redoing streetlight/catch/BOTAR/Gimp songs. It was announced that Toh Kays first album (You By Me Vol.1) was to be released in November as a split with singer–song writer Dan Potthast. You By Me Vol.1 was released Novmber 15th, with 5 Toh Kay tracks (which are all covers of Potthast songs).

Toh Kay released his first full length "Streetlight Lullabies" through Pentimento Music Co. on November 22nd, 2011. Released along with the CD was an LP version and a 7" single of the song, "We Will Fall Together" on the A side and "Hooray For Me" (a Bad Religion cover) on the B side.

Related Bands

Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution, Catch 22, Streetlight Manifesto

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Toh Kay live in Los Angeles

Toh Kay

live in Los Angeles (2011)

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Toh Kay Streetlight Lullabies

Toh Kay

Streetlight Lullabies (2011)

Pentimento Music Company

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