"We Were Meant To Be" by The Plague

LISTEN: "We Were Meant To Be" by The Plague

1960s rock 'n' roll

The Plague were formed in Thunder Bay, but ended up spending enough time living in Toronto that they're considered to be part of "The Toronto Sound" — what people called our city's particular brand of 1960s garage rock. The Plague released "We Were Meant To Be" in 1965 and would break up soon after. Lead singer Lyn McEachern went on to record a few singles as a solo artist and the other members of the band would keep playing together, but eventually rename themselves Lexington Avenue.


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