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    David joined what was to become Squidjigger when he kept hearing that his eventual brother-in-law, Jesse, was seeking a guitarist for a Celtic trio. Fully expecting the venture to fail like most bands do, David jumped in with both feet and is so far the only Squid not to have missed a gig.

Prior to asquidilation, David played in many bands ranging in format from 80s and 90s post-punk alternative, to 90s bar band and 21st century rock alternative. He has forgotten many keyboard, bass and banjo parts along the way, sticking mainly to guitar these days, and singing most of Squidjigger's repertoire – mainly because no one else wants to.

When not cavorting with his musical partner (i.e. a Taylor 310ce) onstage, David enjoys long quiet walks on the beach, romantic dinners with – ah, who're we kidding, David loves Guinness and his family, and tries to write and record music when he gets a spare moment - about every three months or so. In pubs and other noisy music venues, David is not ignoring you; he's just hard of hearing from too many hours with headphones on and can't understand what you're saying (Really!)

You can contact him at david@squidjigger.ca.

Here are a few links to stuff he really likes:

Taylor Guitars
The Jon Stewart Show

Jes Corbeil
Peter Feldstein
David Wood
The Band

Seven-Year Itch

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  Squidjigger.ca sprung fully formed from the collosally creative minds and hands of Jes and Peter.

Code Cowboy
Peter spent a whole 18 months in the IT world, several years ago. During that time, he designed and coded automated websites, databases and pretty much whatever else was needed. He has now moved on to the jet-set world of airline management but can still be coerced into a web project if it promises praise and petty favours. Got an abundance of either? Contact him here.

Design Daredevil
After 11 years spent designing everything from pamphlets to software interfaces, Jes left design behind and entered the less lucrative world of freelance writing and black-box theatre directing. He designed the original web interface for the site of 99.9 "The Buzz" and once created a small music store's corporate identity in return for a Washburn bass. Wanna talk shop? Contact him here.

Peter and Jes
Photographed by Jes and Peter,
Lincoln Center, NYC, 2002

This site and everything on it is ©opyright 2014 Squidjigger. So tempting to copy... resist!