"Thank You Waitress!" now available on
Flat and Black Records 2005
Release Date: August 8, 2005
Format: 13-song CD
Listen to clips here



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Live Review Lop Lops, Sault Ste. Marie, ON - John Allaire brought his array of guitars and harmonicas to Lop Lops last night, playing an inspiring and often hilarious solo show to a near capacity crowd of 225. "Thank You Waitress!" selling very well in Europe/UK. more on this

Sep. 1/05 - "Thank You Waitress" is NOW AVAILABLE! - After more than a year of writing, recording, re-recording and production, John Allaire and his backing group of diverse musicians "the Campistas" have released the much anticipated "Thank You Waitress!". The album is a 13-song collection of introspective, and often humourous, songs that could fall under the overarching genre umbrella of "alt-country". However, you be the judge...
Clips of many of the songs are available on this site . Currently, the CD is available for online purchase only. Retail outlets across North America will be receiving their shipments soon.

"Thank You Waitress!" is Allaire's 6th career release and his second effort under his own name. North American and European tour dates are currently being confirmed, and Allaire has stated that, for the most part, the tour will be a solo effort, with the Campistas only making the occasional appearance.

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