Cane 141

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Cane 141
Background information
Origin Galway, Ireland
Years active 1997 (1997)–2008 (2008)
Past members Mike Smalle
Gerard Connolly
Shane Burke
Paul Maye
Sandra Friel
Colm Hogan

Cane 141 was an Irish rock band, active from 1997 until 2008. Cane 141's debut album Scene From 6a.m. was recorded in 1997 and released in 1998. The original lineup was Mike Smalle on vocals, guitar and keyboards, Gerard Connolly on vocals and guitars, Shane Burke on bass guitar and Paul Maye on drums. In 2001 they recorded their second album, Garden Tiger Moth. In 2003 they were joined by Sandra Friel on accordion and organ. By 2004 they had slimmed down to a 3 piece - Mike Smalle, Sandra Friel and Colm Hogan. The third Cane 141 album, Moon Pool was released in 2005, with their final album Lost At Sea arriving in 2007.

Involvement with Mark Eitzel

Mark Eitzel co-wrote and sings on the song "The Horror" from Cane 141's 2001 single, New Day Parade.