Promo Pictures

Dave O'Halloran sent on the first one, Ted James passed on the second (he got it from Reid Diamond). The other four I found on eBay. The second and third pictures were both taken by Reid's wife, and the last one by Derek Von Essen. The Crash Kills Five picture came from Alex Koch. The first two Phono-Comb pictures I found on eBay. The third (with Jad Fair) was sent in by Patrick Michalishyn.

Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet:

Crash Kills Five:

Phono-Comb (with and without Jad Fair):


The Don Pyle Collection

Don let me use some of his pictures here on the site, and they're in two sections, one each for Shadowy Men and Crash Kills Five


(click here to see the whole Shadowy Men collection)


(click here to see the whole Crash Kills Five collection)

Don Pyle had an exhibit of his photography running at The Beaver in Toronto from April 29 to May 25 of 2007. There is an online version at Don's web site, donpyle.com.


The Alex Koch Collection

Alex Koch, formerly with Crash Kills Five, and currently with Tony Balony & The Rubes, sent on this wonderful collection of Crash Kills Five pictures.


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The Grant Diamond Collection

Grant Diamond, Reid's brother and former manager of Buick McKane sent on this fantastic collection of Buick McKane pictures.


(click here to see the whole collection)


The Peter Hudson Poster Collection

Peter Hudson of The Dundrells sent on photos of a bunch of Shadowy Men posters he saved over the years.


(click here to see the whole collection)


The Derek von Essen Collection

Derek was Mr. Merchandise for the Shadowy Men for a while and kindly donated scans of some of his photos to the Shadowy Web.


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The What Wave Collection


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The Shawn Nagy Collection

Shawn took pictures at a Shadowy Men show in Winnipeg in 1992 and at the 2016 show in Los Angeles.


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The David Gary Fisher Collection

David took these pictures at a show in Waterloo in 1989. The pictures are copyright David Gary Fisher and may not be used without permission.


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The Jeff Beardall Collection

Jeff took these pictures of Atomic 7 at Younge Dundas Square on July 11, 2004.


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The sevres-babylone Collection

Jack took these pictures of Atomic 7 at various shows.


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The Chris Iwanowski Collection

Chris took these pictures of Atomic 7 at the 8th Annual Dog Day Festival on August 20, 2006.


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The erin leah pryde Collection

erin's collection is in two parts, one each for Atomic 7 and Ancient Chinese Secret.


(click here to see the whole Atomic 7 collection)


(click here to see the whole Ancient Chinese Secret collection)


The David Faris Collection

David took these pictures of Ancient Chinese Secret at Cameron House on October 23, 2005.


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The William Mount Collection

William took these pictures of Ancient Chinese Secret at the Cadillac Lounge on June 4, 2009.


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The Scott Arnold Collection

Scott took these pictures of Shadowy Men at Vazaleen, 2014.


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The Mel Anthony | @manthphoto Collection

Mel took these pictures of Shadowy Men in Seattle, 2016.


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The Phil Tiki Collection

Phil Tiki took these pictures of Shadowy Men in Pioneertown, 2016.


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Other Pictures

Dallas Diamond passed on this photo from one of the Shadowy Men theme shows. This one was from "Prom Night".

Trista at kithfan.org passed on this video capture from The Kids In The Hall

Sean Plaisted passed on this photo of Jad Fair & Phono-Comb.

STAT passed on this cool action shot of Atomic 7 live at the Fluid Lounge in Nelson, BC.

Sean Plaisted sent me this photo of Brian Connelly from the Drunk Baby Project sessions posted on Craig Northey's site (with Craig's permission, naturally).

From a now definct Rolling Stone Magazine Shadowy Men page: