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The band toured constantly and performed over 150 shows a year between 1988 and 1994. With new members Mike Crozier and Dave Reimer the Legendary Hearts self produced their record ‘Gin Palace’ in 1995. Their ‘quickest to gold’ record to date, the single ‘Do Ya’ stayed at the #2 position at radio for 6 weeks. Other singles followed including “Shattered’ and ‘Oh Shelly’ and the radio play allowed the band to embark on their most comprehensive tour of their career with multiple stops in all provinces.
Following a ‘Greatest Hits’ release in 1996, the band returned to the studio to record ‘Til Tomorrow’, releasing two singles ‘You Should Be Having Fun’ and ‘Shoulder of the Road’ before touring in support of the record through the rest of the year.
Following the last date of their 1997 tour of Canada, the band went on hiatus with each member continuing on with separate musical endeavors.
Barney has released three solo records, ‘Gift Horse, Inside Passage and Flesh and Bone’ with a fourth due in 2016. He recently celebrated the tenthanniversary of his Cowboy review band “The Cariboo Express’ which has raised nearly $500,000 dollars donated to various charities in WesternCanada and tours solo, with his band The Bonapartes, Bentall Taylor Ulrich and the High Bar Gang.
With over 250,000 records sold and twenty Top 30 singles, The LegendaryHearts still enjoy performing several shows a year all over Canada.