Wheat Chiefs

The Wheat Chiefs was a Canadian melodic rock band with punk rock influence formed in 1990 in Edmonton, Alberta, and later relocated to Vancouver, British Columbia. The group featured several members of SNFU and one from Jr. Gone Wild. They released one album, 1996's Redeemer.

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