The Legendary Satan & The D-Men
by Terry Stiles

About the Book
These five musicians burst upon the music scene in their hometown of Kenora, Ontario in 1962 and the band has yet to quit performing together after nearly 55 years despite numerous band member replacements. After three years of performing in Northwestern Ontario, two television appearances and a name change from 'The Tempests' to 'Satan & The D-Men,' the band relocated to Winnipeg, Manitoba. They rose to become one of the top 10 bands in the city out of over 150 performing groups there at the time due in large to their great music as well as their choreographed stage show.
Satan & The D-Men appeared at the "Cavalcade Of Stars" in Winnipeg, Portage La Prairie and Brandon, Manitoba with 'The Deverons,' 'The Jury' and 'The Shondels.'
After a disappointing last minute cancellation as opening act for 'The Rolling Stones' first Winnipeg appearance, they added well-known singer and television performer 'Lucille Emond' to their ranks and toured as back-up band for recording star 'Buddy Knox' during his sold-out performances in Northwestern Ontario and Manitoba.
They continue to perform under the same name, have two CD's to their credit and in 2015, opened the show in Kenora for the ever-popular 'Burton Cummings.'

As long as there is rock & roll, there will be Satan & The D-Men.
About the Author
Terry is well known in Kenora, Ontario and the surrounding towns and cities. He received his education there as well as being employed in many jobs within the town itself in his younger years. He has been a musician in Kenora, Thunder Bay, Ontario and Winnipeg, Manitoba since 1962.
Attending Confederation College in Thunder Bay, he received his certificate as a Certified Nursing Orderly. After working in this field in Prince Albert & Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for a short time, he returned to Thunder Bay. He was employed at McKellar & Westmount Hospitals there for 12 years. Due to a serious back injury, he was forced to retire on disability in 2002, married a co-worker in 2006 and moved back to Kenora.
Terry continues to write music, has completed his autobiography, recorded a children's CD of his own music, a recent CD of adult originals and still performs with Satan & The D-Men.