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Toucan Slam was based in Olney, Illinois, Southeast of Springfield, just outside of Robinson, almost a 4 hour trip by car to Chicago. Despite their distance, Toucan Slam became a semi-regular at the Fireside Bowl in the mid to later 1990's. They released one album, Doin' Stuff with Roy Scherer, and appeared on a couple of compilations.  
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'''Toucan Slam''' was based in Olney, Illinois, Southeast of Springfield, just outside of Robinson, almost a 4 hour trip by car to Chicago. Despite their distance, Toucan Slam became a semi-regular at the Fireside Bowl in the mid to later 1990's. They released one album, Doin' Stuff with Roy Scherer, and appeared on a couple of compilations.  
  
Part of their Chicago fan base may have had something to do with their association with [[Oblivion]], who also wrote a song titled "Olney," about Olney, Illinois in which they reference Toucan Slam.
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Part of their Chicago fan base may have had something to do with their association with [[Oblivion]], who also wrote a song titled "Olney", about Olney, Illinois in which they reference Toucan Slam.
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Revision as of 16:36, 8 July 2016

Toucan Slam was based in Olney, Illinois, Southeast of Springfield, just outside of Robinson, almost a 4 hour trip by car to Chicago. Despite their distance, Toucan Slam became a semi-regular at the Fireside Bowl in the mid to later 1990's. They released one album, Doin' Stuff with Roy Scherer, and appeared on a couple of compilations.

Part of their Chicago fan base may have had something to do with their association with Oblivion, who also wrote a song titled "Olney", about Olney, Illinois in which they reference Toucan Slam.