with Highball Riot
The Twitch began its journey early 2002 with a bunch of friends, who got together, and discovered they could "Rock Out", and write songs. Soon gigs followed, a cd, and then radio airplay, then touring. As the band grew, and songs flowed out like wine The Twitch performed at the CAMEO Music Festivals 2002, 2003, 2004 & 2005 in Mission & Langley Canada. The Twitch also graced the stages of Retrofest 2005, in Chilliwack, Canada, they backed up legendary bands like The Edgar Winter Band, Rick Derringer, Blue Oyster Cult, Jefferson Starship & It's A Beautiful Day! In the same year, 2005, they were nominated for "Original Band Of 2005", at the CAMEO Music Awards. The band has also performed at the In Harmony Music Festivals 2003, 2004 & 2005 in WhiteRock/Surrey Canada, and at Emergenza Music Festival 2005 & 2006 in Vancouver Canada.
As The Twitch's "Rock 'N Roll Machine" rolled on, they were signed by the Australian record label Blue Pie Records. Then in 2011, The Twitch launched their "Get The Twitch Out Tour", which covered the West Coast of the USA, (Washington State-Oregon-California), which The Twitch graced the stage of the infamous Whisky A Go Go, in West Hollywood, California. Then to top it off, inking down a music publishing deal with Harmonious Music, and signing with management, A & R Select. In the summer of 2012, The Twitch toured the state of California, and performied at the Indie Entertainment Summit, whch includes performances at Smooth Sound Studios in Van Nuys, Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood, Whisky A Go Go, Doll Hut & the Rainbow Bar & Grill, all in the Hollywood-Los Angeles-Anaheim area. To end the tour, a performance at the Ouside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco.