First-ever club performance was 3-song “tag” set at the end of a Queen City Kids show, the Paddock, Regina, 1979
First-ever band to play the Schnitzel Haus in Regina, which would become legendary live room AKA the Venue, Channel One, The State, The Distrikt. Opening band was the Wankers, featuring 15-year-old Colin James.
Last-ever band to play the Distrikt, before it turned into a gym, 2012. Last guitar power chord played in that room, by Eddie Lester, was an A.
Played Saskatchewan 75th Anniversary Festival, Wascana Park, 1980
Cable Regina (now Access Communications) recorded the Extroverts and broadcast the resulting program, “Last Act at the Schnitzel Haus”, for months. 1980
First Saskatchewan band to play Calgary punk club The Calgarian. One week engagement was so popular, held over for second week. 1980
Recorded two songs for 7” single at Studio West, Pike Lake Saskatchewan. 1980.
Broke up 1982, reformed for one-off show in 1984.
Opened for DOA (1979, 1980, 1981, 2009), Subhumans (1980), Kingbees (1981), Odds (2011), Stiff Little Fingers (2016) etc etc etc
Profiled by author Sam Sutherland for his book Perfect Youth: A History of Canadian Punk. Re-released Political Animals on split 7” in support of book. 2011.
Recorded two songs for 7” single Government Girls/Hysteria Night. Produced by Carl Johnson of Library Voices. 2014.
Released album EXTROVERTS DEMO 1979
Release album SUPPLE September 2016 – lyrics from 1979 with brand new music!
SUPPLE tour of western Canada Sept 2016
SUPPLE tour of eastern Canada April 2017
Album SUPPLE included in SaskMusic’s 2016 Saskatchewan Top Ten Albums of the Year.