• May 2014 – Maiden Cane officially launches with a debut performance in Englewood, FL opening for Highway to Hell.  Following the show they are asked to return in August to open for national touring band Head East.
  • September 2014 – Maiden Cane welcomes new lead singer Cliff Randi and hits the stage running one week later, opening for Warrant. Warrant backs out of the date a few days before but hundreds still show up to see Maiden Cane.
  • October 2014 – Maiden Cane opens for Molly Hatchet and Swamp Da Wamp in Fort Myers at the Hallowheels event.  
  • February 2015 – Maiden Cane headlines the legendary Cape Coral Bike Night taking the main stage in front of 2500+ people.
  • September 2015 – The band records two original songs: “White Lies” and “Dead Man’s Shoes”. After completion, they become available on music download sites. A steady flow of sales begin and the songs begin rotation on several internet and local radio stations.
  • December 2015 – Maiden Cane takes a film crew to the backwoods of North Port to film a video for “Dead Man’s Shoes”. The video premieres on New Year’s Day with over 800 views in under 24 hours.
  • January 2016 – Reverbnation selects “Dead Man’s Shoes” for promotion. It is submitted to radio stations all over the world and Maiden Cane becomes a featured artist.
  • February 2016 – A radio promoter hears “Dead Man’s Shoes” and offers to distribute it to 1000 radio stations across the globe. Dead Man’s Shoes continues to be played all over the world.
  • February 2016 – Maiden Cane returns to the main stage at Cape Coral Bike Night. Stephen Pearcy of Ratt and Soul Asylum both play simultaneously a few blocks away. Maiden Cane manages to attract an audience of over 2000 people and keep them rocking till the end of the show.
  • March 2016 – Maiden Cane opens for Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad at the Immokalee Casino Auditorium. The band charters a bus so local fans can get to the show.
  • April 2016 – “Dead Man’s Shoes” spends 11 straight weeks at number one on the Indie Rock Charts. The band receives messages from several DJs all over the world praising the song and asking for interviews. The popular YouTube show, Dread Metal, features the song on an episode.
  • June 2016 – Maiden Cane headlines the Sizzlin’ Summer Music Fest in Punta Gorda. Over 1000 people attend. The host venue is only expecting a few hundred so they ran out of all concessions 40 minutes into the show.
  • August 2016 – Maiden Cane opens for the legendary Eddie Money in Englewood, FL. Eddie Money and his family greet the band backstage to compliment the show.
  • The demand for Maiden Cane results in 12 bookings over Oct, Nov and Dec including opening for Jack Russell’s Great White, a huge private party with Pepin Distribution and a benefit show with the FAME organization providing instruments for school music programs.
  • October 2016 – Maiden Cane headlines the SunFiesta in Venice, FL and attracts the largest Friday night crowd in the history of the event. There are over $12,000 in beer sales during the bands performance.
  • November 2016 – Maiden Cane opens for .38 Special at the Coconut Festival in Cape Coral. A crowd of over 5,000 people gather by the end of the set. Members of .38 Special make it a point to tell the promoter how much they enjoyed Maiden Cane’s performance.
  • March 2017 – Maiden Cane opens for 80’s legends Night Ranger at their special 35th anniversary concert. Brad Gillis hangs out to hear the soundcheck and the whole band commends the performance.  Jack Blades greets the band as they walk off stage to extend compliments.
  • August 2017 – Maiden Cane release a video for their new original Fallen Angel to rave reviews. The video racks up over 5,000 views in under a week. The number is now over 12,000.
  • October 2017 – Maiden Cane returns to Cape Coral Bike night, this time to open for the legendary Lita Ford on the main stage.  Attendance is over 3,000 people.
  • November 2017 – Maiden Cane opens for Queensryche at the first annual St. Pete Beach Bikefest.  Throngs of people gather on St. Pete beach as Maiden Cane revs up the crowd.
  • November 2017 – Maiden Cane returns to Pioneer Park to headline the FAME Festival once again.  Over 2000 people fill the park.  Over $1000 in donations are taken in buckets right from the stage.
  • February 2018 – Maiden Cane gets a last minute call to open for Warrant at the Full Throttle Bike Expo in Clearwater, FL, putting the band in front of a new audience and opening many new opportunities for the band to expand it’s reach.
  • Maiden Cane is selected to headline the prestigious DeSoto Seafood Festival and the Venice Shark’s Tooth Festival in the Spring of 2018.
  • Maiden Cane enters into the 2nd quarter of 2018 with shows booked opening for Quiet Riot and .38 Special.  Several other shows with national artists are in the works.  The band also works toward a new arena rock show with expanded visual elements for theater based shows.  New original music is also in the works.
  • …And the list continues to grow!