Teenage Head rocketed out of Hamilton, Ontario in the early ’70s when four young guys from
Westdale High School decided to form a band. Gord Lewis, Frank Kerr, Steve Mahon, and
Nick Stipanitz weren’t buddies, but shared a strong interest in a similar punky/garage style
of music. By May, 1978 they’d released their first independent single, “Picture My Face,”
and quickly became part of the scene exploding in Toronto.