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One Hundred Days is the brainchild of singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ian Tanner. In the early 1990s, Ian formed the band with former Awakening guitarist and band-mate Andrew Horrocks. The band originally consisted of Tanner, Horrocks and Gordon Stevenson on drums. On each subsequent One Hundred Days album, the band membership changed. 1996's Feels Like Love featured Glen Teeple on guitar and Steve Marsh on drums. Steve March died from cancer just before the album was released, and thus the band members changed once again. The final roster for the band consisted of Tanner and Horrocks, with Tony Lind on guitars and Darryl McWaters on drums. Their final album, The Super Terrific Happy Hour, was released independently.
In 2000, Tanner quit the band, citing an obvious lack of success in the marketplace coupled with personal and marital issues of his own. Horrocks went on to continue his work as an award winning producer and engineer. Lind and McWaters would eventually re-join Tanner as members of Jim Witter's multi-media tribute show "The Piano Men - A Trip Through The 1970s with Billy Joel and Elton John."