Artificial Joy Club was an alternative rock band which formed in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada in 1993. The band consisted of Louise Reny (vocals), Michael Goyette (guitar), Leslie Howe (guitar, keyboards), Tim Dupont (bass), and Andrew Lamarche (drums). The band was originally called Sal's Birdland, and released two albums under that name before changing their name to Artificial Joy Club in 1996. Reny and Howe formerly recorded as the dance-pop duo One to One, and Howe produced Alanis Morrissette's first two albums.
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Artificial Joy Club has had 12 concerts.
The last Artificial Joy Club concert was on May 30, 1998 at Megaland in Landgraaf. The bands that performed were: Moby / NOFX / Primus / Deftones / The Dandy Warhols / Garbage / Spiritualized / Tori Amos / Grandaddy / Smashing Pumpkins / Tricky / Ocean Colour Scene / Faithless / K's Choice / Girls Against Boys / Reprazent / The Verve / Zion Train / Anouk / 16 horsepower / Junkie Xl / Bentley Rhythm Ace / Tindersticks / Van Dik Hout / Artificial Joy Club / Skik / Caeser / The Poises.