"Honeymoon Suite" are a Canadian rock band, based out of Niagara Falls, Ontario, who were most popular in the 1980s. The band's name was a nod to the fact that Niagara Falls is the unofficial honeymoon capital.
They were originally formed in 1982 by lead vocalist Johnny Dee and guitarist Derry Grehan. They soon signed with WEA Canada after they released their song "New Girl Now", which won them an unsigned band contest put on by Toronto radio station Q107.
Dee and Grehan recruited Ray Coburn on keyboards, Gary Lalonde on bass, and Dave Betts on drums.
In 1984, they released their self-titled debut album, which lead to four top-ten hits in Canada: "New Girl Now", "Burning In Love", "Wave Babies", and "Stay In the Light". The song "New Girl Now" was the only single to reach the top-50 in the United States.
Their follow up album, ''The Big Prize'', produced by Bruce Fairbairn, was equally successful in Canada, with four more hits: "Feel It Again", "What Does It Take", "Bad Attitude", and "All Along You Knew". Their song "Feel It Again" managed to reach the Top 40 in the US, but "What Does It Take" only reached no. 52, even buoyed by its inclusion on the soundtra...