The Killer Dwarfs performed a style of music that can be labeled something like pop meets metal meets arena rock. The Juno-winning group formed in 1982 in Ontario, Canada. Members included lead singer Russell Graham; drummer and singer Darrell Millar; guitarists Bryce Trewin, Gerry Finn, and Mike Hall; and bassists Angelo "Ange" Fodero and "Bad" Ronald Mayer. During the '80s and '90s, the Killer Dwarfs recorded a number of singles and albums, working under labels like Epic, Sony, Attic, and Maze. Around 1993, no longer under contract and financially running on empty, the bandmembers moved on to other music ventures.