Nation trio Doc Walker had their roots in small-town Manitoba, Canada, where guitarists, vocalists, and songwriters Chris Thorsteinson, Dave Wasyliw, and Murray Pulver was raised jointly in Portage La Prairie. By enough time Thorsteinson and Wasyliw had been 14 yrs . old (Pulver was 3 years older), that they had currently shaped the group Independence and had been doing regional gigs. With time the name morphed into Doc Walker and it became simply Thorsteinson and Wasyliw operating socials, fairs, and campgrounds like a duo. They released Great Day to Trip in 1997, after that brought acoustic guitar ace Pulver in to the blend for 2001’s Curve, 2003’s Everyone Aboard (which yielded the air strikes “I Am Prepared” and “The Display Is Free of charge”), and 2006’s self-titled Doc Walker, which received Album of the entire year at 2007’s Canadian Nation Music Awards. Gorgeous Existence (2008) and Proceed (2009) followed.