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Joe Firth

b. c. 1954, Shelbourne, Ontario, Canada. Acquiring to music as a kid, Firth played electric guitar from age 12, adding banjo and piano over another couple of years. He also became an experienced arranger and constructed music. Although he centred his profession in his house province, he also toured the others of Canada along with his Guaranteed Land music group in the 70s and 80s and beyond, playing at rodeos like the Ponoka Stampede and Calgary Stampede. Firth also stopped at the united states where he obtained a good pursuing in Western world Virginia. Among performers who made an appearance in Firth’s music group are Kevin Ansell (electric guitar), Dave Halpern (drums), Dan Knight (electric guitar/vocals), and Jason McCoy (electric guitar/vocals), the majority of whom had been members from the music group Mr Reality. Tracks in Firth’s repertoire consist of ‘Big Sibling’, ‘Four In The Morning hours’, ‘I’m Simply Me’, ‘Another NIGHTS Appreciate’, ‘She’s All I Got’ and ‘I NEVER REALLY HAD THE MAIN ONE I Needed’. He previously some achievement with ‘Work For YOUR DAILY LIFE Love Affair’ compiled by Dave Kirby and documented with Paul Weber in 1984.

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