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Marie-Lynn Hammond

The onetime lead vocalist from the famed Canadian folk unit Stringband, singer/songwriter Marie-Lynn Hammond was created in Montreal, Quebec on August 31, 1948. With banjoist Bob Bossin and fiddle participant Terry Ruler, she created Stringband in Ontario in 1971; the trio released their debut Canadian Sunset 3 years later on, recording several even more LPs well worth of materials before disbanding in 1977. Hammond released her self-titled single debut another year, but didn’t resurface once again until 1983’s Vignettes; Impromptu adopted two years later on. Furthermore to following recordings including 1990’s Dark & White colored…and tones of grey and 1995’s Imprompt2, Hammond also created Beautiful Deeds/De Beaux Gestes, a stage music inspired some songs she published about her grandmothers; she additionally managed the CBC radio display Musical Friends.

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