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Colin James

This Canadian guitarist, singer and songwriter is Canada’s response to the U.S.’s Chris Duarte or Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Colin Munn was raised in Saskatchewan, hearing folk and blues. After learning the pennywhistle and mandolin, he give up school and caused a succession of rings, included in this, the Hoo Doo …

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Colin Linden

Canadian singer/songwriter Colin Linden continues to be delivering his personal blues-oriented rock because the early ’70s. He takes on into weighty gospel and folk aswell, making Linden’s function most recognizable across Canada. He offers released a slew of information through the entire ’80s and ’90s, especially earning a Juno Honor …

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Jale

Something of the same Halifax, Nova Scotia musical community which spawned Sloan and Eric’s Trip, the dazzling indie-pop music group Jale shaped in Apr 1992 while its users were attending art college. Dubbing themselves Jale as an acronym from the 1st titles of guitarist Jennifer Pierce, drummer Alyson MacLeod, bassist …

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Mark Sultan

Mark Sultan is becoming among the leading numbers within the Canadian garage area punk picture, cranking away high-test rock and roll & move with a small number of memorable rings in addition to creating a name for himself like a single work. Hailing from Montreal, Sultan was a preteen metallic …

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Crash Test Dummies

Making use of their clever lyrics and folk-tinged melodies, the Crash Test Dummies were an ideal rock-band for affluent ’90s university students and yuppies. Their 1st recording was a multi-platinum strike in their indigenous Canada, but just gained a little cult pursuing in other areas of the globe. Thanks to …

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Chris Cummings

Along with his rich baritone vocal style, singer/songwriter Chris Cummings surfaced during the past due 1990s being a performer firmly within the mildew of contemporary country’s New Traditionalist movement. A indigenous of Norton, New Brunswick, he produced his public performing debut at age five, and was an area feeling throughout …

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Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr.

Listeners and audiences are generally astounded by the tone of voice and character of Bishop Paul S. Morton. Whether within a televised appearance with youth friend Aretha Franklin or in his capability as the mature pastor of Greater St. Stephens Total Gospel Cathedral in New Orleans, Bishop Morton is normally …

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Death from Above 1979

The high-energy, high-volume duo Loss of life from Above 1979 made an instantaneous splash upon their debut in 2004 with You’re a female, I’m a Machine. Bassist/synth participant Jesse F. Keeler and drummer/vocalist Sebastien Grainger both hailed from Toronto, where they fulfilled and formed Loss of life from Above in …

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Sebastien Grainger

Before launching a solo career in 2008, Toronto native Sebastien Grainger found an audience because the drum-playing vocalist of Loss of life from Above 1979. The group’s sweaty mixture of punk, hip-hop, and dance was chronicled on two albums (one of these a remix record) before Grainger divide with bandmate …

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Controller.Controller

This Toronto-area band formed in nov 2002 when guitarist Ronnie Morris was seeking members for an organization. Following that, drummer Jeff Scheven and Colwyn Llewellyn-Thomas became a member of. After deciding to include another guitarist, the group added Scott Kaija, and Morris relocated to bass. However the group required form …

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