Canadian blues
Canadian blues is the blues and blues-related music (e.g., blues rock) performed by blues bands and performers in Canada. There are hundreds of local and regionally based Canadian blues bands and perf...
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Les Stroud
Les Stroud (born October 20, 1961) is a Canadian musician, filmmaker, and survival expert best known as the creator, writer, producer, director, cameraman and host of the television series Survivorman...
Les Stroud - Wikipedia
List of Canadian blues festivals and venues
Canadian blues festivals and venues range from small, community-based festivals that feature mostly local performers to major corporate-sponsored festivals that draw nationally- and internationally-pr...
Orin Isaacs
Orin Isaacs is a Canadian bass guitarist, record and television music producer, best known as the bandleader on Mike Bullard's late-night talk shows Open Mike with Mike Bullard and The Mike Bullard Sh...
Ghostkeeper (band)
Ghostkeeper is a progressive folk and blues act from Calgary, Canada. The group takes its name from main songwriter: Shane Ghostkeeper. Their debut album Children of the Great Northern Muskeg was rele...
Ottawa Bluesfest
The Ottawa Bluesfest is an annual outdoor music festival that takes place each July in downtown Ottawa, Canada. While mainly focused on blues at the start, the festival has increasingly showcased main...
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Mr. Chill and The Witnesses
Mr. Chill and the Witnesses is a Canadian blues band formed in 2004 in Windsor, Ontario. The band consists of Kelly Hoppe (lead vocals, harmonica, saxophone, rhythm guitar), Greg Cox (guitar, mandoli...
Gary Farmer
Gary Dale Farmer (born June 12, 1953) is a Canadian actor and musician. He is a member of the First Nations.
Farmer was born in Ohsweken, Ontario into the Cayuga Nation and Wolf Clan of the Hauden...
Bill Stevenson (Canadian musician)
Bill Stevenson (born 1947 in Ottawa, Ontario) is an award-winning Canadian blues and jazz pianist, vocalist and songwriter, originally associated with the band Earth Opera, whose career in music has s...
Whiskey Howl
Whiskey Howl was a Toronto-based Canadian blues band, most popular between 1969 and 1972. The band is notable as being one of the early Canadian bands promoting and developing blues music in Canada.<...
Anthony Gomes
Anthony Gomes (born May 14, 1970, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian blues and blues rock guitarist and singer. He was born to a Portuguese father and a French-Canadian mother. After his 1998 deb...
Fred St-Gelais
Fred St-Gelais (born Frederic St-Gelais on September 2, 1974 in Chibougamau, Quebec) is a Canadian songwriter, television music composer, record producer and multi-instrumentalist, currently living in...
Jane Vasey
Jane Elizabeth Vasey (1949 – July 7, 1982) was a Canadian blues piano player, best known for her years playing with the Downchild Blues Band. Vasey played with the band from 1973 until her deat...
MonkeyJunk
MonkeyJunk are a Canadian rock and roll/swamp/blues band signed to Stony Plain Records. They are based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada's capital. MonkeyJunk are frequent winners at the Maple Blues Awards, ...
Edmonton's Labatt Blues Festival
The Edmonton's Labatt Blues Festival (or Edmonton Labatt Blues Fest) was an annual blues music festival in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, which was first held in 1999. The festival runs for three days (a...
Double Shot! (album)
Double Shot! is the first blues album recorded by harmonica player Snooky Pryor and guitarist Mel Brown. It was produced by Andrew Galloway and Sandra B. Tooze and was recorded on October 18 &...
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The Twisters
The Twisters are a Canadian blues band formed in 1994 in North Vancouver. They are signed to Toronto's NorthernBlues Music.
The original band was formed by harmonica player David "Hurricane" Hoer...