If you have not heard of me before you have now, I am Canadian born, Ontario raised outdoors man, and family man, most of my songs reflect my love for family and country. I really can’t think of anything better to do than play music, it takes me away.
Ollie Strong has been at my side since my first record Endless Roads in 97, Ollie spent 17 years with the Tommy Hunter show, recorded with Gordon Lightfoot and the Good Brothers and many more Canadian folk, and spent a lot of years in Nashville as the studio man of steel, he played on rock and roll records in the late 50s, a first. John P. Allan joined Ollie and I in 98 when we started working on Sunset Rider. John is one of the founding members of Prairie Oyster, one of our greatest country bands ever in my opinion, as well as playing with the Good Brothers for about 30 years and many more good Canadian folk. I guess Sunset Rider is a type of country album, we put this out in 2001, mixed with some easy rock, Anne Lindsay recorded on it with us as well and Dan Broadbeck co-produced it with me. It was after that record I decided to by my own studio gear and do it on my own, BR1600 is my studio combined with my Mac. Day Dreamer is from this, it was my idea to have it sound like it came from the late 70s early 80s, it took me 3 years to complete this record, I released it last year, it has Brian Good and his lovely wife Susan, and Bev Allan singing backing vocals , some incredible songs on this one. Later this month we will release Here Comes The Sun, Ollie, John and I have been working on it since the fall, Dan Hanshal has joined us and plays stand-up bass, no percussion, this record has an old feel about it, folky/bluegrassy, feel good record. I attribute this to my love of old country If you wish to see the real me I have a YouTube site with many new tunes thought up in some crazy places as well as 3 fishing videos, I love having fun, and always keep a camera handy.
My songs reflect all that I have seen, been and done and sometimes a little imagination, I hope you enjoy what I have to offer.