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Harps Of Gold Featuring Steve Marriner, Paul Reddick, Jerome Godboo & Larry Kurtz

Steve Marriner Bio

One of Canada’s busiest artists, Steve Marriner has proven himself to be a versatile and highly skilled musician, song writer and producer. In addition to winning 9 Maple Blues Awards as a harmonica player and vocalist on his own, he has won another 10 Maple Blues, two Canadian Indie Music, 2 Junos, and 1 American Blues Music awards as one third of swamp rockers Monkey Junk.


Paul Reddick

Singer, songwriter and harmonica player Paul Reddick has been performing his critically acclaimed original songs on stages across Canada, the USA and Europe for over 30 years.

He has recorded and written with Colin Linden, Tom Wilson (Lee Harvey Osmond) and MonkeyJunk among others, and recorded 10 albums of his own. His most recent recording, Ride the One (on Stony Plain Records), received the 2016 Juno Award for Best Blues Album.


Often referred to as the Poet Laureate of the Blues, he has been exploring and pushing the boundaries of the blues art form his entire career.  His dedication, “Blues is a beautiful landscape”, led him to create the annual Cobalt Prize for Contemporary Blues Composition in 2014 which encourages the growth and vitality of blues music.

Renowned for his intense and hypnotic performances, Paul Reddick has developed a loyal following amongst both his fans and musical peers and continues to be one of the most compelling performers on the Canadian music scene.


Jerome Godboo

Victoria-born vocalist, harmonica virtuoso and front man extraordinaire, Jerome Godboo has shared the stage with Prince, The Tragically Hip, Johnny Winter, Levon Helm, Jose Feliciano and many more.He has recorded and toured with Alannah Myles, Jeff Healey, Ronnie Hawkins and, most recently, Jimmy Bowskill. Jerome has released two albums with his former band, The Phantoms, as well as five solo albums, and has supported many Canadian musicians.


Larry Kurtz

Maple Blues award winner, harmonica player singer/songwriter Larry Kurtz has entertained audiences at hundreds of shows in clubs, festivals, and events over the last 25 years. He has shared the stage with some of the greats in the blues. He is also the Founder & Artistic Director of the Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival.