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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION



Canadian Country Music Awards

2006 CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS

CMT VIDEO OF THE YEAR
East Bound & Down - The Roadhammers
GROUP OF THE YEAR
The Road Hammers

 

2005 CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS

2005 ALL STAR BAND
Drums: Mark Branconnier (Doc Walker)
Bass: Paul Yee (Doc Walker)
Guitar: Craig Young (Terri Clark)
Keyboards: Dale Wallace (Emerson Drive)
Fiddle: David Pichette (Emerson Drive)
Steel Guitar: Ken Greer (Road Hammers) Harmonica: Curtis Tulman (The Cruzeros)

Juno Awards

NOMINATIONS

1990
Group of the Year (Tom Cochrane & Red Rider)
Album of the Year (Tom Cochrane & Red Rider): Victory Day
Canadian Entertainer of the Year (Tom Cochrane & Red Rider)

1989
Group of the Year (Tom Cochrane & Red Rider)
Canadian Entertainer of the Year (Tom Cochrane & Red Rider)

1987
Group of the Year (Tom Cochrane & Red Rider) WINNER
Canadian Entertainer of the Year (Tom Cochrane & Red Rider)

1984
Group of the Year (Red Rider)
Album of the Year (Red Rider): Neruda

1982
Most Promising Group of the Year (Red Rider)

1981
Most Promising Group of the Year (Red Rider)

 

BITS & PIECES

Ken Greer


Kenneth William Greer
Born 25 July 1954
Youngest of 7 children
Grew up in North Toronto
Married to Cheryl Geldart

 

 

CANADA'S OWN KEN GREER

(Taken from Feverishthoughts.com)

Ken Greer has to be the best Canadian guitarist/slide guitarist/keyboardist that has ever flown (for way too long in my eyes) under the radar that I know of! He certainly has to be the most underrated Canadian guitarist that I have ever heard. And I have my brother in-law to thank for this.

He has it all, he plays it all and he understands it ways we can only dream about. Ken Greer has that special something that we all strive for in our own playing approach. Seeing him play with Tom Cochrane was like seeing a wall of sound hit you right in the face. It was like going to a nice old church with an organ that has 75 foot pipes with all the stops out. We experienced what it must of been like for people when they were first exposed to Phil Spector’s revolutionary wall of sound.

They guy plays his slide like it is a freight train rolling through you head one moment, then he tickles the plastic ivory like my buddy Tony F. from my old Pylis days! He then will pick up his axe and then blast off with some back up rhythm guitar playing that makes you just shake your head … that’s what I did throughout his show with Tom Cochrane at the 2008 Canadian Open.

I’ve been trying with no real luck in finding some of his stuff on-line to show you so if you have anything on this guy then PLEASE send me a link! I just want to give you a little taste of what it was that we experienced that faithful night.