decided at 11 years old I wanted to be just like
Peter Criss the drummer from KISS. I took drum lessons
for a year, but then quickly started to realize
the girls didn’t want the drummer, they wanted
the singer! Ah hah! My career path was paved. My
first singing gig was at a party in grade 10 in
Victoria, boy were we terrible, but we still rocked.
Soon after high school I was on the road in a band
playing every hot spot from Chetwynd BC to L.A.
(Lethbridge Alberta.). Eventually we got good enough
to play in the big city and I solidified a music
career in Vancouver through the late 80’s
and 90’s. After a few years off in the late
90’s, I hooked up with four strangers now
known as Joe’s Garage. We auditioned for the
Roxy gig, and well the rest is history. I’m
so fortunate to play with four superb players, and
even better four best friends.
not at the Roxy I can be found in the studio signing
those cheesy jingles we all love so much, or at
EA Sports doing voice work for video games. I’m
fortunate enough to sing the anthems at Canuck’s
games a few times a year, which is the perfect marriage
of my two passions, sports and music. Nothing more
exciting than 18,000 screaming fans and I’m
standing on the ice belting out our nation’s
you’ll find me on the golf course, I’ve
been playing my whole life and I’m still lousy.
Nothing better than my perfect day in Vancouver,
a round of golf during the day, off to do the anthem
at the Canuck’s game, then to the Roxy to
rock the night away with a few hundred of my closest
friends. Gotta love it.