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Ray St. Germain

Based In: Winnipeg, MB

Born in 1940, Ray St. Germain started playing music and singing while growing up in St. Vital, a suburb in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He started out on accordion but switched over to guitar as a teenager because it looked a little silly jumping all over the stage with an accordion. He began performing all over Canada when he was still a teenager, earning the nickname “Winnipeg’s Elvis”, traveling with Hal Lone Pine, Betty Cody and their son Jazz Legend Lenny Breau. His career hasn’t really let up since.

Artist: Ray St Germain

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