TEDDY LEONARD BIOGRAPHY

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Teddy Leonard has been a guitarist in the Canadian roots scene for more than 25 years. As a member of the seminal roots collective "Fathead" he has recorded 5 CD's and garnered two Juno nominations {taking home the prize in 1999 for "Best Blues Recording"}. The next year he was honored as "Guitarist of the Year" at the Maple Blues Awards. As support for Handy and Juno nominee Paul Reddick he has toured Europe and Canada in recent years. Stints with Colin Linden, Morgan Davis and Pork Belly Futures have taken Teddy to New York City, Memphis, Austin and Washington D C. While recording and playing have been his mainstays composing has landed him on many other artist's discs and soundtracks. Having shared the stage with BB King, Robbie Robertson, Garth Hudson and Rick Danko of The Band Teddy continues to be in demand as a performer. Teddy plays on "A Lesson I've Learned".


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