His debut album ”29 Loads of Freight” was released in 2004 to rave reviews, more shows, a documentary (www.topoftheworldfilms.com) and the opportunity to munch on many a snack tray with his hero’s.
In 2007 Gordie released his second album ”Bottleneck to Wire’ with special guests Roger Marin (Fred Eaglesmith Band)- pedal steel, Jaxon Haldane (D-Rangers)- banjo, Amelia Rose (Fishhead Stew)- fiddle, Aylie Sparkes- guitar and Kim Barlow- cello.
It is a landmark album.If there is justice in this business, years from now we may be looking back and talking about the recording that brought this Canadian singer songwriter to the forefront of his genre…
MAVERICK MAGAZINE 5/5 Stars (UK)
“by far the best album I have listened to for some time.”
Feeling lucky to get this far with only his fortune amounting in friends, he continues to build his burgeoning career with Canadian and US tours, festival appearances, and showcases while garnering airplay in Canada, U.S, Europe and Australia. In the fall of 2008 he toured Europe opening for Fred Eaglesmith.
Gordie represented Canada in Memphis, Tennessee as a 2008 Official Folk Alliance Showcase winner. He was also selected to showcase at Western Canadian Music Week, where he was immediately booked to perform at SxSW 2009 in Austin Texas and built that into a four-state tour.
Gordie and Fred Eaglesmith are doing a northern launch of their respective new CDs starting May 8th. Gord’s third album, ”Mercy & Sin” will then debut with launches in Canada, the US and Europe.