List Of Gospel Artists In Canada

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Lee Aaron – jazz and rock singer-songwriter, also known as “Metal Queen”
Abdominal – hip-hop musician
Bryan Adams – singer-songwriter
Bernard Adamus – singer-songwriter
Susan Aglukark – pop singer-songwriter
Bruce Aitken – jazz and rock drummer
Robert Aitken – composer, flute player
Chuckie Akenz – rapper, songwriter
Pierrette Alarie – opera singer
Emma Albani – opera singer
Coco Love Alcorn – pop singer
John Alcorn – jazz singer
Don Alder – fingerstyle guitarist, singer-songwriter, composer
Toya Alexis – R&B singer
Madeleine Allakariallak – Inuit throat singer, folk singer
Chad Allen – singer (the Guess Who)
Lillian Allen – dub poet
Tommy Alto – indie rock singer-songwriter
Don Amero – singer-songwriter
Barbra Amesbury – singer-songwriter
Charlie Angus – alternative country singer-songwriter, writer, politician
Paul Anka – singer, songwriter, 1950s pop star
James Anthony – blues guitarist
Alan Anton – bassist (Cowboy Junkies)
Natalie Appleton – singer (All Saints)
Violet Archer – composer
Jann Arden – pop singer-songwriter
Carolyn Arends – Contemporary Christian pop singer
Susie Arioli – jazz singer
Julian Armour – cellist
John Arpin – pianist, composer, recording artist, entertainer
Marie-Pierre Arthur – pop singer-songwriter
Talena Atfield – bassist (Kittie)
Athésia – pop/dance singer
Rich Aucoin – indie rock singer, songwriter
Melissa Auf der Maur – rock bassist (Hole, the Smashing Pumpkins)
Eva Avila – singer (winner of Canadian Idol, 2006)
Mike Ayley – singer, bass guitarist
Marcel Aymar – singer-songwriter
Caroline Azar – singer, songwriter, keyboardist (Fifth Column)
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Sebastian Bach – rock singer
Randy Bachman – rock singer, guitarist
Tal Bachman – singer (son of Randy Bachman)
Back Alley John – blues singer, songwriter, harmonica player
Bad News Brown – rapper
Bahamas – folk singer-guitarist
Carroll Baker – country music singer
Buddy Banks – jazz double-bassist
Del Barber – singer-songwriter
Jill Barber – singer-songwriter
Matthew Barber – singer-songwriter
Emilie-Claire Barlow – singer-songwriter
Kim Barlow – singer-songwriter
Laura Barrett – singer-songwriter, kalimba player
Mary Barry – singer-songwriter, composer, pianist, jazz, blues, chanson
Yank Barry – rock singer, composer, guitar, percussion
Miguel de la Bastide – flamenco guitarist
Isabel Bayrakdarian – soprano
Kevin Bazinet – pop singer
Bobby Bazini – singer-songwriter
Gary Beals – R&B singer
Dany Bédar – singer-songwriter
Jaymz Bee – singer, music director
Dan Bejar – singer-songwriter (Destroyer; Swan Lake; Hello, Blue Roses)
Daniel Bélanger – pop, electro, rock, ambience singer
Roz Bell – singer-songwriter
Steve Bell – guitarist, singer-songwriter
Belly – rapper, songwriter
Quanteisha Benjamin – singer
Willie P. Bennett – folk/alternative country singer-songwriter
Ridley Bent – country singer
Barney Bentall – rock singer-songwriter
Jennifer Berezan – singer-songwriter, producer, activist
Moe Berg – singer-songwriter (Pursuit of Happiness)
Art Bergmann – punk/alternative singer-songwriter
Mario Bernardi – conductor, pianist
Geoff Berner – klezmer/folk accordionist, singer-songwriter
Larry Berrio – country singer-songwriter
Salome Bey – blues/gospel/jazz singer
Ed Bickert – jazz guitarist
Charlie Biddle – jazz bassist
Dave Bidini – guitarist (Rheostatics)
Justin Bieber – pop singer-songwriter
Big Rude Jake – singer-songwriter, band leader, blues shouter, guitarist
Dan Bigras – singer-songwriter
Kim Bingham – rock/ska singer, songwriter
Heather Bishop – folk singer-songwriter
Jaydee Bixby – country singer
Annesley Black (born 1979) – composer
Jully Black – R&B musician
Stacey Blades – guitarist (L.A. Guns)
Jason Blaine – country singer
Paul Bley – jazz pianist
Omar Blondahl – singer
Joe Bocan – pop singer
La Bolduc – singer, songwriter, harmonicist, violinist
Jonas Bonnetta – singer, songwriter
Brian Borcherdt – singer-songwriter
Robi Botos – jazz pianist
John Bottomley – singer-songwriter
Isabelle Boulay – pop singer
Gerry Boulet – rock singer
Bill Bourne – folk/alternative singer, songwriter
Pierre Bouvier – singer, songwriter, guitarist (Reset, Simple Plan)
Mitch Bowden – rock singer, guitarist (Don Vail, the Priddle Concern, Chore)
Benjamin Bowman – violinist
Liona Boyd – classical guitarist
David Bradstreet – singer-songwriter
Tim Brady – electric guitarist, composer, improviser, working in contemporary classical, experimental, musique actuelle
Andru Branch – singer, songwriter, keyboardist (Andru Branch, Halfway Tree)
Paul Brandt – country singer-songwriter
Russell Braun – operatic baritone
Lenny Breau – guitarist
Beverly Breckenridge – bassist (Fifth Column and Phono-Comb)
Bredcrum – internet hip-hop artist
Alana Bridgewater – musical theatre actor
Dean Brody – country singer-songwriter
Lisa Brokop – country singer-songwriter
Michael Brook – guitarist, producer, film scorer
Jon Brooks – folk singer-songwriter
Colleen Brown – singer-songwriter
Divine Brown – R&B/soul singer
Edwin Orion Brownell – neo-classical composer, pianist
Measha Brueggergosman – operatic soprano
Paul Brunelle – country music guitarist, songwriter
Rod Bruno – singer, songwriter, guitarist
Billy Bryans – percussionist, record producer
Dan Bryk – singer-songwriter
Jim Bryson – singer-songwriter
Michael Bublé – singer
Buck 65 – hip-hop artist
Basia Bulat – singer-songwriter
George Burdi
Malcolm Burn – singer, record producer
Louise Burns – singer-songwriter
William Butler – member of Arcade Fire
Win Butler – member of Arcade Fire
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Meryn Cadell – rock singer-songwriter, performance artist
Cadence Weapon – rapper
Buddy Cage – pedal steel guitar player
Kathryn Calder – indie rock/pop singer-songwriter
John Allan Cameron – folk singer, guitarist
James Campbell – clarinetist
Torquil Campbell – singer-songwriter (Stars)
Brendan Canning – singer-songwriter (Broken Social Scene, Valley of the Giants)
Lou Canon – singer-songwriter
George Canyon – country singer
Alessia Cara – contemporary R&B
Craig Cardiff – singer-songwriter
Charlotte Cardin – pop singer
Paul Cargnello – singer-songwriter
Marie Carmen – pop singer, musical theatre actor (Starmania)
Stef Carse — country and pop singer
Wilf Carter – country singer
Jazz Cartier – rapper
Andrew Cash – singer-songwriter
Peter Cash – singer-songwriter
Ian Casselman – singer, drummer
Micheal Castaldo – singer-songwriter, producer
Jennifer Castle – singer-songwriter
Cayouche – singer-songwriter
David Celia – singer-songwriter
CFCF – electronic musician
Chantal Chamandy – pop/dance singer-songwriter
Champion – DJ, electronic musician
Keshia Chanté – urban/R&B singer
Robert Charlebois – rock and funk singer
Gregory Charles – chorister and pianist
Tanika Charles – soul and rhythm and blues singer
Rita Chiarelli – blues singer
Jane Child – pop and rock dance artist, songwriter, producer
Choclair – hip-hop artist
Charlene Choi – pop singer in Hong Kong
Gina Choi – South Korean singer
Tommy Chong – guitarist (Bobby Taylor & the Vancouvers), comedian
Christophe – pop singer
Julie Crochetière – singer-songwriter, pianist (jazz, pop, R&B, soul)
Jarvis Church – R&B singer-producer (real name Gerald Eaton)
Annabelle Chvostek – folk singer
Terri Clark – country singer-songwriter
Alanna Clarke – pop/rock singer-songwriter
Classified – rapper
David Clayton-Thomas – singer
Jim Clench – bassist, vocalist (April Wine, Bachman–Turner Overdrive)
Kevin Closs – singer-songwriter
Tom Cochrane – singer-songwriter
Bruce Cockburn – singer-songwriter
Leonard Cohen – singer-songwriter, poet
Cold Specks – soul singer
Holly Cole – jazz singer
Naida Cole – pianist
Jason Collett – singer-songwriter (also member of Broken Social Scene)
Dorothy Collins – pop singer
Simon Collins – pop/electronic musician
Chuck Comeau – drummer (Reset, Simple Plan)
Ray Condo – rockabilly singer
Chantal Condor – singer
Tyler Connolly – singer-songwriter, guitarist (Theory of a Deadman)
Stompin’ Tom Connors – country singer-songwriter
Jesse Cook – guitarist, producer, composer
Jim Corcoran – singer-songwriter, radio personality
J. P. Cormier – singer, guitarist
Louis-Jean Cormier – rock singer, songwriter
Corneille – funk, R&B, soul singer-songwriter
Rose Cousins – singer-songwriter
Deborah Cox – pop/R&B singer
Jonny Craig – vocalist, songwriter, ex-front man for Dance Gavin Dance, front man for Emarosa and Isles and Glaciers
Sara Craig – singer-songwriter
Jim Creeggan – singer-songwriter, member of the Barenaked Ladies and the Brothers Creeggan
Andy Creeggan – singer-songwriter, former member of the Barenaked Ladies and the Brothers Creeggan
Colin Cripps – rock guitarist, producer (Crash Vegas)
John Crossingham – rock singer (Raising the Fawn)
Allison Crowe – singer-songwriter
Alex Cuba – jazz/pop singer-songwriter
Jim Cuddy – rock singer (Blue Rodeo)
Lori Cullen – pop/jazz singer
Burton Cummings – rock musician (the Guess Who, solo artist)
Chris Cummings – country singer, songwriter
Amelia Curran – singer-songwriter
Bobby Curtola – singer
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Ryan Dahl – guitarist (Limblifter)
Dalbello (Lisa) – singer-songwriter
Heather Dale – Celtic and Celtic rock singer-songwriter
Sean Dalton – drummer (the Trews)
Rick Danko – bassist, violinist, guitarist, singer (the Band)
Mychael Danna – film composer
D’Ari – rock singer-songwriter
Datsik – dubstep artist
Benoît David – singer (Mystery)
Tanya Davis – singer-songwriter, poet
Desirée Dawson – singer-songwriter, ukulele player
Luc de Larochellière – singer-songwriter
deadmau5 – house artist, electronic music producer, real name Joel Zimmerman
Aselin Debison – Celtic pop
Gordon Delamont – big-band conductor, arranger, teacher
Mac DeMarco – indie rock musician
Kris Demeanor – singer-songwriter
Simone Denny – dance/house/pop/techno singer
Richard Desjardins – singer
Shawn Desman – pop, R&B singer
Lorraine Desmarais – jazz pianist, composer
Dave “Rave” Desroches – singer-songwriter (Teenage Head, the Dave Rave Conspiracy)
David Desrosiers – bassist, singer (Reset, Simple Plan)
Angela Desveaux – singer-songwriter
Devon – rapper
Alpha Yaya Diallo – guitarist, composer
Scott Dibble – singer-songwriter (Scott Dibble and Watertown)
Hugh Dillon – frontman of Headstones and Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir
Céline Dion – pop singer
Carl Dixon – singer, songwriter, guitarist
DL Incognito – rapper
Melanie Doane – guitarist, singer
Bonnie Dobson – singer, songwriter, guitarist
Fefe Dobson – singer-songwriter
Dr. Draw – electronic violinist, composer
Denny Doherty – singer (the Mamas & the Papas)
Julie Doiron – singer-songwriter
Luke Doucet – singer-songwriter
Jerry Doucette – guitarist, singer-songwriter
Gordon Downie – singer (Tragically Hip)
Aaryn Doyle – rapper, singer-songwriter
Alan Doyle – singer, guitarist (Great Big Sea)
Damhnait Doyle – pop singer-songwriter
Drake – rapper, singer, actor
Kevin Drew – guitarist, singer-songwriter
Glen Drover – guitarist (Megadeth, Eidolon)
Shawn Drover – drummer (Megadeth, Eidolon)
Ian D’Sa – songwriter, vocalist, guitarist (Billy Talent)
Annette Ducharme – singer, songwriter
Claude Dubois – pop singer-songwriter, musical theatre actor
Victoria Duffield – singer-songwriter
Dumas – Québécois singer
Kyle Bobby Dunn – composer, musician, live performer
Élie Dupuis – singer, pianist
Melanie Durrant – R&B singer
Bill Durst – guitarist (Thundermug)
Matt Dusk – jazz singer-songwriter
DVBBS – DJ, producer
Phil Dwyer – jazz saxophonist
Jesse Aaron Dwyre – drummer
Howard Dyck – conductor, broadcaster
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Fred J. Eaglesmith – alternative country singer-songwriter
Eddie Eastman – country music singer/songwriter, Juno Award winner
Chris Eaton – indie rock singer-songwriter
Gerald Eaton – R&B singer, producer (known as Jarvis Church)
Jerry Edmonton – drummer (Steppenwolf); his brother wrote “Born to Be Wild” under the pseudonym Mars Bonfire
Kathleen Edwards – singer-songwriter
James Ehnes – violin virtuoso
Eightcubed – electronic artist
Peter Elkas – singer-songwriter
Emma-Lee – singer-songwriter, photographer
Rik Emmett – singer-songwriter (former member of Triumph)
Andrea England – singer-songwriter
Matt Epp – singer-songwriter
Quique Escamilla – singer-songwriter
Esthero – singer-songwriter
Elise Estrada – pop singer
Emmalyn Estrada – pop singer (G.R.L)
Eternia – rapper
Andre Ethier – rock singer-songwriter
Christine Evans – singer
George Evans – jazz vocalist
Gil Evans – pianist, arranger
Eva Everything – New Wave pop singer, television composer
Mike Evin – pop singer-songwriter
Excision – dubstep artist
Bob Ezrin – musician, producer of The Wall by Pink Floyd
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Andrew F – singer-songwriter, pop rock singer
Eria Fachin – dance/pop singer
Julie Fader – folk-pop singer-songwriter, keyboardist
Bruce Fairbairn – musician, rock band producer (Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Loverboy)
Percy Faith – composer
Todd Fancey – bassist (the New Pornographers), singer-songwriter
Mylène Farmer – singer
Stephen Fearing – singer-songwriter
Leslie Feist – pop singer-songwriter
Christine Fellows – folk-pop singer-songwriter
Kate Fenner – singer-songwriter
Jay Ferguson – power pop singer-songwriter, guitarist (Sloan)
Maynard Ferguson – jazz band leader, trumpet
Danny Fernandes – pop singer
Ferron – folk singer-songwriter
Michael Feuerstack – singer-songwriter, guitarist (Wooden Stars, Snailhouse)
Janina Fialkowska – pianist
Jeremy Fisher – singer-songwriter
Brent Fitz – drummer, pianist (Slash, Theory of a Deadman, Alice Cooper, Vince Neil, Union)
Jon-Rae Fletcher – rock singer-songwriter
Peter Foldy – singer-songwriter
Sue Foley – blues singer-songwriter
Roy Forbes – folk music singer-songwriter
Frazey Ford – folk music guitarist, singer-songwriter (the Be Good Tanyas)
Maureen Forrester – contralto
Judith Forst – operatic mezzo-soprano
Amanda Forsyth – cellist
Fred Fortin – rock singer-songwriter, guitarist, drummer
J.D. Fortune – former INXS lead singer
David Foster – composer, producer, pianist, vocalist
George Fox – country singer-songwriter
Foxtrott – electronic/indie pop musician
David Francey – folk singer-songwriter
Allan Fraser – folk singer-songwriter (formerly of Fraser & DeBolt)
Matt Frenette – drummer (Headpins, Loverboy, Streetheart)
Fresh I.E. – Christian rapper
Alan Frew – singer-songwriter (Glass Tiger)
Aaron Funk – breakcore artist
Lewis Furey – rock singer-songwriter, film music composer
Nelly Furtado – singer-songwriter, record producer, actress
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B. B. Gabor – new wave artist
André Gagnon – pianist, composer
John Harvey Gahan – violinist
Jonathan Gallant – bassist (Billy Talent)
Lennie Gallant – singer-songwriter
Patsy Gallant – singer
Edward Gamblin – singer-songwriter
Yoan Garneau – singer-songwriter
Gale Garnett – singer-songwriter of the 1964 Top 10 Hit “We’ll Sing in the Sunshine”
Garou – singer
Amos Garrett – guitarist, singer
Karina Gauvin – soprano
Hannah Georgas – singer-songwriter
Billy Georgette – jazz pianist
Jian Ghomeshi – singer, broadcaster, writer, producer
Joel Gibb – singer-songwriter (the Hidden Cameras)
Tim Gilbertson – singer-songwriter
Nick Gilder – singer-songwriter, “Hot Child in the City”
Martin Giroux – singer
Alice Glass – lyricist, vocalist (Crystal Castles)
Greg Godovitz – singer, bass guitarist
Gary Pig Gold – singer-songwriter, guitarist (Dave Rave), producer (Simply Saucer)
Anthony Gomes – guitarist, singer-songwriter
Adam Gontier – singer (Three Days Grace)
Matthew Good – singer-songwriter (Matthew Good Band)
Myles Goodwyn – singer-songwriter, guitarist (April Wine)
James Gordon – singer-songwriter
Valery Gore – singer-songwriter
Rex Goudie – singer-songwriter (Canadian Idol runner-up, 2005)
Glenn Gould – pianist, composer, philosopher
Robert Goulet – singer
Lawrence Gowan – rock singer (solo, Styx)
Max Graham – house DJ
Tommy Graham – singer
Sebastien Grainger – singer, drummer, percussionist (Death from Above 1979)
Gil Grand – country singer-songwriter
Jenn Grant – singer-songwriter
Dallas Green – singer-songwriter, guitarist (Alexisonfire, City and Colour)
Brian Greenway – guitarist, harmonicist, vocalist (April Wine, Mashmakhan)
Joey Gregorash
Adam Gregory – country musician
Grimes (Claire Boucher) – singer-songwriter, visual artist, music video director
Paul Gross – singer, songwriter, actor, producer
Emm Gryner – singer, songwriter, pianist, guitarist
Molly Guldemond – singer, synthesizer player (Mother Mother)
Ryan Guldemond – singer, songwriter, guitarist (Mother Mother)
Jim Guthrie – singer-songwriter
Trevor Guthrie – singer-songwriter, formerly of SoulDecision
Bruce Guthro – singer-songwriter (lead vocalist of Runrig)

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