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Interview with John Landry

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JOHN LANDRY began his music career with a bang, immediately garnering several top ten hits on country music radio and CMT. Since emerging as the winner of the CCMA award for Top Independent Male Artist of the Year for his debut album “Forever Took Too Long” and earning the prestigious SOCAN award for Most Played Country Song of the Year for his first single “There You Were” in 2000. John has released five albums to date with acclaimed producers such as J. Richard Hutt and Fred Mollin

John’s fifth album entitled Don’t Look Back can be said to be a tribute to the journey that he’s travelled during his extensive career path and in his personal life with several themes emerging throughout the album and weaving their way into the lyrics in many of the songs. Now as a father of two young sons, he hopes to continue along that path for he feels that his greatest accomplishment, more so than as a Canadian Air Force Pilot or as a Country Music Recording Artist, will be to teach his boys to have the courage to pursue their own dreams and to never give up. It is in this vein that John hopes that Don’t Look Back will be his best album yet and is eager to begin touring again this summer inviting fans new and old along on his next great adventure.

John is joined by My Heart Says Yes (But The Hurt Says No) duet partner Stacey Lee on a few of the new tracks.

Tune in to hear my conversation with John and hear several songs from the new album.