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The Jim Moffatt interview with Host Warren Michaels

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After growing up on the streets of Chatham Ontario, attending high school  being a Zodiac pilot for Greenpeace “Save the Whales” Jim turned his attention to playing music.

Jim’s musical influences include such all-time-greats as Stan Rogers, Harry Chapin, Chris De Berg, John Prine, and James Taylor. He has opened for the likes of Utah Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, Connie Calder, Michael Lewis, and Scott Parsons to name a few.

Jim’s been around folk festivals, having played the Home County Festival in London Ontario, Blackfalds Folk Festival in Alberta and Vancouver Island Folk Festival and others.  He has played universities from Windsor to Ottawa, from London to Thunder Bay to Calgary.  He has been featured in L.A. at the Pier 1 Show and was a band member with groups such as Hero, Panic and The Bow River Lumber Company.  But his first love has always been a singer-songwriter writing music to bring images to his listeners mind.  

Recently, Jim has been instrumental in creating and hosting the “Art of  the Song” songwriters’ group in Victoria, BC.  Is a member of the Canadian Song Writers Association (SAC), SOCAN,  BCCMA, and VFMA