Lynn Harrison
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Lynn Harrison

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF
Band Folk Rock


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Solo albums:
Lynoleum (2001), Learning Curve (2003), Broadview (2006), Simplicity (2008).

Also appearing on:
Songs Inspired by Literature I, Tears of a Thousand Years (9/11 Benefit), Songs for a Better Planet I and II, Healing and Hope; Let it Snow - Unique Canadian Winter Music

Licensing: "Where Do You Call Home?" ("Cracked")
"First Day of School" (Triple Scoop Music);
"Einstein's Brain" ("Bluescreen Blues")



In 2013, Toronto singer-songwriter Lynn Harrison appears in the opening season of CBC Television's "Cracked" singing her song "Where Do You Call Home". Many of Lynn's songs are inspired by her adopted hometown of Toronto, Ontario, and her 2005 CD "Broadview" is named after the famous street and subway station. Currently working on her fifth recording project, Lynn was a finalist (with co-writer David Leask) in the 2010 Toronto Song Contest. She wrote a song a week as songwriter-in-residence on CIUT-FM for two years and is a former TTC subway musician. Her songs have been honoured in numerous songwriting competitions (OCFF, Unisong and others) and she has appeared on a variety of compilation CDs alongside artists including Bruce Springsteen and Loreena McKennitt. In addition to writing and recording, Lynn leads workshops on songwriting as a spiritual practice, and is dedicated to serving her community with locally-sourced music.