North Easton
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North Easton

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Carve a Hole in the Mud -released under Garrity
A Day Away - released under Garrity
Black and White double album - North Easton

7 Radio singles to date. Myspace site streams a number of current songs by North Easton



Won Indie Album of the year at the CMRA music awards in 2002.

7 Radio singles in Canada.

4 Music Videos with play on Much More Music, Chum Television, and CMT.

Has over 300 songs in his expanding catalogue.

North Easton took his first breath of music at a young age in the small town of Deep Cove on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Studying piano and scratching out his first original compositions as early as 6 years old, this dedicated young musician jumped at every opportunity to perform for friends, family and beyond.

Guitar quickly became his instrument of choice as countless songs rolled off his tongue and grabbed hold of every listener who came in contact with his material.

He started a musical project called Garrity in the fall of 97 and worked hard to record his first album Carve a Hole in the Mud. Pushing for radio release and campaigning across Canada for airplay, he managed to secure CHUM FM in Toronto and a number of other stations in the Canadian Market with his first single "Lately". A video was also created for this song as it quickly began charting across the country and receiving heavy rotation on CMT.

His follow up album, A Day Away, was picked up by True North Records (Bruce Cockburn, Stephen Fearing, Tom Wilson) and lead single "The Rain" was quickly finding its way into the top 20 countdown on stations throughout canada. The Music video for "The Rain" received heavy rotation on Much More Music.

In 2001, North Easton won pop album of the year at the CMRA music awards in Toronto. Opening for acts such as Great Big Sea, 54-40, Blue Rodeo, Wide Mouth Mason, Tal Bachman, assured Easton a spot on the big stage and he took to it quite naturally.

With his new solo project underway in these last couple years and a whole batch of unheard music waiting in the shadows to be released, Easton returns to the music scene with a new ambition.

The current owner of a music school, a music store, recording facility and music venue, Easton stands shoulder to shoulder with a select group of musicians who do whatever it takes to make it in the music industry.