Curtis Cowan - Laredo
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I was born into a musical family, my Grandparents, Ray and Betty Gauthier were in the Music industry for close to fifty years. Their band "The Golden Valley Playboys" was the opening act for such names as George Jones and Johnny Cash and many others. Grandpa played fiddle, guitar, mandolin and a little bit of banjo, while my Grandma sang and played guitar. My Step Father, Gordon Cowan was a professional piano player in the Vancouver Rock and Roll scene, with a band called "The Originals". He was also a regular on a TV show called "Circle Seven Ranch" in the 60's. My Aunt Bernice McGraw was a singer in the church choir. Also my cousin Billy McConnell, is a Country artist/songwriter who has who has done very well in the Nashville scene, and the most famous relative is my cousin, the Canadian Country singer Terri Clark.
I started singing and playing the guitar at the age of ten, later I learned the piano as well. By Fifteen, I was in my step Dad's band doing gigs as a special guest, and playing in other bands as well all thru high school. After Graduation, I was with a band for the summer travelling thru BC. Then I took a few years off and went to College, but the itch to perform hit again and I joined a travelling road show which played all over Canada for 18 months, from there I fronted the Noteables showband from time to time, finally joining a surf band called The Bowery Boys.Next I was with Frank McCormack and the Country Macs. We were the house band for the Arlington Cabaret in Vancouver for nearly two years. This all led to recording an album in Nashville, TN. Then I did two live dinner theatre productions, and finally Curtis Cowan
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