Signing up enhances your TCE experience with the ability to save items to your personal reading list, and access the interactive map. Corb Lund grew up in Southern Alberta living on his family's farm and ranches near Taber, Cardston and Rosemary. Lund has described his music as scruffy, dissident, subversive and non-toxic country.

On July 11, 2010, Lund headlined the Medicine Hat Flood Relief Show, which raised $68,000 for Canadian Red Cross 2010 Flood Relief campaign, which benefits those affected by the disastrous flooding in Southern Alberta. "Music for Crossing the Border," The Leader Post, 25 September 2009. Lund currently lives in Lethbridge, Alberta, and spends much of his downtime at his family ranch south of Cardston, Alberta.[4]. Their albums Five Dollar Bill and Hair in My Eye Like a Highland Steer went gold in Canada.

(2008), Independent Group or Duo of the Year (2004) Trivia. In 1995, he formed the Corb Lund Band, for which he was vocalist and lead guitarist, along with former Blue Locutu… The album garnered Lund's third Juno nomination. Siemens is the only member who is not Albertan, hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Roots Artist or Group of the Year (2009) Favourite Folk Artist/Group (2008), Independent Artist of the Year, French Association of Country Music (2005)

Roots Artist or Group of the Year (2007) Nashville Scene, 12 October 2006, Easton, Anthony. Recognizing that everything in life has a political aspect, Lund takes a pragmatic and pointedly observant look at a range of issues, addressing various points of views.

The group was featured the movie "Slither" (2006) and were part of the soundtrack to the 2008 documentary, "Holler Back: (Not) Voting in an American Town."

They have also provided accompaniment for an NBC special in 2006, on which former world figure skating champion and fellow Albertan, Kurt Browning, performed a routine to "Expectation and the Blues". Roots Artist or Group of the Year (2005) Their music can also be heard in the ski film "Nine Winters Old.". Corb Lund is a Canadian Western and Country singer-songwriter from Taber, Alberta, Canada. The album's tracks progress through an intelligent and insightful reflection on war, from glamourization ("I Wanna Be in the Cavalry") to the realization of the death and tragedy of war ("My Saddle Horse Has Died"). The descendant of four generations of cowboys and ranchers, Corb Lund grew up on a ranch in rural southern Alberta. Left Hip Magazine, December 2007, Young, Kevin.

Some of Lund's songs are unapologetically masculine (e.g., "Hard on Equipment" from Horse Soldier! [3] The band changed its name to "Corb Lund and the Hurtin' Albertans" in 2005[3] shortly after guitarist Grant Siemens joined the group, and has been touring and recording under that title ever since. Features Lund's bio, discography, awards, and latest news about tours and events.

We're too weird.". Outstanding Album – Independent (Five Dollar Bill) (2003), Outstanding Independent Recording (Hair In My Eyes Like A Highland Steer) (2006), Outstanding Roots Recording (Hair In My Eyes Like A Highland Steer) (2006), Outstanding Roots Recording (Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier!) Lund worked with producer Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell) to explore new styles and sounds on the album.

Lund has supported the Centre for Family Literacy in Edmonton, Alberta since 2010.

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