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Greyson Gritt

Yellowknife, NWT

Greyson Gritt was born on the Canadian Shield, raised on a dirt road, and lives as a sub-arctic folk-blues musician in Yellowknife, NWT. With a mouthful of soul and a truckload of blues, this queer Anishinaabe-Métis songster was nominated for Best Blues Album at the Indigenous Music Awards in 2017 and is a member of the JUNO award-winning group Quantum Tangle.

Greyson’s diploma in Techniques de Sonorisation et d’Enregistrement musicale à l’Institut d’Enregistrement du Canada and experience as a Professional Sound Technician has given them the opportunity to compose soundtracks for short films, record live sound for film and television productions, and provide sound editing and design for film, television and live stage productions, such as the television show Wild Kitchen, which airs on the First Nations Experience, the short Little Man which won Audience Favourite at the Dead North Film Festival and sound design for Mary Walsh’s Canada, It’s Complicated.

In the fall of 2018, Greyson began writing a new solo album, finished recording and editing a new Quantum Tangle collaboration album, and embarked on a cross-country tour with internationally and nationally acclaimed recording artist and author, Rae Spoon.

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