Vince Halfhide

In 1969 guitarist Vince Halfhide began a decade of playing in Heaven’s Radio, the almost legendary Ottawa blues and reggae band fronted by Terry Gillespie. Over the years he also became a valued sideman with artists like Sneezy Waters, the Toasted Westerns, Missy Burgess and the Mighty Popo (recipient of the 2007 Canadian Folk Music Award for “Best Group – World Music”). As a singer-songwriter, he is now slowly gathering fans who appreciate his take on blues, folk and roots music.