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The world needs to hear this man

If you havn't heard this artist yet, your missing out on what music can do for the soul. His song writing abilities towers over most radio artists. Come on, I cant beleive this is the first review of Joel Plaskett. If you get a chance to catch him live, by all means dont miss it! You wont be disappointed.

Truthfully Awesome

In just a few days, I think this album has become one of my favorites of all time. Joel Plaskett is an amazing songwriter.

Joel Plaskett Is "Extraordinaire!"

Great Great GREEEAAATTT album! Love Extraordinaire, Come On Teacher, Radio Fly and all the others. Great soft rock!

Biography

Born: April 18, 1975

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Joel Plaskett is a Canadian singer, songwriter and musician whose music fuses the energetic melodies and hooks of power pop with the muscular strength of hard rock; as he once quipped, his music "combines the best of Big Star and Led Zeppelin." Born in Nova Scotia on April 18, 1975, Plaskett was raised in Halifax and he began making music in his early teens. In 1992, Plaskett formed the indie rock band Thrush Hermit with guitarist Rob Benvie, bassist Ian McGettigan and drummer Michael Catano. Plaskett...
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Truthfully Truthfully, Joel Plaskett
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Oct 21, 2003

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