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Canadian troubadour Stephen Fearing's first career-spanning anthology features 13 tracks culled from eight albums and two new songs to reassure fans that he hasn't the slightest interest in packing it in. Born in Vancouver and raised in Dublin, Fearing is a natural storyteller, and the appropriately titled The Man Who Married Music: The Best of Stephen Fearing builds a bridge between the Great White North and rocky shores of Ireland that contemporary folk fans of all persuasions will find both sturdy and stocked with magnificent views.


Born: 1962 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter Stephen Fearing was born in the mid-'60s in Vancouver, but spent most of his boyhood in Dublin, where he picked up the traces of Celtic folk that color his music. He returned to Canada in the mid-'80s, and began playing clubs and festivals in the area. Fearing self-released his debut album Stephen Fearing (The Yellow Tape) in 1986, and signed with Canadian label Aural Tradition for a second album, 1988's Out to Sea. The LP also appeared in the U.K. on Black Crow Records. Though...
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