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"Vancouver Island-based  star makes his indie debut with a hauntingly beautiful album"

- John Tirckle , Music Today Post

"Lance Lapointe is one of the Vancouver scene's breakout stars"

- Linda Shine, Music of life


Lance Lapointe is a Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist, known for his soulful voice and intricate guitar work. He was born and raised in the small town of Port Alberni, BC, and began playing guitar at a young age.

Lance's music draws from a variety of influences, including blues, folk, and rock. He cites artists such as Neil Young, John Lennon, and Jimi Hendrix as some of his biggest inspirations. His songs often feature poetic lyrics that touch on themes of love, loss, and personal growth.

After honing his craft in his local music scene, Lance moved to Toronto in pursuit of a wider audience. There, he began playing in bars and clubs, eventually catching the attention of a record label. In 2002, he released his debut album, "Separate Ways," which was met with critical acclaim.

Since then, Lance has continued to tour extensively throughout Canada, the United States, and Europe earning a reputation as a dynamic live performer. His music has been featured on radio and TV stations across the country, and he has shared the stage with acts such as Randy Bachman and The Trews.

In addition to his musical pursuits, Lance is also an advocate for mental health awareness. He has spoken publicly about his own struggles with addictions, depression and anxiety, and works to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness.

With his powerful voice and captivating guitar work, Lance Lapointe is a rising star in the Canadian music scene. Fans of blues, folk, and rock are sure to be impressed by his heartfelt and authentic approach to songwriting.

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