| John Mark Landry|
| Vocals, guitar|
| December 22, 1969 (age 46) (1969-12-22) |
Montreal, Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Spin Records/EMI Canada, Icon Records/Universal Canada, Tangents North
Musical Artist · jlandry.com
Someday, Changing Man, Bottom of the Ninth, Forever Took to Long, Merry Christmas from Our House, Don't Look Back
Tenille, Rich Baker, Susan Aglukark, Fred Hale, Chad Irschick
Juno Award for Best Country Male Artist
John Landry Wikipedia
John Landry (born December 22, 1969 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian country music artist. Landry's debut album, Forever Took Too Long, was released in 1999 by Spin Records. Its first two singles, "There You Were" and "Bit by Bit," both reached the Top 10 of the Canadian Country Singles chart. Landry was nominated for a 2000 Juno Award for Best Country Male Artist.
Landry entertained on the country stage at the 2003 Palmer Rapids Twin Festival in Ontario.