| Rock music|
RCA, Columbia Records
| 1969 (1969)–1986 (1986)|
Enver Sampson, Jr.
Cape Breton Island, Canada (1974)
Juno Award for Breakthrough Group of the Year
Matt Minglewood, The Men of the Deeps, Dutch Mason, Rita MacNeil, Powder Blues Band
The Minglewood Band (Independent, 1976)
The Minglewood Band (RCA, 1979)
Out on a Limb (1981)
Smokers: Best of The Minglewood Band (1982)
The Best of the Minglewood Band (1992)
The Minglewood Band Wikipedia
The Minglewood Band was a Canadian rock group from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia that was active in the 1970s and 1980s. The group received a 1980 Juno Award nomination for the Most Promising Group of the Year.
The Minglewood Band was founded in the late 1960s by guitarist/vocalist Matt Minglewood, with bassist/vocalist Donnie Hann, percussionist Bob Woods, guitarist Mark MacMillan, and vocalist Paul Dunn. Vocalist Enver Sampson, Jr. joined the group in the early 1970s. The Minglewood Band independently released their self-titled debut album in 1976. The group was signed by RCA in 1979, but in 1982 they shortened their name to just Minglewood and switched labels to Columbia Records. At this same time guitarist Mark McMillan left the group and was replaced by George Antoniak.