Colin Cripps (Bryan Adams, Sarah McLachlan)

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Colin Cripps produced and played guitar on Jim Cuddy’s The Light That Guides You Home, released September 2006 which won the juno for best AAA record of the year in 2007. He also worked with Sarah McLachlan, Justin Rutledge, Bryan Adams, Collin Herring and Dawn Langstroth in 2006 and 2007 for upcoming album releases. In 2007 Cripps worked on Kathleen Edwards’ Asking for Flowers and Bryan Adams’ 11 both of which were released in March 2008. He also tours as the main guitarist for Kathleen Edwards, Bryan Adams and The Jim Cuddy Band.

Colin Cripps is a Canadian musician and record producer. He has been a member and producer of the bands Crash Vegas and Junkhouse, and a frequent collaborator with bands such as Blue Rodeo, Jim Cuddy Band, and The Headstones. He has also produced and written material for Kathleen Edwards, Be Good Tanyas, Big Wreck, Tom Wilson, Colin James, Craig Cardiff, Jim Cuddy, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Stephen Fearing and Oh Susanna. He has also worked in film, composing the music for Wrestling with Shadows, The Life and Death of Owen Hart, Machine Gun and Planet Storm.