Kevin Breit

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Kevin Breit
Harry Manx with Kevin Breit.jpg
Bluesfest 2008, Ottawa, Canada
Background information
Origin Elora, Ontario, Canada
Genres Jazz, folk
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar, mandolin
Associated acts The Sisters Euclid, Norah Jones, Cassandra Wilson, Jane Bunnett, Carlos del Junco, Harry Manx, John Dickie
Website kevinbreit.com

Kevin Breit is a guitar player from McKerrow, Ontario. His group, The Sisters Euclid, has been a fixture at the Orbit Room in Toronto for the past 13 years. Breit has worked as a session musician with a variety of musicians including The Miller Stain Limit, Norah Jones, Michael Kaeshammer, Celine Dion, Marc Jordan, Molly Johnson, Harry Manx, Holly Cole, Rosanne Cash, Serena Ryder, the Rankins and Hugh Laurie. He also performs as a solo artist and as a member of the folk group Folkalarm. He was awarded the 2012 Juno Award for Best Instrumental Album as member of a trio called The Stretch Orchestra (formerly the Tallboys). Kevin has performed on recordings that have earned 13 Grammy Awards.

Discography[edit]

In 2006 Breit's band The Sisters Euclid released an instrumental Jazz Fusion album of Neil Young songs entitled Run Neil Run.[1] Solo releases: Maybelle and Empty (2010), Field Recording (2013)

Contributions To Others[edit]

References[edit]

[http://ottawajazzscene.ca/news/4244-the-stretch-orchestra-wins-a-2012-juno-award-tour-delayed

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