Bruce Watson (guitarist)
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Bruce Watson, 1991.
|Birth name||Bruce William Watson|
11 March 1961 |
Timmins, Ontario, Canada
|Instruments||Guitar, sitar, mandolin, vocals|
|Labels||Phonogram Records, Track-BCR Records|
|Associated acts||Big Country, Casbah Club, The Skids, Fish|
|Website||Official Website of Bruce and Jamie Watson|
Also in 2007, to celebrate 25 years of Big Country, he reunited with founding members Tony Butler (now lead vocalist) and Mark Brzezicki to embark on a tour of the UK with dates in Scotland and England. Fellow band co-founder Stuart Adamson died in December 2001.
Starting in 2008, Watson began performing with his son Jamie Watson, as well as releasing an album, The Portastudio Diaries (2009), which chronicled a series of recordings in Bruce Watson's home recording studio.
- Official Big Country website
- Official Casbah Club website
- Official website of Bruce and Jamie Watson
- The Skids Fans Website
- The Skids Official Website
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