David Bradstreet (born London, United Kingdom) is a Canadian-based musician. He spent his childhood in Oakville, Ontario and began his music career in the late 1960s. He is best known for his song "Renaissance" ("Let’s Dance That Old Dance Once More") - a hit for Canadian icon, Valdy. He has been recognized for his work as a singer/songwriter, composer and producer, twenty albums bearing his name; a high-profile Juno Award early in his career; three subsequent Juno nominations and music credits including a Gemini nomination; film and television soundtracks and scoring; talent discovery and record production for numerous artists from Jane Siberry to Colleen Peterson. He has toured extensively and is a veteran of many coffeehouses, concert halls and folk festivals.
Awards and recognition
- 1978: winner, Juno Award, most promising male vocalist
- 1999: nominee, Juno Award, with Dan Gibson for best instrumental album, Whispering Woods
- 2000: nominee, Juno Award, with Dan Gibson for best instrumental album, Natural Sleep Inducement
- 2002: nominee, Juno Award, with Dan Gibson for best instrumental album, Angel's Embrace
- 1976: David Bradstreet
- 1977: "Dreaming in Colour"
- 1980: "Black & White"
- 1997: Whispering Woods, with Dan Gibson
- 1998: Natural Sleep Inducement, with Dan Gibson
- 1998: "Renaissance"
- 2000: Angel's Embrace, with Dan Gibson
- 2006: Lifelines
- 2007 "TheraSleep" and "TheraCalm"
- 2010 "08.20.10" Bradstreet & Keesee
- David Bradstreet official site, accessed 25 November 2006
- Jam Pop Encyclopedia: David Bradstreet, accessed 25 November 2006
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