John Gracie

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John Gracie
Origin Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada
Genres Folk, country
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1988-present

John Gracie is a Canadian folk music artist. Born in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia,[1] Gracie is a three-time East Coast Music Awards Male Artist of the Year, winning in 1989, 1990 and 2000.[2] He has also received nominations from the Juno Awards and the RPM Music Awards, among others.[1] His song "Pass It On" was selected as a theme song for food banks across Canada.[2]



Year Title CAN Country
1988 Thinkin' 'Bout Midnight
1992 Standing in the Dark
1995 A Gene MacLellan Tribute 36
1996 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
1997 Nova Scotia Lullabye
1999 Identity
2000 Live! Off the Floor but Close to the Ground
2003 Christmas as I Remember It
2004 Acoustic JEEP
2006 Simply Christmas
2008 Then Again - Recollections


Year Title CAN Country Album
1994 "My Baby's Got Roy Rogers' Eyes" 62 Standing in the Dark
1998 "Highwire in a Hurricane" 44 Identity
1999 "She's All I Got" 36
"If You Burn That Bridge" 46
2000 "What's This Love Coming To"


  1. ^ a b John Grace at LimeLight Archived 2007-10-22 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ a b "John Gracie Biography". Retrieved 2012-12-16.

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