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|Birth name||Christian Anderson Smith|
|Also known as||C.A. Smith, Dr. Furr, Mr. Handsome|
|Origin||Hamilton, Ontario, Canada|
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, actor, cartoonist|
|Labels||We Are Busy Bodies|
|Associated acts||Rainbow Meow, Gorp, Sianspheric,|
One of McCa's campaign pledges was to rename Hamilton as the home of Canadian rock and roll, Donut Rock City (a riff on Hamilton being the home of the first Tim Hortons store). McCa lost, polling eighth out of twelve candidates.
Mayor McCa currently lives and performs in London, England. He toured with Finger Eleven, Noisettes, Feist, Slow Club, Nick Oliveri and Blag Dahlia, as well as appearing at the Secret Garden Party festival. He recently toured with Bob Log III and The Magic Numbers in early 2009. He has also played extensively in Canada.
On 15 February 2010, McCa released his hand-made animated video for the song, "Drinkalottawater". The video was directed by Dean Chalkley and Yemisi Brookes.
In early 2012 the Mayor retired his one-man band but carried on writing songs under C.A. Smith. He released his first single, "Time" and "Judge Judy" on Records Records Records. His debut album, "Someone You Love" was released on We Are Busy Bodies in North America. It was released worldwide in November 2012.
- Demo-lition- demo-cassette (1996)
- Busboy (1997)
- Welcome to McCALand (1999)
- Me is He (2001)
- El Limb Men Oh Pee (2003)
- Do's and Dues:Demo-lition 2 - 6 track demo (2005)
- Cue Are Es Tea You (2006)
- "One-man band: The singular style of Mayor McCA" thenewpollution.net
- "Mayor McCa Follows Sony Bono's Lead" "chartattack.com"
- "HATS OFF TO MAYOR McCA" "viewmag.com"
- "Mayor McCa Moving To The Land Of Tea And Pounds" "chartattack.com"
- "Mayor McCa Works Harder Than James Brown" "chartattack.com"
- "Mayor McCa Has Noisettes And Rumble Strips On New Album" "charattack.com"
-  "http://nothingbuthopeandpassion.com"
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