Norm Brunet

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Norm Brunet
Born 1958 (age 58–59)
Quebec, Canada
Origin Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Genres Country
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1993-present
Labels Hystéria Musique

Norm Brunet (born 1958) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, best known for his album Life Goes On, which was released in 2002.

Early life[edit]

Brunet was born in 1958 in the province of Quebec. He grew up in Ottawa, Ontario and started playing guitar while he was nine years old. He also wrote his first song while he was 15 years old.


In the 1980s, he started as a country singer. He did more than 200 shows around English Canada and the United States. In 1993, he released a self-produced album called Me and My Guitar. Four tracks from this album listed on the Top 4 of the Country Music News magazine. After 10 years of shows and music, he took a stop time.

In October 2002, Brunet released a second studio album called Life Goes On on the independent label Hystéria Musique. Produced by veteran producer Michel Lefrançois, this album talks about the harsh realities of life like materialism, divorce and homelessness. Some of the songs are autobiographical.



Title Album details
Me and My Guitar
  • Release date: 1993
  • Label: Brunetunes
Life Goes On
  • Release date: October 29, 2002
  • Label: Hystéria Musique


Year Single Peak positions Album
CAN Country
1992 "I'll Sing You a Song" 62 Me and My Guitar
"Three Room Mansion" 63
"Take Care of My Heart" 77


  1. ^ Peak chart positions for singles charting on RPM Country Tracks:

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