Rick Neufeld

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Rick Neufeld
Origin Canada
Genres Folk
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter

Rick Neufeld is a Canadian folk singer[1] who played coffeehouses throughout Canada and the United States before he got his own CBC Television show, The Songsingers. He released a number of albums, including Hiway Child in 1971, Prairie Dog in 1975 and Manitoba Songs in 1978. He was most successful as a songwriter, and his song "Moody Manitoba Morning" became a hit for The Bells.

The album Prairie Dog featured Burton Cummings, Bill Wallace, and Gary Peterson, all from The Guess Who, as well as Terry Bush backing Neufeld.



Year Album CAN
1971 Hiway Child 71
1975 Prairie Dog
1978 Manitoba Songs


Year Single Chart Positions Album
CAN Country CAN
1970 "Moody Manitoba Morning" 83 Hiway Child
1971 "Country Princess" 85
1974 "Country Pride" 9 Prairie Dog
1975 "Most Amazing Lady" 39


  1. ^ Downie, Peter (1997). Fresh air: the private thoughts of a public broadcaster. Northstone Pub. p. 75. ISBN 978-1-896836-08-9. Retrieved 14 August 2011.