JC Campbell is a singer and a songwriter.
His third album "Four letter lie" had two tracks hit the top spot on the National Aboriginal top 40 and are currently being played on SiriusXM satellite radio.
His first produced album "Lazy James" won best blues album at the formally known Aboriginal People's choice Music Awards, charted in at 1 on CFBX 92.5 FM with his album Lazy James in Kamloops B.C. for 4 weeks in the specialty charts under Blues and reached the second spot on the top 30 charts. A number 1 spot was also achieved at NCI-FM radio in Winnipeg M.B. with “Keep on tryin".
After hearing JC play “Keep on tryin” at a rehearsal for a show at the old walker theatre, recording Artist/Actor, Mark Collie was heard saying “I don’t hear too well, but I know I hit when I hear one and that’s a hit!” Currently teamed up with Murray Pulver and Paul James with plans to release two new singles, as always music will be the path taken.
Canada Day at The Forks
Eagle & Hawk
Little Miss Higgins
The Noble Thiefs
Double the Trouble
Two Crows For Comfort
Rhianna Rae Saj
1 Forks Market Road