Dennis Brunton

During March of 2020 our world changed. No longer were we free to travel, be with our friends and other restrictions were enforced to keep us safe. 

Around this time, live music died. It will be a slow process getting live music back on the scene, especially locally. Restaurants and pubs have a small margin of profit and for that reason only certain ones have continued with live music recently. 

Bands will be the acts hardest hit. Simply because of the number of people taking up one area and also the fact that all will have to be paid, will make this a daunting task in the future.

As a solo artist I will be playing again in the not too distant future and when allowed I plan on touring the Maritimes. Nova Scotia and P.E.I. in particular.

New songs
I have been writing songs during the period of pandemic and I'm very pleased with them. I will be recording most of them for my next album. Songs about real life and the inspiration that comes from that.

I am especially excited about one song in particular about Nova Scotia that I wrote. With all of the events that have happened to those who live in the province and others away from their N.S. home, I needed to write something that was uplifting and gives us hope. I have composed a song with inspiration, hope and love and made this tune roll along with that familiar Maritime drive that keeps us wanting to sing songs over and over.   

I will be releasing this tune along with many more as the summer of 2020 unwinds. I'm hoping when we're free to visit the provinces that I can get down to the Maritimes and perform.

I lived in Greenwood N.S. as a young boy. I toured the province along with Cape Breton in my early twenties. Since then I have visited many times and now with all that has happened I feel the need to go share time with folks in Nova Scotia, the land that I love.                                                                                                                

One of Canada's first Indy music releases was  'We've Got the Summer,' a song written by Dennis for the band 'Sailor.' This group formed in PEI and toured the Maritimes extensively including Newfoundland from the early 70's till it disbanded in B.C. in 1981.
We've Got the Summer was a hit in the summer of 1979 on C-Fox radio, Vancouver. It enjoyed over 500 plays that summer.

One of Canada's first Indy music releases was 'We've Got the Summer,' a song written by Dennis for the band 'Sailor.' This group formed in PEI and toured the Maritimes extensively including Newfoundland from the early 70's till it disbanded in B.C. in 1981. We've Got the Summer was a hit in the summer of 1979 on C-Fox radio, Vancouver. It enjoyed over 500 plays that summer.

Although a four piece now, Dennis, Mitchell and Dan made up Ram Tiger originally. Their latest CD 'Danger...Life Ahead' is now available on YouTube Music, Google Play, Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music and many more of your favourite online stores. 
As of the summer of 2016 Malcolm Parsons  joined the band and plays as the fourth member.
He sings lead and harmonies. Malcolm plays plays both electric and acoustic guitars.

Although a four piece now, Dennis, Mitchell and Dan made up Ram Tiger originally. Their latest CD 'Danger...Life Ahead' is now available on YouTube Music, Google Play, Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music and many more of your favourite online stores. As of the summer of 2016 Malcolm Parsons joined the band and plays as the fourth member. He sings lead and harmonies. Malcolm plays plays both electric and acoustic guitars.