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John Bottomley
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Vocalist
    (September 17, 1960-April 6, 2011)
    Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Died in Brackendale, British Columbia, Canada
    Singles included 'Barkeeper (Pour Me a Drink),' 'Bell Tower Radio,' 'You Lose and You Gain,' 'Long Way to Go' and 'Take You Higher'
    Albums included 'Library of the Sun;' 'Songs with the Ornamental Hermits,' 'Blackberry,' 'Triskelion,' 'Raggle Taggle,' 'The Crown of Life, Part I,' 'The Crown of Life, Part II,' 'Here's the Candy,' 'Star in the Singing Grove' and 'Songpoet'
    Juno Award winner (1992)
    He suffered from depression.
    Most of his lyrics were melancholic.
    He failed to repeat the same degree of success following 'You Lose and You Gain.'
    He is considered a one hit wonder outside of Canadian music circles.
    He became very reclusive in the final years of his life.
    He was an accomplished writer and poet.
    He wrote all of his own songs.
    He won the Juno Award for Most Promising Male Vocalist (1992).
    He was a versatile artist, performing folk, rock and country genres.
    He was a member of the Canadian folk group Tulpa before branching out into a solo career.

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