Deane Nesbitt Jr. | Canadian Summer

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Canadian Summer

by Deane Nesbitt Jr.

Canadian Summer is Deane's most popular and enduring song. From a stirring beginning that evokes the break of dawn on a sunny day to the majestic, rolling chorus, this song captures the most precious moments of summer. Original recording 2005.
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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Deane Nesbitt Jr. is a Canadian musician, composer and recording artist. His music has been aired on more than 300 radio stations across America. It has been ranked as one of the best 100 music CDs of 2015 by the American Philby Awards, where it was rated as the Best Dramatic Music of the year. It has been performed in Toronto by the Canada Pops Orchestra at Massey Hall, Nathan Phillips Square and the Canadian National Exhibition, as well as by The Royal Regiment of Canada in a special concert paying tribute to World War I veterans.

Deane is currently working on a soundtrack to a short film featuring Dr. Jane Goodall, about a little girl who goes on a campaign to raise money for chimpanzee sanctuaries. As he is a dedicated animal lover and wildlife conservationist, this project is a meaningful one for him.

Deane plays the piano and other keyboards entirely by ear and does not read music. In his twenties, he regularly entertained people with visual impairments with his piano playing. Using the raised keys as a type of Braille, he found he could teach piano to people who could not see. His first album, On the Black Keys and by Ear, was produced to raise money for the blind. After his first album, Deane entertained repeatedly in Europe, where he met and played for Hollywood legend, Greta Garbo.

Inspired by the epic music of Hans Zimmer and the modern classical orchestrations of Rondò Veneziano, Deane continued to compose and released four more albums, including Everywhere from Here (featuring his bestselling song, Canadian Summer) and his latest CD, Music in Search of a Movie.

Deane was born in Montreal and lives in Toronto with his family. He is also a painter and photographer, and loves going deep into nature as his creative source.



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