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JP Lepage



JP Lepage has had a long relationship with the blues, dating back nearly 30 years. Scoring his first blues albums from former high school teacher, now well-known music historian, John Einarson, JP embarked on a quest to find the essence of the style. A dedicated student of the idiom, specifically the post-war electric blues, he has followed a path that has taken him from his home in small town Manitoba to southern Canada and back, gaining a wealth of experience and a deep understanding of the blues along the way. Einarson had this to say about his former student:  "JP was born a blues disciple. He knew what he wanted to play and delved in with the zeal of a man on a mission to discover himself in the music that spoke only to him. I was there then, and I can hear it now in his playing and singing. He has never deviated from the path the blues set out for him, and remains ever true to it today."


Blues / Rock

Big Walter Horton

Billy Boy Arnold

Buddy Guy

Eddie Taylor

Elmore James


Jimmy Cotton

Jimmy Reed

JP Lepage

Jr Wells

Lazy Lester

Leroy Carr

Little Richard

Little Walter

Lowell Fulson

Magic Sam

Muddy Waters

Otis Rush

Ray Sharpe

Scrapper Blackwell

Slim Harpo

Sonny Boy Williamson





Big Walter Horton

Bill Doggett

Freddy King

Magic Sam

Pee Wee Crayton

Santo and Johnny


William Clarke



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