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Turpin's Trail

from Kingston Ontario
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Turpin's Trail

Kingston's Maritime Musical Supergroup


Turpin's Trail is a Kingston-based trio (formerly a quartet) consisting of Jon McLurg, Chris Murphy and Noah St. Amand.


With a closet-full of over a dozen instruments and a wealth of great original and traditional songs and tunes, Turpin's Trail brings together four veterans of Kingston's music scene. Individually and as a band the members of Turpin's Trail have shared the stage with the likes of David Francey, Sarah Harmer, Ron Hynes, J.P. Cormier, Fred Eaglesmith, Leahy, and the Masterless Men.



Turpin's Trail has played such great venues as the Thousand Islands Playhouse in Gananoque and Kingston's Leon's Centre, and embarked on multiple tours of Atlantic Canada as far east as Newfoundland. In 2017 they were the headline act at the Brimstone Head Folk Festival in beautiful Fogo, Newfoundland.




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How Sydenham's Chris Murphy became a sought-after player of Maritime music
Turpin's Trail member performs solo at The Cove Inn, Friday, June 21.
Author: Seamus Cowan
Published by: The Review-Mirror

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