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Braden Phelan is a Guelph-based singer-songwriter, community-builder, gardener, and artist manager.
Through involvement in diverse and dynamic creative and administrative projects, Phelan has found that each collaboration informs the next. Whether it be performing and recording with acts “Tragedy Ann” and “The Lifers”, facilitating recording production through collective label “Yukon Gold Records”, or sitting on the Guelph Arts Council Board of Directors and presenting community fundraising concerts, bringing out the best in others brings out the best in him.
After graduating Seneca College’s comprehensive “Independent Music Program” in 2015, Braden quickly set out to put those varied skills to good use. Independently recording and releasing a solo LP and two albums each from “The Lifers” and “Tragedy Ann”, he is at home in the studio and flourishes in collaborative creative environments. Through these musical projects he has been privileged to tour across Canada and internationally, playing festivals, folk clubs, and Belgian equine centres (just once) alike. He’s the grateful recipient of two different “Songs From the Heart” songwriting awards from Folk Music Ontario, and is part of the Stonebridge Guitars “Artist Collaboration” program.
With experience in production, recording engineering, tour booking, graphic design, and live sound, Braden brings a DIYT (“Do It Yourselves, Together”) mentality to every aspect of his work. This base of experience has culminated in the manifestation of “Yukon Gold Records”, a literal label for the different musical and community projects Phelan partakes in.