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Blair Packham

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Blair Packham is a veteran Canadian singer/songwriter. He was lead vocalist/guitarist for The Jitters in the 1980s[1] and has released material as a solo singer/songwriter since 2000.[2] He has also written music and lyrics for numerous films and television programs, including TSN's NHL Tonight!, Global Television's The Jane Show, as well as animated shows like Beyblade, Rescue Heroes, Trucktown, Spliced!, and The Adventures of Chuck and Friends.[3] Blair is a co-host (with Bob Reid) for Newstalk 1010's In the Studio.[4] With Ron Sexsmith, he co-produced an Andy Kim Christmas track, as well as albums for U.K. singer/songwriter Max Croft, R&B/soul singer Stacey Kaniuk, hardcore band Youth Youth Youth and many others. As a volunteer, Blair served as co-Vice-President of the Songwriters Association of Canada from 2000 to 2007.[5] He is one of the organizers, along with Rik Emmett, of the annual SongStudio, an intensive, week-long songwriting workshop in Toronto, Ontario.[6] In addition to being a lifelong SOCAN member, Blair is also a member of the Canadian Music Creators Coalition.[7]


Everything That's Good (2000)[edit]

  1. Everything That's Good
  2. Weird To You
  3. She Just Is
  4. Crying A River For You
  5. Sunday Morning
  6. NV
  7. Where Do You Stand, Lucy?
  8. Paris Is Burning
  9. Road to Discovery
  10. I Don't Know

Could've Been King (2004)[edit]

  1. Could've Been King
  2. Coming Undone
  3. Happy Go Lucy
  4. The Opportunists
  5. Crystal Clear
  6. Mister Bitter
  7. One-Hit Wonder
  8. Somebody Else
  9. Little Fish
  10. Hard, Cold World
  11. I'll Think of You Fondly

Unpopular Pop (2017)[edit]

  1. You (Yeah, You) (Packham) 3:13
  2. Don't Know Why I Feel This Way (Packham) 2:49
  3. Proof (Packham) 3:17
  4. Other Side (Packham/Andrews) 3:35
  5. Enough Is Never Enough (Packham/Northey) 3:11
  6. Where Does The Time Go? (Packham) 3:57
  7. Baby, What'd You Come Here For? (Packham/Ballantyne) 3:21
  8. Fast-Talkin' Johnny (Packham) 4:40
  9. If You Were Mine (Packham) 3:22
  10. It's A Long Way Down (Packham) 3:46
  11. Loved By You (Packham) 4:04


  1. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-12-31. Retrieved 2009-02-23.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-12-29. Retrieved 2009-02-23.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. "IMDB".
  4. http://www.cfrb.com/shows/501346
  5. http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/blair/packham
  6. http://www.myspace.com/summersongstudio
  7. "Canadian Music Creators Coalition Artists". Archived from the original on 2009-03-19.

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