About Julian Fauth

Julian Fauth is a singer and piano player whose style is based on the tradition of pre-war barrelhouse blues and boogie woogie, with infusions of gospel and jazz. He writes his own songs in addition to re-interpreting traditional material.

In his teens, Julian was a protégé of Mississippi blues giant Mel Brown, whose influence was invaluable.

 

 

He plays regularly in his hometown of Toronto and has toured across Canada, the USA, Western Europe, Russia and Cuba.

Julian has recorded a number of CD’s with Electro-Fi Records. His first CD, “Songs of Vice and Sorrow” was nominated for, and his second CD “Ramblin’ Son” won, the JUNO for Blues Album of the Year. His third CD was selected Best Blues Album of 2012 by the CBC, he’s won one Maple Blues Award and been nominated for many other MBA’s. Julian has played with many great players and has opened for Johnny Winter, John Mayall and John Hammond.

In PERFORMANCE

Julian Fauth can be seen regularly in Toronto Canada

SATURDAYS
from 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Axis Grill
3048 Dundas Street West [ MAP ]

SUNDAYS
from 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Axis Grill
with Ken Yoshioka
3048 Dundas Street West [ MAP ]

TUESDAYS
from 6:00pm – 9:00pm
The SAUCE
1376 Danforth Avenue [ MAP ]

WEDNESDAYS
from 9:00pm – 12:00am
Gate 403
with Tim Hamel and James Thomson
403 Roncesvalles Avenue [ MAP ]

BONUS
The second Saturday of every month
from 9pm – 1am
Gate 403
with Ken Yoshioka & Donné Roberts
403 Roncesvalles Avenue [ MAP ]

Special Gig announcements will posted here… and on Facebook,
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CONDOLENCES

DECEMBER 19 2016: I’d like to send my condolences to the family and friends of two great musicians. John Mays of Fathead and Brian Cober of the Nationals. I’ve had the good fortune to hear John Mays live with his bandmates several times and occasionally to play with him, once at Mariposa and the last time at a blues and gospel concert organized by Lance Anderson a few years ago. He had a powerful voice and an infectious good humour. I’d also like to acknowledge the life of my friend Brian Cober, whose unique double-slide technique greatly increased the versatility of slide playing. I first met him in Kensington Market in the late 1990s and heard him often at what was then Café Kim, as well as at Grossman’s Tavern with the Nationals (Bill Hedefine and the late Paul McNamara). I remember sitting on the floor of his room with several friends listening to records, hanging out at Robert’s place in the Market, jamming on Blind Willie McTell and Memphis Slim tunes at Lola and sitting with him and Dianna on the patio of Axis when they dropped in for brunch. The last time I got to jam with him was not long ago at Grossman’s. He was a humble and good-hearted guy with a pure love of music. Thank you, and farewell.

PURCHASES

Julian Fauth CD’s can be purchased directly from
ELECTRO-FI RECORDS

or can be conveniently downloaded straight from
iTUNES

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“Thank you for supporting Julian Fauth (and the Blues)
by purchasing your music.”

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BOOKING JULIAN FAUTH

Please contact Andrew Galloway at Electro-Fi Records
185 Legion Road North – Suite# 1410
Toronto, Ontario M8Y 0A1
CANADA
Telephone: 1-416-251-3036
eMail: andrew@electrofi.com

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