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Corb Lund is a popular Canadian country singer and was the founding member of the music band the Smalls.
Corb Lund was the bassist of the band along with Mike Caldwell on vocals, Dug Bevans on guitar, and Terry Johnson on drums. Some of their releases as a band were 'The Smalls,' 'To Each A Zone,' 'Waste And Tragedy,' and 'My Dear Little Angel.'
The band split in 2001. Before that, Corb Lund had already formed his band called The Corb Lund Band in 1995. After 'The Smalls' parted ways, Corb focused on his band. The other members of the band were: Kurt Ciesla on bass, Grant Siemens on guitar and other strings, and Brandy Valgardson on drums. By 2005, the band's name was Corb Lund and the Hurtin Albertans. They released nine albums in total. Three of the albums were certified Gold. These albums were 'Five Dollar Bill,' 'Hair In My Eyes Like A Highland Steer,' and 'Horse Soldier!' Horse Soldier! Corb Lund also released several cover songs for famous artists like AC/DC, Nancy Sinatra, Marty Robbins, Bob Dylan, and Billy Joel. The Smalls band reunited for the 'Silent Return' tour in 2014.
Corb Lund completed his education at MacEwan University. His net worth is estimated between $1-5 million.
Corb Lund was born on January 29, 1969, in Canada, with the zodiac sign of Aquarius. Corb Lund has attained the age of 53 as of 2022. The list of his fans includes big names like Miranda Lambert.
Corb Lund's estimated net worth is between $1-5 million.
Corb Lund's net worth is between $1-5 million. However, the information regarding Corb Lund's annual earnings or salary is not available as of 2022.
Corb Lund's physical attributes are not known.
As of 2022, Cord Lund is 53 years old as he was born on January 29, 1969, in Canada. His zodiac sign is Aquarius.
Cord Lund was born in Taber, Southern Alberta in, Canada. He spent his early life on a ranch in a rural town in Southern Alberta. Corb Lund was born in a family of cowboys and ranchers. Corb's first connection with music was through his grandfather's Old West Ballads. His work to date represents his family history and ancestral heritage mixed with indie rock. Corb Lund left his home and went on to study bass and guitar at MacEwan University.
As of July 2022. Corb Lund's relationship status is single. He has kept his dating life private and plans to keep it that way.
Corb Lund and the Hurtin Albertans Five Dollar Bill, Hair In My Eyes Like A Highland Steer, Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier! is some of the award-winning and acclaimed albums. Their seventh album 'Cabin Fever' became the first album to reach the top of the Billboard Canadian Charts in 2012.
The earnings of Corb's 'Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier!' as the theme song of UNICEF Team Canada was donated to the United Children's Fund in 2008. Corb Lund was a part of Young Artists for Haiti in 2010 for the recording of the song 'Wavin' Flag'. Corb was the Medicine Hat Flood Relief Show performer, raising $68,000 for the Canadian Red Cross 2010 Flood Relief Campaign 2010. Corb Lund has been supporting the Centre for Family Literacy (Edmonton, Alberta) since 2010. Corb performed and co-hosted at Edmonton's Commonwealth Stadium in 2016 in the Fire Air benefit concert.
Corb Lund has received Western Canadian Music Awards for his album 'Five Dollar Bill' in the category Outstanding Album (2003), Entertainer of the Year (2005), Outstanding Independent Recording, and Outstanding Roots Recording for Hair In My Eyes Like A Highland Steer (2006), Songwriter of the Year (2006), and Outstanding Roots Recording for Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier (2008).
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