Multi-instrumentalist who had a prolific recording career, collaborating with the likes of Rush, Prairie Oyster, and Sylvia Tyson.
He played in local Toronto, Ontario, nightclubs with the country-rock band Mary-Lou Horner. The band opened for Muddy Waters and Led Zeppelin.
He provided the soundtrack for the film Fifty Dead Men Walking, the 2008 crime-thriller film directed by Kari Skogland.
He was raised in Toronto, Ontario, by Polish parents.
He collaborated on numerous projects with k.d. lang.