Western Canadian singer/songwriter John Gogo is from a large musical family in Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. He released his first album ‘Coal & Wood’ in 1990 with original songs about his family history in mining and logging. He followed it up in 1994 with ‘It Never Fails’, an album with more of a roots rock feel. 1997 saw the release of ‘Leave a Light On’ with the single and video ‘Brown Eyes’. The Victoria Times Colonist called John “one of the most talented singer/songwriters this area has ever produced” and the album “an atmospheric pop gem” In 2002 John began a side career appearing in the Other Guys Theatre production ‘Moodyville Tales’. Next up was the 5 year run of ‘Good Timber – Songs and Stories of the Western Logger’ this time as co-creator as well as performer. John released his 4th studio album ‘One of These Days’ in 2010 and for the first time he was the sole producer and songwriter while he continued to tour with ‘Good Timber’. His 2015 release ‘Coal & Wood (Revisited)’ is a return to his early ‘folk singer’ days featuring 2 songs from the original album plus a handful of new originals about people places and historical events of Canada’s western islands.