Ken Yates
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Ken Yates
Ken Yates
Born London, Ontario, Canada
Musician, songwriter
Instruments Vocalist, guitarist

Ken Yates is a Canadian folk singer-songwriter, who won the Canadian Folk Music Awards for English Songwriter of the Year and New/Emerging Artist of the Year at the 13th Canadian Folk Music Awards in 2017.[1]

Originally from London, Ontario,[2] Yates studied at the Berklee College of Music.[3] He released The Backseat EP in 2011, and followed up with his full-length debut twenty-three in 2013.[3] He won the Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award in 2014 for his song "The One That Got Away".[4]

His second full-length album, Huntsville, was released in 2016 and was produced by Jim Bryson.[5]

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