Ray Legere and his band Acoustic Horizon on stage at the 2015 Tottenham Bluegrass Festival
Ray Legere is a Canadian bluegrass fiddler, mandolinist   and band leader from  Sackville, New Brunswick. 
Legere was born in Amherst, Nova Scotia.
His father taught him to play the mandolin when he was ten years old.  When he was sixteen he was called unexpectedly to fill in for  Bill Monroe when the famous mandolinist became ill before a concert. 
As a young man, Legere played in the
Wyatt Rice band in the late 1970s. In 1987, he joined the  Lonesome River Band. 
In 1990, Legere played fiddle on the album
. The Lynn Morris Band  In 1992 he toured with  Michelle Shocked. 
In 1998, Larry LeBlanc of
Billboard magazine named him as one of Canada's leading bluegrass musicians. In 2012 he performed at the Canso Stanfest.  
Legere joined the celtic fusion ensemble
Bowfire, and recorded on their self-titled CD, which was released in 2003. He toured with this group for several years.  
In 2014 Legere played mandolin on Jared Lutes' album
A Matter of When. and played fiddle on the album  Bill Emerson and the Sweet Dixie Band. His band  Acoustic Horizon performed at the 2015 Tottenham Bluegrass Festival. Legere also performed in the third video of the  trilogy. United Breaks Guitars 
Leger performed with the band Grasstic Measures on the 2016 festival circuit; that year he was also inducted into the New Brunswick Country Hall of Fame.
Lynn Morris Band - with Lynn Morris (1990)
River of No Return with Roger Williams (Strictly Country, 1996) 
Newmarket Gap, with Wyatt Rice 
Blue Roses - with Rita McNeil (2004) 
A Matter of When - with Jared Lutes (2014)
Bill Emerson and the Sweet Dixie Band - with Bill Emerson (2014) Drop Forge - with Jim Dorrie (2014) 
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