The Jerry Cans

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"Robust roots-rock, gruff Inuk throat singing, beery Celtic punk... There's plenty in this ensemble's tank"  

The Globe and Mail

Photo Credit: Jennifer Squires

Photo Credit: Jennifer Squires

The Jerry Cans create music inspired by their hometown of Iqaluit, Nunavut, and life in the Canadian Arctic. With a unique mix of traditional Inuit throat singing and roots-rock sung in the Indigenous language of Inuktitut, The Jerry Cans are a distinctly Northern sound. The band is passionate about helping to preserve the Inuktitut language and are committed to challenging common misconceptions about life in the North. Their high energy performances have thrilled audiences in countries all across the globe including Australia, Scotland, Greenland, Cuba and Norway. 

Andrew Morrison (Vocals/Guitar)

Gina Burgess (Violin)

Nancy Mike (Accordion/Throat Singing)   

Brendan Doherty (Bass)

Steve Rigby (Drums)

Avery Keenainak (Accordion/Throat Singing)



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