Gregory Hoskins is no late bloomer. As Canadian music industry illuminary Richard Flohil described him, “He is a dramatically re-emerging Canadian talent.” He is a songwriter’s songwriter. A singer’s singer. He translates his rather full life into material that transforms a simple concert into something that resembles communion.
A largely unsung figure of the Canadian folk-rock scene of the '90s when accompanied by his band, The Stickpeople, Gregory Hoskins has re-emerged with four new releases as an indie artist. The CDs as a collection are all excellent CDs: King of Good Intentions (2005 Studio CD), The Beggars Heart (2007 Studio CD), Alone in the Mayor's House... almost (2008 Live Solo CD), Pleasure and Relief (2008 Live Concert CD).