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Related Information for Colin James Six-time Juno award-winner Colin James has driven his 15-album, 25-year career with his blues influenced guitar mastery and soulful vocals. Colin James was only 18-years old when he captured the attention of guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan, who marveled at the prodigious talent, decided to take him on the road through the Canadian prairies, and later the United States. It wasn't long after that the young musician began opening for the likes of John Lee Hooker, ZZ Top, Steve W.. read more