Guy’s relationship with southern blues dates back to the mid 70s when he first strapped on his harmonica belt and became a journeyman musician. He soon befriended the late Bob Walsh who introduced him to the vibrant Quebec City blues scene. In the intervening years, he has toured tirelessly and has won acclaim and awards along the way. To his credit, he has no fewer than 14 Lys Blues awards, a Maple Blues Award for harmonica player of the year, 2 Jutra Awards for best film score (Gaz Bar Blues with Claude Fredette and Route 132 with Benoît Charest), and an André Gagnon Award in the best instrumental category. His latest harmonica-drenched solo album, Traces & Scars, was just released this spring.