Everett McInnis

Guitar, Piano, Bass guitar, Mandolin, Violin. Finger style Guitar.

Everett McInnis is a Humber College music program graduate with a wide range of musical experience. After graduating from Humber  Everett played in several progressive rock bands based in Ontario such as Russet and the Tough Whiskers All night Shuffle Service as well as Denny's blues band. Russet performed as a backup act to such artists as The Powder Blues Band, The Stampeders and Steppenwolf. Everett also taught guitar for 5 years at the Canadian Conservatory of Music. Everett then moved to Nova Scotia where his focus became original music. He performed and recorded with artist such as Nanci Ahern, Tony McDonald, Paul Tupper and Kut.  Nanci Ahern's band was a finalist in the Startrack Original music contest involving 25 bands from the maritimes in 2000.  He was involved in arranging harmony vocals for some of those bands and did arranging for three songs by Raylene Rankin. Previous teaching stints in Nova Scotia include 2 years at McCabe's Music, 3 years at Metro Music and 14 years at Westphal Family Music.  

   Instuments: Everett started playing Piano at 4 years old and guitar at 12 years old. Later on he started playing bass guitar, mandolin and violin. Specialties: finger style guitar.