Multi-instrumentalist Wing is backed by a supporting cast comprising musicians who’ve played with Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Bell Orchestre, Arcade Fire, Amon Tobin, and the 10-piece opera collective Liederwolfe.Â Together, this dynamic group contributes to Wingâ€™s neo-folk compositions with symphonic textures so rich they melt even the most bitter-struck hearts.
Since the groupâ€™s formation in 2008, Wing accepted an invitation by the CBC to play an exclusive performance for an intimate audience at a local Montreal studio. The praised show would be recorded and featured on the home page of CBC Radio 2 and aired across the country and various regional shows on numerous occasions.
Following their national radio debut, Wing played a triumphant showcase at the NXNE conference where the group not only played to a packed house but also graced the cover of NOW Magazine and received the criticâ€™s choice nomination for â€˜bands not to have missed.Â Wing and company have since been granted artist feature articles in Chart Attack, the NY Times, Exclaim, Montreal Mirror, Toronto NOW, Vancouver Sun, Nightlife, and the National Post to name a few.
Since the beginning of his professional career in 2001, Wing has completed three albums â€“ â€˜Bouquet of Might & Furyâ€™ (2010 â€“ Bonsound), â€˜Starlight Shuffleâ€™ (2005 â€“ Maple Music), and â€˜For the Good Timesâ€™ (2001), and has produced and recorded numerous albums for various artists.Â Among the events he has performed at are the International Montreal Jazz Festival, Osheaga Festival, Pop Montreal, SXSW, NXNE, the North American Folk Alliance, New Music West, The Indie Arts Festival, The Montreal Chamber Music Festival, CMJ in New York, and The Edge of the World Festival, and has toured extensively through Canada, the United States, and most recently, China, where Wing played sold out shows at the Jue Festival and Bookworm Festival.Â Wing has also composed and licensed music for HBO, Ubisoft, Eidos, Alliance, Warner, Kraft, Fubar 2, CBC, Bravo, and the National Film Board of Canada.