"Listen to Motem."
In 1999, Bry Webb formed The Constantines in London, Ontario. The band quickly gained attention and upon moving to Guelph and releasing their Juno nominated debut album on the storied and influential Three Gut Records, they cemented a foundation for the decade long career that was to follow.
Beginning in 2005 Bry started to write and perform solo. Two of these compositions were included in films, most notably Big Smoke which earned a Genie nomination for Best Original Song in 2009. Most recently between writing and demoing for his debut solo record Bry participated in the much-lauded National Parks Project by travelling to The Queen Charlotte Islands and collaborating with Jim Guthrie and Sarah Harmer and very recently collaborated with Leslie Feist on her upcoming album slated for release in October 2011.