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Carol Baird - Lead Guitar/Vocals

From Wasaga Beach, Ontario, Carol Barnes Baird- Carol worked with an all-female band called Denam and Lace for over 30 years. She was nominated for guitar player of the year from the Canadian Country Music Association. Denam and Lace also toured with Gerry and the Pacemakers and were featured on many Television shows in Canada and the USA. Carol is also Metis. She is a great addition to Bustin Loose.

Norm Dolbec - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals

Is a French Canadian originally from the Timmins area. He has been a resident in Midland for over 20 years. He was in a very successful family band called Thunder Canyon. Toured for seven years. He then took his skills locally playing with different bands in the area. He is the lead singer and rhythm guitar player.
He has a fantastic voice and has a vast repertoire for any occasion

Bustin Loose Band

Bustin Loose is the amalgamation of five seasoned musicians.
The band plays everything from Colin James to the Coasters.
And a variety of new and old country as well.
They are fun and real crowd pleasers.

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Ollie Strong - Steel Guitar and Fiddle

Canadian steel guitarist originally from Bolton, Ontario, Ollie won the Hank Smith Award of Excellence in 2022 from the Canadian Country Music Association.

Ollie Strong’s career began in the 1950’s, he is among the first of a small handful of pickers in Canada to begin playing Pedal Steel Guitar.
Noted as an early member of the house band on CBC TV’s Tommy Hunter Show, over the course of his career Ollie backed up legends such as Ray Price, Jean Shepard and Ji
m Reeves. His playing is featured on albums by Canadian heroes Gordon Lightfoot, Murray McLauchlan and, Dick Damron.
He is credited as the Steel Guitarist on Funkadelic’s 1972 album, America Eats Its Young.

Ollie lives in the Orillia, Ontario area.

We are honoured to have him playing with us

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Terry Woolhead - Bass/Electric Guitar/Acoustic Guitar/Keys/Banjo/Vocals

From Uxbridge, Ontario.


Terry comes from a musical family and at an early age played in his all brothers band thru out Ontario classically trained in piano he soon picked up other instruments along the way his dad always encouraged all types of music  so long as it was good terry toured thru out Ontario and Quebec with  various bands  blues pop and country  worked in the Allan Jackson tribute show as well as a house band for  Graceland  in Scarborough backing up various artist including Michele wright. George Fox, Anita Perras and others he has had the privilege of sharing the stage with many great artists, some which included Ricky Skaggs, Tom T Hall, Tanya Tucker, Beverly DeAngelo, Blue Rodeo, Jerry Reed, Ronnie prophet and many others. A fun fact is that his parents would have to write a note to give him permission to play and enter some of the venues as he was underage at the time. At present Terry is enjoying his bass duties with Bustin Loose and the high energy fun they bring to the floor were ever they perform.

Tina Turley - Drums/Vocals

She is a self-taught drummer who hails from Huntsville, Ontario.
When she was 12, she was playing drums and singing with her father and his group at local pubs and Legions in the Sault Ste Marie area, then later in and around Muskoka/Parry Sound.

By the time she was 19 she moved to Toronto and was hired to be the drummer and one of the lead singers in the all-girl band "Lace" that later became known as the trio "Denam and Lace," that went on to chart a hit with "Kick in the Heart".

With her consistent beat, fun-inspired groove and soulful singing, Tina is a welcome addition to the Bustin' Loose family.

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Upcoming events:

Private Party- May 25/24

Annual Family Traditions HOOT, Huntsville: Saturday, June 15/24  

Orillia Legion, Orillia: Saturday, June 22, 26/24 -8pm-midnight

Little Lake Park, Midland: Monday, July 1/24 -

Music in the Park, Stayner: Thursday, August 22/24 - 7-9pm

Private Party: Saturday, August 31/24

Beeton Fair: Friday, September 13/24 - 8-10pm

Carol Baird


Norm Dolbec 



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