Cliff Edwards

 

Born in Montreal, Cliff Edwards attended Lake of Two Mountains High School, graduated from Loyalist College with a Television Broadcasting diploma.

Cliff has a diverse career background, including, as a performer with ‘The Bells”, a million-selling pop music group, who recorded 5 albums, which included the hits “Moody Manitoba Morning” “Fly Little White Dove, Fly” and “Stay Awhile”. He has recorded 4 albums as a solo Artist, with “Carpenter of Wood”, “What’s Forever For” receiving hit radio status. Cliff continues to perform and record, with a current project CD “Undercurrent”.

Cliff has lived in the 1000 Islands for over 30 years, and still loves touring the 1000 Islands Parkway. His song “Island Queen” is a metaphor, bringing a human touch to his love of sailboats and sailing. A “sailors dream” refers to the imagined life on his sailboat, as a romantic experience in the heart of the 1000 Islands.