Rory Cummings is a singer/songwriter who sings folk rock and roots music, blended with touches of country and pop. He’s a percussive acoustic rhythm guitarist, solid harmonica player and can also play a bit of mandolin and keyboard, and plays bass for singer/songwriter Dan Shields in the Music Night Band. Rory was the main songwriter and singer in the groups Redhill Road and the One Shot Band, and recently revived the One Shot Band with original bassist Jim Bird and drummer Wayne Allison.
Live Performance with the One Shot Band, Redhill Road and 2 Guys with Guitars: Hugh’s Room in Toronto; the Mississauga Fall Fair; community events at the Bradley House historic grounds; six performances at the annual Humour Conference in Hamilton; the Moonshine Cafe in Oakville; the Oasis Bar & Grill in Cobourg; multiple main stage appearances at Gullyfest in Collingwood; headlined the Lynden, Ontario Canada Day festival; the Free Times Café, Ten Feet Tall, California’s Bar & Grill, and Feathers Pub in Toronto; the Crown & Phoenix in Richmond Hill, among others.
Discography: Solo, Dreamsville (2009); with Redhill Road the CDs Three (2008), Young and Wild (2004) and What a Train Forgets (1999); with the One Shot Band Hard Love (1989) and Big City (1985). Currently recording a new project with the One Shot Band.
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