JC Campbell is a songwriter and a singer. To date, JC has released 3 CD's. His debut album was an acoustic demo CD to use as a guide to see where improvement could be made. However, as JC performed one of his songs, "100 Days," at jam, Errol Ranville was in attendance and subsequently suggested submitting the demo CD to the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards. With two nominations and a television performance of the song that first caught C-Weeds attention, JC started his musical journey. A best Blues Album win at the 2008 APCMA's and performances at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics are some of the highlights of his career. Thus far, his new album, "Four Letter Lie," has achieved two #1 spots on the National Aboriginal top 40, air play on SiriusXM satellite radio, CFWE in Alberta as well as on his local Steinbach radio station.