Félix Award winner, band leader,
recording artist and jazz master,
bebop drummer NORMAN
MARSHALL VILLENEUVE is an
iconic and much beloved
figure in Canadian jazz history. This
veteran player has a successful
career history, at 81, in his 8th
decade in show business.
Norm was born in Montreal on May
29, 1938 and grew up in the St.
in the famed Little Burgundy area,
home to Oscar Peterson, Oliver
Sealy brothers, and Claude Ranger.
He began his performance career
as a tap
dancer and singer, entertaining
audiences from age 8