Errol Starr Francis (A Peace Troubadour) spreads the vibration peace through music and song; songs and sounds that focuses on increasing the feelings of love and peace for listeners.
From his early start as a teenager learning to play guitar with his fathers R&B/Reggae Band, and then rock bands with friends in Kitchener, Errol continues to learn and develop new skills in related music industries. With over 35 years in the music business, he has been both out front on stage and behind the audio board as a engineer/producer recording a variety of projects for artists.
His work has won him accolades in several areas of the music business. Errol is a multi award winner for radio and television broadcast production in the 1990's, as well as a "Juno Award" winning singer songwriter and a "Socan Songwriter of the Year" recipient in the 1980's. His 1987 album "Temple of Love" had 3 singles which charted in Canada's top 25, resulting with Errol not only winning a Juno, he also appeared twice on the Junos to perform songs from the album. Errol received a variety of other awards from Toronto radio stations and from the Black Music Association for that album.
Nowadays he continues to create and release compelling music under the name Errol Starr Francis. A conscious diverse crossing of culture, sounds of aliveness, danceable, devotional, divine, funky, rocking, hippie reggae stylings. Plenty of pleasing sounds, all with a peaceful loving vibration.