“MUSIC IS POWERFUL ENOUGH TO CHANGE THE WORLD. THIS IS MY CALLING. THE SONGS I WRITE COME FROM A PLACE WELL BEYOND MY CONSCIOUSNESS. MY VOICE AND THE PIANO ARE THE TOOLS I USE TO DELIVER MY MUSIC TO THE WORLD. MY FANS ARE MY ARMOUR.”
- COLE ARMOUR
Canadian recording artist and songwriter Cole Armour from Langley, BC has been singing at major events such as the David Foster’s Kids Help Kids fundraiser, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics and broadcasted Vancouver Canucks games since the age of 9.
In October 2011 he was invited to perform on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in front of millions of viewers with major coverage on ET Canada, City TV, The Rush CTV and Global TV to follow.
In 2012 he released his debut single Phenomenal to Hot/AC radio in the US, which charted #38 on the Top 40 Billboard Indicator Charts. He followed it up with his second single, Original, in the spring of 2013 which ranked #37 on the same chart.
He recently wrote and recorded his 5 song debut EP Misunderstood with hit producer Jeff Dawson (Daniel Powter, ‘Bad Day’) which was released October 27, 2014 and available now on iTunes.
Armour remains an active humanitarian who supports anti-bullying campaigns, child health and welfare, and animal protection and safety.
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The Creative Journey Continues…
So much has happened since the release of my debut EP 'Misunderstood'. I have been writing new songs, playing piano a lot, producing my own demos, designing my new clothing line, developing my brand and recording my next single which will be available for download very soon.
Thank you so much for believing in me and supporting me. I would not been where I am today if it weren't for you and I am eternally grateful. Stay tuned for updates on new music.
I can't wait to share it with you!
Saying Goodbye To A Big Supporter!
"Mr. Don Adams passed away on October 16, 2015. He has worked with me ever since I was very young in my music career. He was always at the side of my stage and made being in front of the world a lot easier. He was the coolest guy I ever knew. Rest peacefully my friend. Express yourself." ~ Sincerely, Cole Armour
Cole Armour appears on Shaw TV Vancouver's Urban Rush with hosts Fiona Forbes and Michael Eckford.
Cole Armour, only 13 years old, does a great job of singing the anthems to start the Canucks game at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC.