Rick Neufeld (born in Boissevain, Manitoba) is a Canadian folk singer who played coffeehouses throughout Canada and the United States before he got his own CBC Television show, The Songsingers. He released a number of albums, including Hiway Child in 1971, Prairie Dog in 1975 and Manitoba Songs in 1978. He was most successful as a songwriter, and his song "Moody Manitoba Morning" became a hit for The Bells.The album Prairie Dog featured Burton Cummings, Bill Wallace, and Gary Peterson, all from The Guess Who, as well as Terry Bush backing Neufeld.

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  • Rick Neufeld (born in Boissevain, Manitoba) is a Canadian folk singer who played coffeehouses throughout Canada and the United States before he got his own CBC Television show, The Songsingers. He released a number of albums, including Hiway Child in 1971, Prairie Dog in 1975 and Manitoba Songs in 1978. He was most successful as a songwriter, and his song "Moody Manitoba Morning" became a hit for The Bells. The album Prairie Dog featured Burton Cummings, Bill Wallace, and Gary Peterson, all from The Guess Who, as well as Terry Bush backing Neufeld. (en)
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  • Rick Neufeld (born in Boissevain, Manitoba) is a Canadian folk singer who played coffeehouses throughout Canada and the United States before he got his own CBC Television show, The Songsingers. He released a number of albums, including Hiway Child in 1971, Prairie Dog in 1975 and Manitoba Songs in 1978. He was most successful as a songwriter, and his song "Moody Manitoba Morning" became a hit for The Bells.The album Prairie Dog featured Burton Cummings, Bill Wallace, and Gary Peterson, all from The Guess Who, as well as Terry Bush backing Neufeld. (en)
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  • Rick Neufeld (en)
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