Blair Packham is a veteran Canadian singer/songwriter, composer, producer, educator, and radio broadcaster. In the 1980s, as lead vocalist/guitarist for The Jitters, he toured relentlessly and garnered five Top Twenty singles for Capitol – EMI Records of Canada. Blair has also written music and lyrics for numerous films and television programs, including animated shows like Esmé and Roy (for Sesame Street), Beyblade, Rescue Heroes, Trucktown, Spliced!, and The Adventures of Chuck and Friends. In 2005, Blair co-founded, with Rik Emmett, the annual SongStudio workshop, an intensive, week-long songwriting workshop in Toronto. Blair is currently teaching at Seneca College in the Independent Music Production program, and is wrapping up his latest release, an album from his acoustic trio The Impossible Dream.