Darryl Poulsen is a professional Canadian musician, born and raised in Alliston, Ontario. He was naturally drawn to music and began avidly playing guitar at the age of 12. He went on to study jazz at Humber College under the tutelage of Ted Quinlan and Don Thompson, during which time he was awarded for his outstanding achievements. Since then, Darryl has thoroughly immersed himself within Toronto’s music scene. He has made a name for himself as a remarkable guitarist, both acoustic and electric, who is highly sought after as both a performer and session artist. He’s had the honour to work with an array of highly talented Torontonian songwriters and bands including New Country Rehab, Jadea Kelly, Hylia, Sorry Cousins, Corin Raymond, and the Sudden Valley Boys. Well versed in a large variety of genres, Darryl found his true passion in Bluegrass and has found a great deal of success with the international touring band, which he helped found five years ago, the Slocan Ramblers. Their newest album, “Coffee Creek,” is set to hit the market in July, 2015, in tandem with a heavy touring schedule throughout Canada and the United States.