NORMAN MARSHALL VILLENEUVE is a Canadian jazz legend. In his 8th decade in the entertainment business, from his first professional engagement with Dr. Oliver Jones in 1955 through to today, Villeneuve has a solid gold reputation as a master of jazz, having honed his musicianship and style during the bebop era of Art Blakey, Tony Williams and Elvin Jones. He has played throughout North America on stages large and small, performing with jazz royalty, including Duke Ellington, Curtis Fuller, Junior Mance, Oliver Jones and Barry Harris. Born in 1938 in Montreal, Villeneuve grew up in St. Henri and is one of the few musicians still performing from the 1950s and 60s era of Montreal jazz. See Norm's full bio at this link.