Bill Majoros is an award winning Canadian singer/ songwriter/ multi-instrumentalist who releases music under the name of The Foreign Films.
Majoros has played hundreds of shows spanning North America and the UK. From legendary clubs such as the The Cavern Club in Liverpool (of Beatles fame), CBGB’s in NYC, 1st Ave in Minneapolis (Prince, Purple Rain), to stadium shows and festivals supporting many well-known artists.
Live supporting dates include work with Alanis Morissette, The Tragically Hip, Echo and the Bunnymen, Daniel and Bob Lanois (U2, Bob Dylan) Pete Best (original drummer for The Beatles), Jewel, Blue Rodeo, The Goo Goo Dolls, Fountains of Wayne, 5440, Taylor Hawkins, Big Sugar, Robyn Hitchcock, Blood Sweat and Tears, The Sadies, Ron Sexsmith, The Grapes of Wrath, Big Wreck, Universal Honey, The Grapes of Wrath, Del Amitri, and more.
Recording work with various artists and members of Blue Rodeo, The Cowboy Junkies, Giles Martin (the Beatles), The Spoons, Carl Jennings (Freedom Train), Dave Rave (Teenage Head) Universal Honey, Flux AD, The Nines, and more.
A native of Hamilton Ontario, Majoros has been nominated for and received prestigious music/arts awards.
Under the name The Foreign Films, he has released five critically acclaimed studio albums including the 3LP, 31 songs, vinyl box set “The Record Collector”.
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