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Paul Langois
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    (August 23, 1964- )
    Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    Guitarist for the The Tragically Hip (1986-2017)
    Recorded 'The Tragically Hip (1987),' 'Up to Here (1989),' 'Road Apples (1991),' 'Fully Completely (1992),' 'Day for Night (1994),' 'Trouble at the Henhouse (1996),' 'Phantom Power (1998),' 'Music at Work (2000),' 'In Violet Light (2002),' 'In Between Evolution (2004),' 'World Container (2006),' 'We Are the Same (2009),' 'Now for Plan A (2012)' and 'Man Machine Poem (2016)'
    Recorded the solo albums 'Fix This Head' (2010) and 'Not Guilty' (2013)
    He was the only member of the band not to be born in the Kingston area.
    He is the only Tragically Hip member who wasn't a co-founder.
    He enjoys playing golf.
    His solo career never materialized.
    He has a Twitter account, which he uses frequently.
    He speaks both English and French.
    He replaced Davis Manning in the band, prior to The Hip landing a mainstream record contract.
    He was the second member of the Tragically Hip to record a solo album during a group hiatus.
    He recorded and produced his debut solo album 'Fix This Head.'
    He organized the 'Rockin’ the Big House' concert at the Kingston Penitentiary, with all the proceeds going towards various charities in the community (2019).

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