Born in Sarnia, Ontario, Torrie Seager relocated to Toronto to pursue a career in music. While enrolled in the Humber College Jazz program Torrie studied with and was mentored by Canada’s top Jazz musicians including Pat Labarbera, Ted Quinlan, and David Occhipinti. After completing his studies Torrie began working as a sideman while fronting his own ensembles. Torrie’s sideman credits include contributions to artists like Johnny Alexander, Evren, Lewis Moorman, Ogguere, Dr. Draw, Os Trophies, The Human Rights, Vivienne Wilder, and The Gordon Hyland Group. Since 2012 Torrie has been a key member of the dream pop trio, Hush Pup. Hush Pup has released two EP’s, Darlene and Waterwings, and has done three cross-Canada tour. Torrie also joined the group of Canadian composer Erik Colin Ross in September 2016 and will be involved in performances and recordings with that ensemble. Torrie teaches guitar, bass, piano, and ukulele at all levels in every genre.