Max Bujold is a 27 year old East Coast Canadian Musician and Singer/Songwriter; Born and raised in Fall River, Nova Scotia. & recently returned to the roots of his Acadian family tree in Restigouche County, New Brunswick.
Max is a passionate singer, songwriter and guitarist with a raspy rock/country/blues sound often compared to Chris Stapleton, Tom Petty & Matt Mays. His songs are captivatingly powerful and easy to listen to, each with their own story and purposeful message.
Bujold often writes about the importance of being authentic, positive and pursuing what you are most passionate about in life. "Love Renegade" by Max Bujold & The Milestones is about going off the beaten path in pursuit of what you love most.
Since the age of 14 years old this Maritimer has performed in bands and as a solo artist throughout Atlantic Canada. Max Bujold & The Milestones (1st Generation) was the band with which he was able to record the song "Highway Robbery" (2019); his debut single available on all streaming platforms now.
After university The Milestones (1st Generation) members each went on to live their lives scattered across Canada, so Max set out to continue on his musical journey solo. He left Halifax after graduating Dalhousie University and started a new life in Campbellton, New Brunswick (2020).
Not long after landing on the North Shore of New Brunswick, Max was performing solo in local bars when he met his new best buds Erik, Julien & Sam: The Milestones (2nd Generation).
Max Bujold & The Milestones (2nd Generation) are a relentless new rock band who are blazing their way onto the East Coast Canadian Music scene, performing shows in NB, NS, and PEI. They kicked off 2023 representing Tourism New Brunswick in Halifax, NS, at the IIHF World Junior Championship #ExploreNB Fan Fest performing their original songs before the Bronze Medal game.
Max Bujold & The Milestones have big plans for the year ahead: Including a series of single releases leading up to their debut EP "The Gamble". You will also catch them performing in bars and festivals across The Maritimes.