Harry Vetro studied Jazz at the University of Toronto. Vetro released his self titled debut album NORTHERN RANGER on T.Sound Records in 2018. He melded improvised music, folk and classical influences creating a unique “Canadian” sound. Northern Ranger’s influences range from Gordon Lightfoot, The Band, Fleet Foxes to Bill Frisell, Kenny Wheeler and Brad Mehldau.
In 2017, as Canada celebrated 150 years of confederation, Harry Vetro took to the road. He traveled coast to coast, visiting communities in the six Indigenous cultural areas in Canada (Arctic, Subarctic, Northwest Coast, Plateau, Plains, and Eastern Woodlands), in an effort to connect with musicians and artists from different cultural backgrounds, and to better understand the land's long cultural history. Vetro’s album topped fourth on the National Jazz charts in Canada and was well received by critics around the world.