Gord Bamford (born April 17, 1976) is a Canadian country music singer. He has released four albums and charted more than 20 singles on the Canadian country charts from 2000 to present. This total includes 8 songs that have charted on the Canadian Hot 100 chart, which began publication in 2007.
Bamford was born in Traralgon, Australia. When Bamford was 5 years old, he moved with his mother, Marilyn, from Australia to Lacombe, Alberta after his parents divorce. A singer who toured with an Australian country band, Bamford's mother encouraged him to pursue a career in music. In 1995, Bamford entered and won the Nornet Radio Network's "Search for the Stars." With Rob Bartlett from Sundae Sound producing, Bamford went to Calgary to record his debut single, "Forever Starts Today," written by Dean McTaggart. The song received a positive response from Canadian country radio the following year.