Todd’s musical journey began at the age of two with private instruction on the piano through the Algoma Conservatory of Music, followed by violin at three, classical guitar at four, and later fiddle and mandolin. Throughout his life, Todd has performed, and continues to perform frequently with his family band WebbSurround for community events, private functions, seniors centres, churches, schools, weddings and Community Living Algoma Group Homes. As a result of his work in the community, he received the prestigious Cultural Advisory Board Award from the City of Sault Ste. Marie in 2009. He received multiple awards in voice, guitar, violin and piano at the local Kiwanis Music Festivals between 2005 to 2013, and also competed at the 2013 Ontario Music Festival in four separate disciplines: piano, violin, concert voice and vocal musical theatre. During that competition, he received the highest award in Ontario for RCM Grade 8 violin. Todd also sang with his friends in the Advanced Vocal Choir under the direction of Agnes McCarthy at the Algoma Conservatory of Music, and played several supporting roles in theatre productions by The Musical Comedy Guild and Theatre SMC.