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Interview with The Tumblin' Dice & Nicole Rayy

  • Broadcast in Country Music
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The Tumblin' Dice are a Country band from Victoria, B.C. currently promoting their debut EP. Even though their live shows feature both covers and originals, the band suffers no identity crisis as their own original tunes provide the same 'feel good' party experience as the songs they cover. Since their formation in 2011, The Tumblin' Dice are widely known as the official house band for the now famous "Gone Country Live" events held at Upstairs Cabaret in Victoria each month. It has been these performances that have enabled the band to gel musically and perfect their signature vocal harmonies. Repeatedly drawing huge crowds to see their live performances earned them spots opening for popular Canadian Country artists Aaron Pritchett and Brett Kissel. Recently back from Toronto where they performed at Canadian Music Week, they look forward to a busy summer highlighted by their second straight invitation to be the house band at Sunfest which is Vancouver Island's largest country music festival. 

Ontario Country artist Nicole Rayy is about to release her new single Country Wild to radio. She also shot a video for the song which will be available for viewing soon. The song is from her current EP Only Everything. While there are slower emotional song like Still See Blue Skies and the heartbreak ballad She Don't Know That Much, it's important to Nicole to record songs like Country Wild. As she explains: “Life isn’t always about heartbreak or relationships, sometimes you just want to party and have some fun with your friends.” Nicole will be partying and performing on stage during the Calgary Stampede in early July. She's also heading back out west in August for a mini tour with fellow Country artist Billy J White.