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Live from Ontario, Dave talks with Country artists & plays their songs. You'll hear about career highlights, current projects, stories behind the songs & more. You can contact the show at inthecountry@mail.com.

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Three popular Canadian Country artists join me on this episode of In The Country to talk about their music careers and share their latest radio singles. Music has always been an undeniable passion for Cobourg, Ontario's MATT WILLIAMS for as long as he can remember. ?I remember from a very early age singing in the stands at baseball games with my mother?. Years later it was a Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers concert that influenced him to pursue a career in music. ?As soon as the lights went down I was hooked.? Matt's latest single is called Make Love Tonight and features Peterborough Country artist Alyssa Morrissey. Mississauga, Ontario's KAITLIN KOZELL was one of the top eight finalists in the Emerging Artist Showcase at the 2014 Boots & Hearts music festival. Since being added to the roster of Leafs anthem singers in the late fall of 2011 and performing at her first game in January of 2012, Kaitlin has had the opportunity to perform at numerous Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Marlies, and other MLSE events and functions. Kaitlin's new single is called Heart Of This Home. TEAGAN LITTLECHIEF is a country artist from the White Bear First Nations north of Carlyle, Saskatchewan. At the age of 4 her play school teacher overheard her singing Part Of Your World from Little Mermaid and encouraged her mother Sara to put her in vocal lessons. Those lessons were the beginning of a lifetime filled with the love of music, which her mother Sara has stood behind and supported every step of the way. Radio was first introduced to Teagan in 2009 with her album entitled Rising Above. Teagan's latest single is called I'll Bring The Party.
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