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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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Alberta's PAUL BRANDT - the most awarded male Canadian Country Music artist in history - climbed the charts once again last summer with his song Forever Summer. It's another title to add to his long list of hits which include My Heart Has A History, I Do, That's The Truth, Small Towns & Big Dreams and Didn't Even See The Dust. A former pediatric registered nurse, Paul had a passion for words and poetry early in life, and began to write music at the age of 13. He also had the goal of one day becoming a doctor. While reaching for his medical dreams during his college years, Paul started entering and winning talent competitions, one of which was the Youth Talent Showdown at the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede. He credits these contests as events that altered the course of his life. Paul returns to In The Country to discuss his latest single called "Nothing" & much more!
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With smash hits like "Elvira", "Bobbie Sue", "Settin' Fancy Free" and many more, The Oak Ridge Boys have a special place in the hearts of Country Music fans. Now they're back with a brand new CD appropriately titled "The Boys Are Back"... more

"I wasn't born into a family of singers", says Ashlyn Metheny, "it's just something I've always known I wanted to do." In 2004, at the age of 14, Ashlyn won the Colgate Country Showdown and earned the honor of performing at the... more

Born in Illinois, Joe Bayer's musical journey began at an early age. Eventually, he played throughout the Midwest and made the move to Los Angeles, California where he and his hard rock act Devastation Run landed a record deal with... more

Calgary's Lester Howe writes and sings in his own unique style. You can't mistake it for anything but Country Music - straight from the heart. His musical influences include Cash, Haggard & Pride. Lester tours throughout western Canada each... more

You probably first heard Alex J. Robinson's voice in the Ontario Tourism ad with the song "There's No Place LIke This". Her 2007 debut CD "Never Say Never" featured 4 high-charting radio singles and a hit video on CMT. She went on that... more

Crystal Shawanda grew up on a reservation called Wikwemikong on Canada's Manitoulin Island. She wrote her first song at the age of 9 as her way of coping with the struggles she saw around her. Country Music was her hope for a... more

Country artist Jimmy Parker stays true not only to himself, but to the music he sings. He is, as his producer claims, the 'real deal' when it comes to singing a great sounding Country song. You'll be drawn in by his honest and heartfelt... more

Born in Toronto to Anne Murray and TV producer/host Bill Langstroth, Dawn participated in local musicals and choirs. She expressed her feelings through poetry for most of her teenage years. Then, in a chance meeting with legendary... more

Todd Berry's musical influences range from Garth Brooks to Elvis to Huey Lewis. Being born legaly blind has not stopped him from pursuing his dream of writing and performing Country Music. He is about to release his new CD... more

Since officially moving to Nashville, Vickie Raye has been in and out of the recording studio working on demo projects and performing whenever possible. She has recorded 3 albums and is completing her fourth: Cover to... more
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