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Seven-time CCMA Award winner DEAN BRODY is set to release his highly anticipated fourth studio album entitled Crop Circles on November 5, 2013. Featuring the Top 10 hit Bounty featuring Lindi Ortega, Dean showcases his abilities as a singer-songwriter to push the boundaries of traditional Country music on the new album. This past September, Brody was honoured for the second time in a row with the CCMA Award for Male Artist of the Year (received in 2013 and 2012), which follows his back-to back wins for Album of the Year (Trail In Life and Dirt) in 2011 and 2012. He has also received honours for Single of the Year and Songwriter of the Year for his self-written Trail In Life. His success has brought him to the forefront of audiences; two-time JUNO Award nominee, chosen as one of Hello! Canada’s Most Beautiful Canadians, his music featured on Degrassi - The Next Generation and has performed on CBC's Fall Season Preview, CBC's Stampede 100!, CITY TV- The Bachelor Canada and more. In January 2014, he begins his Crop Circles & Tractor Beams tour with opening act Cassadee Pope.
Kreesha Turner is a Canadian Juno Award nominated platinum selling recording artist singer-songwriter and model.
Kreesha has spent the last year working hard in the studio on a new, organic sound for her next musical project. The first released track “Gimme’ Dat” was produced by Young Yonny known for his work with Lil Wayne (Mo Fire) and Trey Songz (Say Ahh). The new project is titled “Evolution Inevitable” and that is exactly how Kreesha approached her new music – without boundaries and she continues to grow as an artist.
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JUNO & CCMA-nominated Saskatchewan Country artist DONNY PARENTEAU introduced the anti-bullying campaign Bully Free Zone to Canada recently. At a media conference/school presentation at James L Alexander School in Saskatoon Fairview, Donny spoke about the epidemic of bullying and premiered his new song and music video for Imagine A World. MLA Jennifer Campeau, Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Education (Anti-Bullying Initiative) commented on the government’s perspective and support of the Bully Free Zone campaign. The song has been released to radio and is available for FREE download to the public at www.donnyparenteau.com. Imagine A World is performed in song and on video by Donny Parenteau with Michele Dubois. In addition to a thriving music career, Donny Parenteau speaks passionately to groups on a wide variety of topics, but most dear to his heart is the series he does for schools entitled It Starts With A Dream. Recently after one of his talks, Donny had a conversation with a young girl who had been bullied. He was so moved by this conversation that he wrote Imagine A World. It’s written as a message to both victims and instigators of bullying. Donny is a talented multi-instrumentalist who performs with energy and enthusiasm on the fiddle, mandolin, acoustic and electric guitars, and the unique mandocaster. After 12 years touring with Neal McCoy, this seasoned entertainer has performed with numerous country artists and genuine music icons such as Tim McGraw, Shania Twain and Reba McEntire.
Carleton Place, Ontario Country artist BREA LAWRENSON'S collection of songs reflects her own personal experiences and aspirations. Her musical career has taken her across Canada, and to London, UK. She frequently travels to Nashville to write and record. She's worked with many different songwriters and producers including Stu Epps (UK producer who has worked with the likes of Elton John and Led Zeppelin), Barry Brown (of The Family Brown) and Keith Glass (of the Juno award winning Canadian Country band Prairie Oyster). She's released two music videos, one of which has received over 14,000 views on YouTube. The video for If I'm Not Here Tomorrow is dedicated to all military men and women and has been aired over the Military Network and on Majic 100's Top 20 Countdown Television Broadcast. Brea was recently asked to perform her song on Parliament Hill in Ottawa for the Commissionaires. As well, her song Black And Purple co-written with long-time friend and singer/songwriter Braiden Turner was taken on by the Canadian Red Cross as the anthem for their anti-bullying program RespectED. Both girls became national spokespersons for the program. Earlier this year, Brea released her song Honey to radio and has followed it up with With You Whiskey which is already attracting airplay on Country radio.
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JIM WITTER released his self-titled debut album in 1993 resulting in a string of top 10 hits: Everything & More, Stolen Moments, Distant Drum, Sweet Sweet Poison & Chevy Coupe. He followed up that success with an album entitled All My Life. The title track - which also climbed the charts - was a co-write with Country artist Steve Wariner. Jim has won several CCMA awards and has been nominated for multiple Juno awards. In 2003, he released a Christian album entitled Forgiveness which earned him a GMA Dove Awards nomination for Album of the Year. In recent years, Jim has been touring in The Piano Men - his tribute to the music of Elton John & Billy Joel. Tune in for some great stories, wonderful memories & a couple of Jim's biggest songs.
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Produced by Grammy award-nominated producer Dave Cobb (Jamey Johnson, Secret Sisters, Shooter Jennings), LINDI ORTEGA'S new album Tin Star (to be released Oct 8th) builds on the success of her previous two critically acclaimed works - 2011’s Juno Award-nominated Little Red Boots and 2012's Cigarettes & Truckstops (longlisted for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize). “It’s always my goal to raise the bar with each record I put out. I have witnessed so much talent living in Nashville that has inspired me to push myself even further,” says Toronto-born Lindi. “I like to work with different musicians and producers to change the feel of every release. I don’t want to risk making the same record over and over. Working with a new group brings a new spirit and new ideas to the music.” Several songs on the album touch on the classic themes of country music: loneliness, unrequited love, crumbling relationships and primal desire. Lindi's songs have been featured on the ABC hit TV show Nashville and she made a guest appearance on the show as well. She can be heard singing on Dean Brody's current release at Country radio called Bounty.
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Fast Talk with Vickey Wachtel with co-host Courtney Barker with guest Corey Poirier
Corey Poirier is an award winning in high demand speaker / trainer (having presented to over 50,000 attendees since 2002), Founder / Publisher of one of Atlantic Canadian's Premier Business Publications (Island Business News), a 2 time acclaimed 'and best-selling' author (Conversations With Islanders / Conversations With Atlantic Canadians), CEO of a thriving Seminar and Events Company (more than 2500 different people have gone through his training and seminar programs), writer whose educational articles have appeared more than 900 times in publications (including the likes of Progress, Motivated Magazine Media, Burnside News, SOHO Magazine, and many more), a performer that has shared the bill with Emmy, Star Search, Juno, Gemini, Great Canadian Laugh Off, and ECMA Award Winners, and Award Winning Business Leaders and Television Personalities, and he's a multiple time award winning sales executive, the 2009 / 2010 President of Junior Chamber International (Halifax Chapter), a former Canadian Professional Sales Association member, Toastmaster, Halifax Chamber Ambassador, and an interviewer who has personally interviewed more than 2000 high achievers (including the likes of Arlene Dickinson of CBC's Dragon's Den, Leadership Guru Robin Sharma, Grammy Winner Gordie Sampson, etc.) and, as a result of his highly "customized" dynamic talks, he has close to 1000 testimonials / comments available on request.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review three new films: Closed Circuit, Getaway, and Afternoon Delight.
With the release of her debut solo album Stronger Now in 2012 - produced by Grammy & Juno Award Winning Producer Kevin Doyle - SARAH SMITH proved that she is in fact stronger than ever. A London, Ontario native, Sarah earned national recognition with her rock band The Joys who achieved certified GOLD status, charted nationally on College Radio in 2009 & 2010 and won Best Rock Act at the Jack Richardson Music Awards, also in 2010. By stepping outside the boundaries of The Joys to bring audiences her own voice, Sarah has cultivated a sound built on her experiences. She enjoyed immediate success as a solo artist, claiming awards for Best Singer/Songwriter in 2009 and 2010 at the London Music Awards, Fan Favourite at the 2012 Jack Richardson Music Awards and was host of the Jack Richardson Music Awards in 2011. Her CD Stronger Now was picked as the #1 Album of 2012 by The London Free Press. With comparisons to the likes of Sheryl Crow and Melissa Etheridge, Sarah's own powerhouse vocals will make you stop and listen - and feel what she is singing.
Colin Arthur Wiebe grew up in Victoria, British Columbia. Colin began his career by winning the prestigious American Song Festival with his song “Key To Your Heart”. Colin joined with Juno Award winning singer/songwriter Paul Janz in the 1980′s. In 1991 Colin joined with Canadian legend Randy Bachman (Bachman Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who) and has been singing all the Guess Who material and playing guitar and keyboards since. Colin is prominently featured on the Randy Bachman “Every Song Tells Story DVD” .
Colin’s new CD “Closer To You” is available now on iTunes.
Colin Arthur Wiebe’s debut album, “Livin On Dreams” was produced by Randy Bachman and the single “They Grow Up So Fast” is still played on Soft Rock radio.
Colin wrote the emotional “Red, White & Feeling Blue” in the aftermath of the September 11 tragedy which the US military uses as background music for their “classified” video presentation on 9-11.
“Ride Of Your Life” was written by Colin for the Canadian Cancer Society’s “Cops For Cancer” Tour For a Friend event. Colin performed at both the opening and closing ceremonies as well as providing the entertainment for a number of The Canadian Cancer Society’s fundraising events.
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