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The Reklaws move into #1 with ‘Long Live The Night’ and High Valley debut with their new song ‘Young Forever.’
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The Lovelocks tell us about their new single ‘Staycation’ and preview music from their forthcoming album!
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Watch their cover of Cyndi Lauper’s ‘Time After Time’
Jojo Mason joins us at Trench Recordings with his band to play us some music and share stories from both the road and the stage! Wait until you hear what song he chose to cover…
The Washboard Union, River Town Saints & Tebey
SiriusXM Announces Top of the Country Semi-Finalists
As you know, we’re on the lookout for Canada’s next BIG act with some amazing prizes on the line, including $25,000 and a slot on stage at some of Canada’s biggest country music festivals! Congrats to our semi-finalists listed above! We’ve invited them to perform in studios across the country to record a song on which fans will be able to vote. We’ll keep you posted when voting opens! Find all the details here
New This Week in Canadian Country
Hunter Brothers just dropped a new single called ‘Those Were the Nights.’ They’ll join High Valley on the road next month. Visit hunterbrothers.com to find out more.
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Paul Brandt dropped a new single just in time for the weekend called “All About Her.” At the beginning of the video, you’ll hear some heartfelt words from Paul and his wife! From the upcoming EP “The Journey YYC: Vol. 1”, out April 6, 2018.
Scotty Kipfer announced the release of his debut solo album ‘Taking My Time’ with the premiere of the first single, ‘Falling Like the Rain.’