With her newest single “Liar” available now on country radio, 2017 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards Nominee, Shae Dupuy continues to illustrate just how dedicated she is to her craft. On the heels of her second EP, Brave, Shae won the 2017 Canadian Songwriters Competition in the Country Category. Shae continues to showcase her abilities as a songwriter and a musician, being recognized by the Canadian Music Association of Ontario (CMAO) with nominations in 2016 and 2017. Shae shares writing credits with the top namesakes in country music, Jason Duke, Clayton Bellamy, Patricia Conroy, and Jessica Mitchell, just to name a few. Continuing her evolution, Shae is showing the country music industry just what she is made of, pure talent and determination.
Amanda Sadler is a Canadian singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and passionate philanthropist from Kingston, ON. With a fresh contemporary sound, Sadler is poised to make her mark on country music. Her angelic vocals with a hint of edge and talent for creating moments both on stage and in her songwriting have already captured the attention of Canadian Country radio and the industry alike. Sadler released her self-penned debut EP The Light in August of 2015 which was recorded at Willisoundz in Nashville, TN. The EP features two radio singles, including the infectiously catchy “Nice Just Ain’t Your Colour,” which awarded Sadler a semi-finalist position in the prestigious International Songwriting Competition.
He is always looking for a way to do something to push his limits or take his show to a new level saying, “If you’re going to buy a ticket to see us play, I want you to see the show, not just hear it”, and credits Garth Brooks and Eric Church for their stage presence and energy as a lot of his inspiration. Kris Barclay delivers a very engaging performance showing several sides to today’s country music.