Canadian musician Brownlee headliner at Caledon Day Goes Country

March 17, 2016   ·   0 Comments

It’s sure to be a Caledon Day Gone Country on Saturday, June 18,when Canadian country musician Chad Brownlee takes the stage.

Headlining act, Brownlee, is an award-winning singer, songwriter, philanthropist and former NHL draft pick. His singles have reached the Top 10 country music charts, including “Listen”, “Smoke In The Rain” and “Crash”. His new album, The Fighters, will be released on June 3.

He has received a JUNO nomination for Country Album of the Year, and consecutive Canadian Country Music Association Award Male Artist of the Year nominations (2012 & 2013). This British Columbia native was the recipient of the 2011 Rising Star Award at the CCMA Awards.

Kris Barclay, who will open for Brownlee, is an Ajax, Ont. native. After a successful Junior “A” hockey career, Barclay set his sights on Nashville and country music. He has played the country bar circuit, including The Corral in Oshawa, Big Texas in Niagara Falls, and 2015 CCMA Country Bar of the Year – Boots & Bourbon in Toronto.

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