Friday, 20 March | Doors 7 pm, show 7:30 pm
$25 in advance, $30 at the door
Michela Sheedy has graced some of the most esteemed stages in Alberta including performances at the legendary Ranchman's, Cowboy's Nightclub, Big Valley Jamboree, Country Thunder and the Coca-Cola Stage at the Calgary Stampede. In the summer of 2017, Sheedy was titled winner of 96.5 CKFM Country Star Search. Michela recently won the grand prize in the 2018 Global Country Star Search. She has been a finalist in a plethora of Alberta talent competitions including: Calgary Stampede Talent Search, Ponoka Stampede Talent Search, Nashville North Star Competition and Country 105's Rising Star Competition.
Maddison Krebs got her first guitar when she was six, so she could put her poetry to music. Right away, you could see her talents and drive would make her dreams come true.
She dreamed of becoming the lead singer for the Young Canadians; in 2012 she was. She dreamed of having a publishing and record deal by 2016; that’s the year she signed with ole. She dreamed of moving to Nashville to pursue her career by 2018; that’s the year she moved to Music City.
Mariya Stokes Growing up in Stavely Alberta, Stokes was raised in her parents' small-town bar, and at eight years old was sneaking in on Friday afternoons to sing with the local jam band. She fell in love with performing, and is constantly playing shows all over Western Canada; Stokes' summer of 2018 was packed full of shows; most notably, opening for multiple-JUNO award winner, Jann Arden at the Palace Theatre in Calgary and playing at Country Thunder Alberta. She was also a top-12 for Project WILD finisher, which is a country focused artist development program run by Alberta Music and WILD 95.3 (Calgary).