The Great Canadian Road Trip - Doc Walker, Michelle Wright & Jason McCoy
- February 1, 2024 - Showtime: 7:30pm
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Since forming in 1994, award-winning country duo Doc Walker, composed of Chris Thorsteinson and Dave Wasyliw, has become one of Canada’s most beloved country music acts. Over nearly three decades, the pair has won a JUNO Award, 14 Canadian Country Music Association Awards, and had 21 Top 10 Canadian country radio singles, eight #1 CMT videos, and millions of streams.
Doc Walker’s unshakable creative partnership and drive to explore new musical approaches has remained since the 2001 release of their breakthrough album, Curve. The duo is excited to share their new music and classic hits with fans again as they prepare to return to the stage this fall.
Two-time CCMA Male Vocalist of the Year award winner Jason McCoy is also eager to perform on The Great Canadian Roadtrip tour. As a 25-year veteran of the entertainment industry and frontman of one of the best-selling bands in Canadian country music history, The Road Hammers, Jason appears to be the king of reinvention. Since setting out at the age of 19 to follow his own path to stardom, Jason has racked up multiple CCMA and CMA awards along the way in addition to a Gold-certified album and CMA Global Artist Award (Nashville CMA).
Ever-engaging and entertaining, Jason has become an all-round entertainer, from voicing the nationally syndicated Country Radio show Sounds Canadian (2007-2010), to stepping in front of the camera as host of Smashtown (CMT Canada/USA), two seasons of CMT’s Pet Heroes (2010/2011), and Jason McCoy Eats America.
Also joining the tour's epic lineup is one of Canada’s most recognized and awarded female country singers, Michelle Wright. In 1992 she became the first Canadian artist in the modern era of country music to have a Top 10 hit in America, a #1 video on CMT‐USA, and to win a major US music industry award (the Academy of Country Music Top New Female Vocalist Award in 1992).
Michelle has graced concert stages around the world and accepted more than forty major awards, including her 2011 induction into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2022, she released her latest studio project, Milestone and celebrated the 30th anniversary of her hit album, Now & Then.