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Anna Sekura

Anna Sekura is back home to stay!!

Born in Canada she moved to Holland at age nine with her mother. Anna has always loved country music and was named one of the top ten country performers by the Dutch Country Music Magazine.

Since moving back to Canada, Anna has had personal performances in Toronto, Cambridge, Simcoe & Brantford.

Anna has also shared the stage with many top county bands such as Todd Nolan & South Mountain.

Anna has performed songs by other artists like Shania Twain, Faith Hill, Reba McEntire and Trisha Yearwood. But not for long, she has a folder of her own songs that are in the process of getting published and you will be hearing these songs in the near future.

Nick Charles

As a newcomer to todays New Country Music , Nick Charles provides a dynamic, high energy show.

Played the last country show at Lulu's Roadrouse before closing it's doors

In February 2000 Nick played at the opening of new country hotspot in Hamilton at Traxx Corral

Nick has performed to rave reviews on his ongoing tour of Ontario

Nick has shared the stage in recent performaces with Jim Witter, Jamie Warren, John Landry, Lace, Kenny Munshaw, Beverly Mahood & Terry Sumsion.

The Saltwater Kowboyz

The Saltwater Koyboyz band has been described by Vickie Van Dyke as Kitchener's hottest new-country act. The Kowboyz hav ebuilt a steady following in their region through their club dates at the Stampede Ranch (Guelph) Stampede Corral (Kitchener) and the L'l BigHorn (Cambridge)

As a five piece band, The Saltwater Kowboyz delivers a big sound to the popular dance music which is new country.

Their repertoire features many of today's top country artists, such as Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Dwight Yoakam And The Mavericks, to name a few. The Saltwater Kowboyz offer a complete country package with the best of new country,traditional country songs, and foot-stompin' old time fiddle tunes.


John Landry

"If it moves you, then it's music, regardless of it's melodic style." So says John Landry, a country music artist unlike any other, at least in so far as his influences are concerned. With a CD collection that spans to Mozart and Elton John, it's not surprising to hear Landry say that it's all about the music, and how it makes you feel while listening to it. Although Landry's music is undeniably country, his long, lanky frame and telltale Stetson are at home in the opera, theatre and country bars alike.

A native of Eastern Quebec, the 29 year-old Landry's first performance was for his grandmother, back when he was four years old. She recorded him singing Charlie Pride's "Snakes Crawl at Night", on an old recorder and captured the very first expression of what would later become a life long passion. Afterwards, as he grew up and went to school, he would be reminded of the boyhood love he held for making music.

"I went to school to become a Flight Medic, always holding onto my dream of being a country singer," remembers Landry."While working I wrote a song about a friend who was having a tough time dealing with some issues. The song affected her in a way that I never could have with just simple words. I think that was my first time I realized just how powerful music was and that I wanted to spend the rest of my life performing it."

Those talents are evident in Landry's full-length debut CD titled, Forever Took Too Long. released in July of 1999, chosen as the # 1 Canadian Country Album in Country Music News. The album showcases the singer/songwriter's ability to touch the listener's heart with powerful, meaningful ballads and then turn on the heat with songs that'll make you want to get up and dance.

Recently performing at several fundraisers (OCMA, Cystic Fibrosis and the Heart & Stroke Foundation), Landry had the opportunity to perform in the opening spot for Julian Austin and met Jamie Warren, one of his Canadian influences. In the process, Warren referred him to J. Richard Hutt at Cedartree Studios, and the rest is history.

A newcomer to the business, Landry is a country music star who is ready to shine. An undeniable talent through his youth, he is more astounded than anyone else when he looks around and realizes that he is in the company of incredible Canadian country talents like, Jamie Warren, Giselle, Beverley Mahood, Fred Hale (his co-writer on the debut single There You Were), and many others. Like his peers growing in the Canadian country music industry, Landry is on his way to fulfilling a dream of a lifetime, for a lifetime, and beyond.