Brody kicks off his first national headlining tour beginning January 24
in Victoria bringing Canada’s brightest artists across four regions to
support Brody’s 26 dates. Support acts include Small Town Pistols
(January 24-February 1), Bobby Wills (February 5,7,9,10), Keith and
Renee (February 12-16) and Dylan Guthro (February 18-22). Tickets for
The Dirt Tour 2013 are currently on sale with 11 markets including
Cranbrook, Regina, Hamilton, Orillia and Fredericton already sold out.
For full listings and information on the support acts, see below.
Honoured with the 2012 CCMA Award for Male Artist of the Year, Brody has received the award for Album of the Year (Trail In Life and Dirt) at the CCMA Awards in 2011 and 2012. His third album, Dirt, released in April 2012, debuted
at #1 on the iTunes Canadian Country Chart and continues to rank in the
Top 20. With over 100,000 digital singles sales from Dirt to date,
Brody released his fourth single “Underneath The Apple Trees” to radio
on January 8. Named the #1 Most Played Canadian Country Artist at radio
in both 2011 and 2012, Brody has charted ten Top 10 singles including
the #1 single “Canadian Girls,” #2 hit “Bob Marley” and “It’s Friday”
featuring Great Big Sea. He has earned 17 CCMA Award nominations, two
JUNO Award nominations and four of his videos have reached #1 on CMT’s
Top 20 Countdown with an additional six videos charting in the Top 5.
The success of Dirt has brought Brody to the forefront of
audiences; featured on Degrassi – The Next Generation, performing at
CBC’s Fall Season Preview, CBC’s Stampede 100! and on the cover of
January 2013’s issue of Canadian Musician.

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Small Town Pistols 
a year ago, Tyler Wilkinson headed out to Nashville thinking he’d help
his sister Amanda write her next solo record. Instead, he found himself
with a whole new band. Small Town Pistols is what Tyler and Amanda ended
up calling themselves, after the prolonged writing sabbatical turned
into a recording odyssey that stretched from Tennessee, to Toronto, to
Vancouver. Along the way, they enlisted the help of friends like Joey
Moi, and Steve Bays-plus their dad, Steve-to construct a debut,
self-titled album that swings gracefully from vintage country to chiming
modern pop. Small Town Pistols is the result of an abiding and maturing dedication to songcraft, as well as a long and deep connection as performers.
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Bobby Wills
2010 Bobby began working on “If It Was That Easy” with
songwriter/producer Mike Pyle (Blake Shelton), who introduced Wills to
the Muscle Shoals music scene and to his friend, legendary songwriter
Walt Aldridge (Tim McGraw, Reba McEntire). Wills feels his new CD “If It
Was That Easy”, featuring the Top 10 single “Show Some Respect”, and
the current Top 25 (and rising) smash “Somebody Will”, is a true
reflection of Bobby Wills, the artist. His elegant country vocals are
overlaid on modern country sounds that nestle in neatly alongside Zac
Brown and Carrie Underwood on country music playlists.
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Keith and Renee
based Keith and Renee are a dynamic duo who have been touring and
recording fiercely for the past ten years and are currently on the road
in support of their latest CD Best Day. The album was recognized as the Country Recording of the Year
at the 2011 Western Canadian Music Awards. They have toured with fan
and supporter Jann Arden and recently opened a series of dates for
Dallas Smith and Chad Brownlee.

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Dylan Guthro
His debut recording, All That’s True,
charged out of the gate this year and has already garnered
singer-songwriter Dylan Guthro, a Music Nova Scotia award for New Artist
Recording of the Year. From his two sold-out release concerts in
Halifax, to his summer festival schedule, to his month long tour of
Denmark and Germany, Dylan has been winning over fans and industry with
his catchy and sincere songs, his superb musicianship and his impressive
vocals. An experienced and entertaining performer, Dylan Guthro was
brought up in a musical household. He picked up his first guitar at the
age of four and has since toured with his dad, the internationally
renowned Bruce Guthro, as far as the prestigious Tonder Festival in
Denmark and as close to home as the Stan Rogers Folk Festival.
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