In December, celebrated
recording artist Michelle Wright,
will embark on her 2019 Christmas Tour. The tour begins December 3 in
Brantford, ON with shows set across Ontario and Alberta through December
The Michelle Wright Christmas Tour is a holiday tradition
for music lovers of all ages. From carols to your favorite holiday
classics, the renowned show has been putting audiences across Canada in
the festive spirit of the holiday season for over a decade.
Christmas is always a special time for Michelle and, between breaks in her summer tour schedule, Michelle
and producer Bob Funk have been working on new Christmas music.
Navigator Records will release “Silver Bells” to radio and across all
digital platforms just in time for the holidays.
A full list of performances:
December 3 Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts/Brantford, ON
December 4 Wingham Town Hall Heritage Theatre/Wingham, ON
December 5 Gayety Theatre/Collingwood, ON
December 6 Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts/Parry Sound, ON
December 7 Academy Theatre/Lindsay, ON
December 13 Dow Centennial Centre – Shell Theatre/Fort Saskatchewan, AB
December 14 Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Center – Cargill
December 15 Keyano College – Keyano Theatre/Fort McMurray, AB
About Michelle Wright
Multiple CCMA and Juno award-winning recording artist Michelle
Wright has been drawing rave reviews for her expressive voice, and her
distinctive style since her debut CD Do Right By Me was
released in Canada. She is the first Canadian-born artist in the modern
era of country music to have a Top Ten hit in America with her Arista
Records Nashville release, “Take It Like A Man,” a Number One video on
CMT-USA (also for “Take It Like A Man”) and to win a major U.S. music
industry award (the Academy of Country Music Top New Female Artist).
As a songwriter, Michelle’s songs have enjoyed Top 10 and Top 5
chart success, and she fulfilled a career goal when she received a SOCAN
award for one of the most played songs of the year for the song “I
Surrender,” co-written with her good friend Eric Silver. The award was
one of the more than forty major awards, including induction into the
Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame, she has received.
During her 2016 and 2017 concert tours, Michelle and her team saw
firsthand the changing way in which music fans of all ages are consuming
music. She headed back into the studio with producer Bob Funk and the
following year she released a “digital 45” through the Nashville based
Navigator Records imprint, her first new music since the release of Strong in 2005.
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