Local Music

Justin Labrash

Justin LaBrash is a sixth generation Saskatchewan farmer and all around cowboy. With a dynamic and high energy live show, Justin entertains the audience with originals as well new twists on the classics.  He has played all across Canada from Vancouver, British Columbia to St. John’s, Newfoundland and many points in between. 

Justin released his debut single, "Play" worldwide in September 2015 and his second single "Blue Collar Worker" was released in March 2016. He released his third single, "Honeybee" at the same time as his debut album in July 2016. "Honeybee" received radio play in every province in Canada and landed at the #2 spot on the Canadian country radio downloads. In February, 2017, Justin released “Hooked On You” along with his debut music video.  His fourth single to Canadian radio reached the #4 spot on the Most Active Indies weekly chart for all genres in Canada and the video has been viewed in 34 countries to date. 

He enjoys entertaining people from all walks of life and regularly will perform at nursing homes, the children's wards at local hospitals, and the Cosmopolitan Learning Centre. Justin believes strongly in building communities and “paying it forward”. He has formed a partnership with the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan Foundation and a portion of the revenue he personally receives for performances is donated to the CHSF. 

With his country roots running deep and big heart, Justin has made fans throughout Saskatchewan, across this great nation, as well as in more than ten countries around the world.

Aces Wyld

Aces Wyld brings together three exemplary, well-schooled musicians and songwriters who all possess a natural penchant for entertaining. Steve Andrew (lead vocals, keyboard, rhythm guitar), Brett Browatzke (lead guitar) and traditional multi-instrumentalist Sam Derbawka each bring a unique and diverse repertoire of musical influences to the table, creating an overall sound that is truly cutting-edge country, with a respectful nod to the genre’s vast traditions.

This is a band comprised of music fans, first and foremost, who share their love for engaging, raucous and authentically effervescent country music. The talented triplet’s most recent single, Like a Country Song, highlights Aces Wyld’s ability to craft songs that go beyond genre; songs that are accessible to anyone who loves music that evokes good times, good memories and good friends.

“We make a real effort to engage the crowd and make a connection with them. It’s something we’ve been complemented on by audiences, booking agents and some pretty important people on the country music scene here in Saskatchewan. Listen, we’re basically small town guys who love what we do, love making music and love entertaining people who want to have a good time” said Browatzke.

See more at http://www.aceswyld.com or on Facebook

“It’s very upbeat, very diverse, with a solid country foundation, but it has an original aura to it. When you hear the songs we’re working on, it’s unlike anything else you would be hearing, and I think that’s because each one of us comes from such different musical backgrounds,” Andrew said.

“I think what we’re doing is very progressive. A lot of genres evolve and reform over time and I think that happens with country music too. So we feel what we’re doing is on the edge of something that is new sounding for county music. It’s a mix of the traditional, with the New Country sound and some Alt-Country, but it still sounds like something fresh,” added Derbawka.

“We make a real effort to engage the crowd and make a connection with them. It’s something we’ve been complemented on by audiences, booking agents and some pretty important people on the country music scene here in Saskatchewan. Listen, we’re basically small town guys who love what we do, love making music and love entertaining people who want to have a good time” said Browatzke.

Justine Sletten

Justine Sletten has been singing since before she could speak! Music has always been a part of her life. She has spent the last 6 years formally studying voice with one of Saskatoon’s premier vocal Instructors, Marilyn Whitehead.

She has spent the past three years studying both piano and guitar. In 2016 Justine was chosen as one of 8 performers in North America to participate in a Complete Coaching Program by Tamara Beatty, Vocal Coach for “The Voice.”

She has been competing at Music Festivals for the better part of her youth amassing a variety of awards and scholarships including Most Promising Vocalist in 2015. Further to his, in 2015 she was awarded the Royal Conservatory Gold Medal for achieving the highest mark in the province in her vocal examination.

Her performances are always well received by audiences of all ages.

In June 2016 Justine won the Saskatoon Country Music Association Youth Star Search Competition. This award motivated her to pursue a career in music more seriously.

Check out Justine's Facebook Page for more information

Justine Sletten Country 104 Debut:

The Counterfeit Outlaws

The Counterfeit Outlaws come from the southwest corner of Saskatchewan. They have a unique blend of Country, Bluegrass and Blues that is reminisant of the country outlaws of yesterday.  With front-man Darren leading the way, Craig, Berk and Andrew add a one of a kind mix to The Counterfeit Outlaws sound. They have a busy schedule performing all over Alberta and Saskatchewan. Keep an eye out this spring for their debut EP release.

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Mitch Larock


Hailing from Eatonia, Saskatchewan, Mitch Larock and the 4:54 band have a unique mix of country and rock that will keep the crowd up all night long.  With their big harmonies and great Rhythm section you're bound to have a great night!

Larock released his first single called "Off My Mind" in January of 2016.  2017 is looking to be another exciting year for Mitch and the group, with an EP album on its way and a full schedule of shows booked around the province!


Tenille Arts

Tenille Arts was born and raised in the small, Canadian prairie town of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Tenille’s dream of performing took root at the age of 8, when a neighbor overheard her singing a Shania Twain song in her backyard and encouraged her mom to help her pursue music. After years of hard work, Tenille began making the long trip to Nashville to advance her songwriting skills. Her determination and talent led to steadily increasing successes as she earned a publishing deal in Nashville, and saw her 2016 debut EP peak at #1 on the iTunes Canada Country Album Chart as well as crack the top 100 on the U.S. iTunes Country Album Chart. In 2017, she surpassed a million streams on Apple Music and 2 million total streams. Tenille’s song “Cold Feet” has helped grow her fanbase with a popular video, while receiving much critical acclaim, including a rare feature article on an independent release by Tom Roland in Billboard Country. Arts released her first full-length album “Rebel Child” in October 2017 having cowritten 10 of the 11 songs. It debuted at #2 on the iTunes Canada Top Country Albums Chart, #12 on the All-Genres Chart, and #34 in the United States.
Tenille caught the attention of Popculture.com and was recently named a 2018 Artist to Watch. She is sure to live up to that with her national television debut on January 29th, 2018 on ABC’s The Bachelor.

You can catch her on Country 104.9 with "What He's Into".



Brock Andrews

Brock Andrews is a 4 time international award winning songwriter who enjoyed the biggest year of his career in 2016. He started the year on the road across Western Canada as the opening act for hockey legend turned country artist Theo Fleury. He was featured on the Saskatchewan Country Star's compilation album in 2016 and was honoured by the CBC as a future 40 award recipient. The summer 0f 2016 saw Brock performing at several festivals including Craven Country Jamboree, Eagle Creek and the Stony Plain Summer Sessions. Andrews is now hitting the road on a radio tour in support of his newly released debut album "Eight" which is debuted on the Canadian country Itunes charts at #15. The album Eight is now available on iTunes and everywhere digitally. 

The first single to radio in 2016 is "Collide" a song that was co-written by good friend Codie Prevost about summer love and trying to make it last. 

Watch for Brock Andrews on tour this fall with Brody Siebert in BC, Alberta, Sk and Manitoba and with Theo Fleury in Ontario, Nova Scotia and PEI.

Shantaia Poulin


Shantaia Poulin is a singer/songwritter born and raised in Spiritwood, Saskatchewan now living in Saskatoon. This talented artist had the opportunity to go to Nashville to record with mentor and producer Crystal Shawanda, a Canadian born musician who has won many awards including CCMAFemale Vocalist of the Year and Juno Album of The Year.


Brodie Siebert


Born and raised in the small farming community of Spiritwood Saskatchewan, Brody grew up in a family full of musical talent where he was heavily influenced by older brother Riley Siebert. Coming from a family of musical talent Brody has worked hard to be the musician he is today and wants to be. Brody started learning guitar when he was 15 and started learning to sing very shortly after. His love for writing songs is beyond this world and shows very strong talent in the field of writing. Having played numerous outdoor venues like the Carlton Trail Jamboree, Country at The Creek and Craven Country Jamboree. He has had the great opportunity of opening for The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at the Craven Country Jamboree, Opened for Aaron Pritchett at The Pump Roadhouse In Regina SK, and has played numerous bars around Saskatchewan with his band Thirty Aught Six.

Listen for his song "I'm in a Bar" on Country 104.

Website: http://www.brodysiebert.com/

Foxx Worthee

Half shotgun shell, half wildflower, Foxx Worthee came together in 2004 as vocalists Crystal and Nicole came together to create one of the most original country music acts in Canada today. Known for their effortless harmonies and willingness to push the boundaries of country music, Foxx Worthee has established themselves as one of the most sought after bands in Alberta.

As a fixture on the country music circuit, Foxx Worthee has garnered recognition across the music industry as electric entertainers and have been regular performers at both the Calgary Stampede and the Craven Country Jamboree.

After years touring both Alberta and the girls’ home province of Saskatchewan, Foxx Worthee has stepped back into the studio in 2016 with the release of two new singles to country radio and spreading their music from coast to coast.

Check back on their website regularly and follow the girls as they make 2017 a year to remember.

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