Canadian country star, Tebey hit the Havelock Country Jamboree stage on Friday night to play for thousands of country music fans, and we were there to take it all in and document the action in photos.
Have a look and be ready for more photos from more shows and festivals coming soon!
Two years in the making, No End In Sight, represents thousands of miles spent on the road, thousands of hours working on the music, and one big, full introduction to country music fans.
We first saw Runaway Angel at Boots & Hearts 2014 as part of the SiriusXM Emerging Artist Showcase, and quickly followed that up with our first interview and feature at a community event in Toronto. Since then we’ve kept tabs on Cadence, Ann, and Stacey as they’ve pushed to release their first radio single, Run Angel Run, book shows at the 2016 Havelock Country Jamboree, and now release their first full length album to the world.
Friday night at Boots & Bourbon in Toronto we celebrated that release with the band, family, friends, and fans – who all brought their own excitement to the party.
Note: This isn’t a full review, but I can tell you that I’ve already listened to No End In Sight, front-to-back, three times. It’s a well put together album that does an excellent job of featuring all three of Runaway Angels’ talented voices (really, their harmonies are fantastic), and should serve as an excellent push to their burgeoning careers. I would recommend these 10 tracks for a listen, and I won’t be the only one to tell you that.
The party kicked off with Cadence, Ann, and Stacey playing Tumbleweed from the record, and continued for a total of 15 songs on the same Boots & Bourbon stage that has seen Miranda Lambert and Brett Kissel.
‣ Tumbleweed ‣ My Someday ‣ Our Story ‣ Do What I Want ‣ If You Only Knew ‣ Around The Bend ‣ Her* ‣ Run Angel Run ‣ Devil’s Doorbell* ‣ Heart to Break ‣ Easy ‣ Life is a Highway° ‣ June ‣ One Last Time° °cover *new song
Runaway Angel did a fantastic job up on stage, they were full of energy, they entertained the crowd, and they were amazing as they stayed to meet, talk to, and take Polaroids with everyone. And we aren’t surprised. Every time we see them, big show or small, or even just in our travels around the city, Cadence, Ann, and Stacey show us that they’ve grown into Runaway Angle more and more.
And the journey has just begun… you might say there’s No End In Sight…
Pick up your copy of Runaway Angel’s No End In Sight on iTunes, and stay tuned to the girls’ social media channels for updates from the road as they continue their press and radio tour…
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This morning Havelock released their first list of artists and we’re pretty excited. They’ve chosen some of my favourite artists. Let’s get started!
The Band Perry, one of my absolute favourite live acts. Kimberley, Reid and Neil Perry have been at this since 2005 and they’re getting better and better. They’ve got a new single out, “Live Forever” and I can’t wait to hear what else is coming from this super talented country/pop/rock trio. (Saturday, August 20th, 2016)
Sammy Kershaw has been around since the ’90’s winning his way into the hearts of country music fans with his initial offering which went Platinum and included four hits including “Cadillac Style,” “Queen of My Double Wide”, “Don’t Go Near the Water”, the title track, and “Yard Sale”. Sammy’s got a new album out “I Won’t Back Down” and he’ll be bringing a whole lot of country experience to Havelock. (Friday, August 19th, 2016)
Chad Brownlee one of the hardest working Canadian musicians I know, and that’s saying a lot! Chad always brings his best to the party and never disappoints. We’d be surprised if he wasn’t in the line up. (Thursday, August 18th, 2016)
Asleep At The Wheel have been known as one of the best western swing outfits in the business. Based out of Austin they’ve released over 20 studio albums and charted more than 20 singles. (Friday, August 19th, 2016)
Jess Moskaluke, riding high off her latest CCMA Best Female Artist of the Year Award, is a natural for this festival. Jess’ new album “Kiss Me Quiet” is dazzling the Canadian country music scene. I love Jess and I’m thrilled that she’s getting the recognition she deserves. (Saturday August 20th, 2016)
Jaydee Bixby who some of you might recognize from Canadian Idol Season 5 has been honing his country presence most of his life. Raised in a musical family Jaydee has comes by his talent naturally. The young singer songwriter is a welcome addition to the Havelock lineup. (Friday, August 19th, 2016)
Runaway Angel, I’ve been a huge fan of these ladies from the first time I heard them. Their wonderful harmonies, relatable lyrics and passion are all part of the package. Cadence Grace, Ann Chaplin and Stacey Zegers have all had success as solo artists but the blending of these talents is other worldly. Runaway Angel is a staple in the Ontario music scene and they’re starting to get a lot of attention. I’ve said it before, watch these ladies! (Thursday, August 18th, 2016)
Kansas Stone is completely new to me and I love that. I’ve done a bit of digging and they look and sound like something I can get behind. This high energy, seven piece band is a great choice for the opening day lineup. Listing influences as Alabama, Bon Jovi, Garth Brooks, Waylon Jennings and Jason Aldean their sound makes a lot of sense. They’ve shared the stage with headliners Dallas Smith, Brett Kissel, Aaron Pritchett, Beverley Mahood and Tebey. (Thursday, August 18th, 2016)
Paula Chopik & Ed Leslie won the Impact Award at the CMAO’s this year for their work on The Havelock Country Jamboree. They know what they’re doing and they’re putting together a stellar lineup for 2016. I can hardly wait for the next announcement.
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