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Randy J Martin in concert

Randy J Martin’s career started in the early 90s after winning a string of local and regional talent competitions which included Q-93 Star Search, Bud Country Talent Search and Star Track 93. Randy’s rise to the national stage began after his 3 1/2 year iron working stint on the historic Confederation Bridge turned into the set for his radio CMT hit “Ain’t Enough Hours “. This project got National News coverage on CTV and CBC with Nolton Nash. Martin would go on to record 3 solo albums from 94 – 99 producing 8 Top 40 Can Con Hits, 2 top 20’s as well as 4 regularly rotating CMT music videos. He garnered 8 music industry award nominations including 4 AIRA nominations in Nashville, winner International Best New Male Artist, a Big Country Award for Male Artist Of The Year 1998, an ECMA in 2000 for Male Artist of The Year, Album Of The Year in 2001 at the Canadian Indies at the Juno Awards for Independent Country Album Of The Year. In 2001, Randy was asked by his musical hero and friend Stompin Tom Connors to tour across Canada as his opening act, playing to audiences as big as 45,000 people. In 2002 Randy J Martin moved out to Alberta where he formed the band Sweet Tequila and went on to record 3 more albums. Randy continues to write songs and has penned hits with artists such as Thomas Wade, Jo Hikk, Tristan Horncastle, Mike Gouchi and Sweet Tequila. Sweet Tequila still tours to this day throughout Western Canada as the band has shared stages with some of the biggest names in the business. Balanced with running a concert firm, an agency and a TV Network, Life is good

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Stompin' Tom Centre
14024 Route 14, Skinners Pond, PE


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