Bonnyville native and Juno Award-winning country rock singer Clayton Bellamy will entertain at a New Year’s Eve party at Billy Bob’s in Red Deer’s Sheraton Hotel.

Clayton Bellamy to help ring in New Year at Billy Bob’s

Juno Award-winning country rock singer Clayton Bellamy will entertain at a New Year’s Eve party at Billy Bob’s in Red Deer’s Sheraton Hotel. The Bonnyville native is best known for being part of The Road Hammers, a country trio that won a 2006 Juno for its self-titled album.

Juno Award-winning country rock singer Clayton Bellamy will entertain at a New Year’s Eve party at Billy Bob’s in Red Deer’s Sheraton Hotel.

The Bonnyville native is best known for being part of The Road Hammers, a country trio that won a 2006 Juno for its self-titled album.

Bellamy, who has also won four Canadian Country Music Awards and SOCAN Songwriter of the Year Award, has performed at the Grand Ole Opry.

His last solo album Everyone’s a Dreamer was released in March.

But Bellamy’s music career actually started after he graduated from Red Deer College with a music diploma (the vocalist plays the guitar, piano and harmonica), and later moved to Nashville.

Admission is $10. Doors open at 7 p.m. The show is at 10 p.m.

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