Dean Brody will share the bill with Dallas Smith on Oct. 16 at Red Deer’s Centrium. (Promotional image).

Brody, Smith and special guests to perform country music show in Red Deer

The tour stops Oct. 16 at the Centrium

Canadian country artists Dallas Smith and Dean Brody will showcase their crowd-pleasing, award-winning talents in Red Deer next week.

Both singer/songwriters will perform along with special guests Chad Brownlee and MacKenzie Porter on Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the Centrium.

Brody has won 16 Canadian Country Music Association Awards and two Juno Awards. In 2008, he made his debut with the single Brothers, which hit the Top 40 in the U.S.

His third album, Dirt, earned the 2012 CCMA album of the year award and a 2013 Juno nomination for country album of the year.

Brody also won the 2012 and 2013 CCMA male artist of the year award.

Brody’s sixth album, Beautiful Freakshow, earned three 2017 CCMA awards, including fan’s choice, songwriter of the year and topselling Canadian single of the year for the tune Bush Party.

Smith (who also fronts for the hard-rock band Default) has been producing country music hits since releasing his solo debut, Jumped Right In, in 2012.

It’s since sold more than 100,000 digital singles and produced five singles on the Canadian Hot 100.

As one of the most played Canadian country acts, Smith has been nominated for male artist of the year, single of the year and album of the year by the Canadian Country Music Association.

He has also performed on the CCMA broadcast award ceremony and went on a sold-out Canadian tour with Bob Seger.

Joining the acclaimed duo is Brownlee, who’s released the single Forever’s Gotta Start Somewhere, and rising star Porter, who’s making waves with the songs Drive Thru and About You.

For more information about the show, contact

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