Trinity Bradshaw to perform Tuesday at Ponoka Stampede

Never Drinkin’ Again singer Trinity Bradshaw will perform on Tuesday at the Ponoka Stampede.

Never Drinkin’ Again singer Trinity Bradshaw will perform on Tuesday at the Ponoka Stampede.

The singer/songwriter from Prince Edward Island just released her second EP, Open Skies, which contains the catchy country song that’s being played on radio across the country.

Open Skies features a range of Bradshaw tunes — from hard-hitting country to inspired love ballads and other songs springing from experience.

The six-track recording was made with producers Russell Broom (Jann Arden) and Trey Mills and some all-star session players in Nashville.

Bradshaw was nominated for two Alberta Country Music Awards in January and was CMT’s Fresh Face Featured Artist for the month of March.

She got her start in music early, by winning the 2004 Summerside Festival Talent Search at the age of 14 — the youngest-ever winner.

For more information about Bradshaw’s performance on the Stagecoach Stage, visit ponokastampede.com.

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