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Tune in today at 9 am EST on my YouTube channel for the live premiere of my new single + video ‘If The Beat’s Alright’!

Tim Hicks - If The Beat's Alright - YouTube

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From the album ‘New Tattoo’ available everywhere

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Key Facts
Tim Hicks has been streamed over 60 MILLION times globally
Tim has 255,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, 62% of his streams come from users own playlists!!
His current single ‘What A Song Should Do’ hit #1 at Canadian country radio
Tim took home the awards for Male Artist of the Year and the Nielsen Compass Award last week at the CMAO Awards
Tim has 16 MILLION YouTube views and 27,000 subscribers

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Tim Hicks earns his first #1 song at Canadian country radio with his current hit single ‘What A Song Should Do.’ (#1 on both Mediabase Country Radio Charts and Nielsen BDS Charts)

Tim Hicks - What A Song Should Do - YouTube

Listen to ‘What A Song Should Do’ from the album ‘New Tattoo’ Available Now

Tim Hicks – country music’s blue collar everyman, building from local acclaim to a nationally recognized name, has cemented his reputation as an elite chart topping act since making his country label debut in 2013. The platinum selling entertainer’s catalogue of highly praised releases including: “Throw Down”, “5:01”, “5:01+”, “Shake These Walls” and most recently, 2018’s “New Tattoo”, have earned the four-time JUNO Award nominee and CCMA Award winner, two PLATINUM selling singles, 6 GOLD singles, one GOLD album and twelve Top 10 radio hits with his long-time label Open Road Recordings, in addition to multiple sold-out headlining dates and tours across the country and a notable 2018 CCMA Award nomination for Apple Music Fans’ Choice.

The first recipient of the Nielsen Compass Award, an honour that recognizes an artist for the most total content plays including streams, single and album sales as well as total social media following, Hicks released his fourth full-length studio album “New Tattoo” in June (2018) and followed with the national “Get Loud” headlining tour last fall, where he partnered with PLUS1 and donated $1 from every ticket to the Unison Fund and their work providing counseling and emergency relief services to the Canadian music community. The album’s first single “LOUD”, was licensed by the NHL in North America, and was the #1 most added song at Canadian radio (all formats), its first week of release. The track currently has over 3 million streams – adding to his collective 60 million streams worldwide to date.

Hicks, continues to lead the way, expanding the songwriting, sound and style that helps define today’s country music. The platinum selling entertainer is a “true star on the Canadian country music scene” (GoBe Weekly), “proving he knows how to tailor his songs to his ever-expanding audience” and commemorating his wide-open sound as one of the defining influences on today’s Canadian County Music.

Hicks’ current single “What A Song Should Do” is soaring up the charts as Tim celebrates his 4th JUNO Nomination for 2019 Country Album of the Year.

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Congratulations to all of the 2019 Indie Awards Winners. Tim Hicks takes home Video of the Year for – The Worst Kind (feat. Lindsay Ell) directed by Ben Knechtel.

Tim Hicks - The Worst Kind (feat. Lindsay Ell) - YouTube

The Canadian Independent Music Awards known as “The Indies” acknowledge, promote and honour the achievements of Canadian and International independent artists in the independent music sector.

Indies website – www.indies.ca

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Tim Hicks - What A Song Should Do - YouTube

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“I’m so excited for you guys to see this video. I’m really proud of this song and its message, and I wanted to make a video that reflects that. Each of the mini stories represent some of the best feelings that music should give you when you hear it. We couldn’t possibly cover the range of emotions that music can make us feel in one song, but we did our best to highlight a few of the good ones throughout the video. I especially like the little guy stealing a record and sneaking into his brother’s room to listen to it! I spent a lot of time listening to music like that when I was his age. Hope you enjoy it and most of all, I hope it makes you go ‘Hell Yeah!'” – Tim Hicks

Multi-platinum, award-winning entertainer Tim Hicks releases his new single, “What A Song Should Do”, from his Juno-nominated album New Tattoo. Hicks recently wrapped his 2018 Get Loud Tour across Canada, and is currently nominated for six CMAO Awards, including Fans’ Choice of the Year.

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Official lyric video on IGTV: https://bit.ly/2ZlITMU

(Tim Hicks, Karen Kosowski, Emma-Lee)
© Tim Hicks Music (SOCAN) / Karen Kosowski (SOCAN/BMI) / Emma-Lee (SOCAN)

If it don’t make you dance
It better make you think
If it don’t get you sober
It better make you drink
Yeah it’s what you drive to, cry to
Make you feel alive to
When you got nothin’ left to lose
It better get you laughin’
Or break your heart in two
That’s what a song should do

It should make you go hell yeah (hell yeah!)
Me too (me too!)
Yeah that’s what a song should do
It should make you feel alright (alright!)
All night (all night!)
With four chords and the truth
That’s what a song should do

It’s that old record
Your daddy used to play
It’s that first dance
On your wedding day
Yeah it should shape you, change you
Break you down and break through
Like you got nothin’ left to prove
Worthy of words on your tattoo
That’s what a song should do

It should make you go hell yeah (hell yeah!)
Me too (me too!)
Yeah that’s what a song should do
It should make you feel alright (alright!)
All night (all night!)
With four chords and the truth
Yeah it should be the sound track

Singin’ every moment of your life
The beat that’ll keep the party goin’ ‘til the sunrise
Can’t help but sing along to
It should make you go hell yeah, or me too
That’s what a song should do
Oh ya!

Whoa oh whoa oh whoa oh
That’s what a song should do
That’s what a song should do
Whoa oh whoa oh whoa oh
It should mean something to you

So what keeps you goin’
What puts that flicker in your flame
And when your candle burns out
What song they gonna play
What song they gonna play?

It should make you go hell yeah (hell yeah!)
Me too (me too!)
Yeah that’s what a song should do
It should make you feel alright (alright!)
All night (all night!)
With four chords and the truth
Yeah it should be the sound track

Singin’ every moment of your life
The beat that’ll keep the party goin’ ‘til the sunrise
Can’t help but sing along to
It should make you go hell yeah, or me too
That’s what a song should do

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It makes you go, HELL YA! ME TOO? What do YOU think a song should do?

Tell us below for the chance to win a Tim Hicks merch pack and to be part of a new version of ‘What A Song Should Do’ … created by you!

Tim will selects his favourite new lines and share an acoustic rendition of the song on social with your line included and those lucky few will also win an exclusive Tim Hicks merch pack!

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It Should Make You …
If It Don’t Make You …
It Better Make You …
It’s that …

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OFFICIAL LYRICS

If it don’t make you dance
It better make you think
If it don’t get you sober
It better make you drink
Yeah it’s what you drive to, cry to
Make you feel alive to
When you got nothin’ left to lose
It better get you laughin’
Or break your heart in two
That’s what a song should do

It should make you go hell yeah (hell yeah!)
Me too (me too!)
Yeah that’s what a song should do
It should make you feel alright (alright!)
All night (all night!)
With four chords and the truth
That’s what a song should do

It’s that old record
Your daddy used to play
It’s that first dance
On your wedding day
Yeah it should shape you, change you
Break you down and break through
Like you got nothin’ left to prove
Worthy of words on your tattoo
That’s what a song should do

It should make you go hell yeah (hell yeah!)
Me too (me too!)
Yeah that’s what a song should do
It should make you feel alright (alright!)
All night (all night!)
With four chords and the truth
Yeah it should be the sound track

Singin’ every moment of your life
The beat that’ll keep the party goin’ ‘til the sunrise
Can’t help but sing along to
It should make you go hell yeah, or me too
That’s what a song should do
Oh ya!

Whoa oh whoa oh whoa oh
That’s what a song should do
That’s what a song should do
Whoa oh whoa oh whoa oh
It should mean something to you

So what keeps you goin’
What puts that flicker in your flame
And when your candle burns out
What song they gonna play
What song they gonna play?

It should make you go hell yeah (hell yeah!)
Me too (me too!)
Yeah that’s what a song should do
It should make you feel alright (alright!)
All night (all night!)
With four chords and the truth
Yeah it should be the sound track

Singin’ every moment of your life
The beat that’ll keep the party goin’ ‘til the sunrise
Can’t help but sing along to
It should make you go hell yeah, or me too
That’s what a song should do

Stream the fan created ‘What A Song Should Do’ playlist on Spotify (updated each week)!

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY

HOW TO ENTER
Beginning at 12:00am Eastern Time (“ET”) on February 18, 2019, entrants can enter the “What A Song Should Do Contest” (the “Contest”) via an on-line entry form by going to http://timhicksmusic.com/WhatASongShouldDo All entries must include all information requested on the on-line form. Any use of automated devices is prohibited. Limit of one (1) entry per person.

The sponsor of this Contest is RGK Entertainment Group. (collectively, the “Sponsor”).

CONTEST CLOSING DATE: To be eligible to win the Contest, entries must be received no later than 11:59pm ET on April 1st, 2019 (the “Contest Closing Date”).

GRAND PRIZE
There will be one (1) grand prize package (the “Grand Prize Package”) available to be won. The Grand Prize Package consists of:

• Tim Hicks Merch Pack
• Inclusion in a fan created, acoustic version of ‘What A Song Should Do’

Approximate retail value of the Grand Prize Package is $50 CAD.

THE DRAW
Contest judges at the RGK Entertainment Group office located at 2450 Victoria Park Avenue, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario M2J 5H3, will make a random draw for the Grand Prize Package on March 25th, 2019 from all eligible entries received on or before the Contest Closing Date. The first attempt to contact a selected entrant by email or phone will be made within two (2) business days of the draw date.

The chances of being selected in the Contest draw depend upon the total number of eligible entries received.

All decisions of the judges are final in all matters relating to this Contest.

ELIGIBILITY
The Contest is open to all residents of Canada, excluding the Province of Quebec, with the exception of: employees of the Sponsor’s, their respective parent, related and affiliated companies, subsidiaries, franchisees, advertising and promotional agencies, and any other parties engaged in the development, production or distribution of the Contest materials, or those living in the same household as any of the above.

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All Contest entries become the property of the Sponsor and no correspondence will be entered into except with selected entrant(s).

By entering the Contest, entrants consent to the use of their name, city of residence and image on videotape and/or photograph in any publicity carried out by any one or all of the Sponsor with respect to this Contest, without further notice or compensation.

By entering this Contest electronically and voluntarily providing your personal information, entrants consent and agree to the Sponsor’s collection and use of the entrant’s information for the administration of this Contest and agree to Sponsor’s use of entrant information for the purpose of contacting entrant in relation to this Contest.

By participating in this Contest, entrants acknowledge compliance with, and agree to be bound by, these Contest Rules and Regulations, including eligibility requirements. Entrants release and hold harmless the Sponsor, their respective parent, related and affiliated companies, subsidiaries, members, dealers, advertisers, franchisees, promotional agencies and each of their respective directors, successors, sponsors, partners, licensees, officers, subsidiaries, agents, employees, artists, advisors, assignees, and all others associated with the development and execution of the Contest, from and against any and all manner of action, causes of action, suits, debts, covenants, contracts, claims and demands, including legal fees and expenses, whatsoever, including but not limited to, claims based on negligence, breach of contract and fundamental breach and liability for physical injury, death, or property damage which the entrants or his/her administrators, heirs, successors or assigns might have or could have, by reason of or arising out of the entrant’s participation in the Contest and/or in connection with the acceptance and/or exercise by the entrant of the Grand Prize Package awarded.

The Sponsor is not responsible for incorrect or inaccurate entry information which may affect a person’s ability to participate in the Contest or be awarded a prize, including but not limited to human error, technical malfunctions, lost or delayed entries for any reason, mail failures, omission, or any combination thereof, and entries which fail to fully comply with these Contest Rules and Regulations. No responsibility will be taken by the Sponsor for lost, delayed, mutilated or misdirected entries or Declaration and Release Forms.

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(a) Sponsor agrees to maintain records of CASL compliance, including but not limited to: (i) sufficient and reliable evidence of the collection of, or other basis for, consent; (ii) the withdrawal of consent; (iii) the inclusion and proper functioning of unsubscribe mechanisms; and (iv) the inclusion of any required disclosures in communications, as applicable. Sponsors further, at its expense and upon thirty (30) days prior written notice, appoint its own personnel or an independent third party to inspect, audit and verify that Sponsors use of electronic addresses and related information complies with the terms of this Contest and CASL;

The Sponsor reserves the right, in its sole discretion; to cancel or suspend this Contest without notice should any cause beyond the reasonable control of the Sponsor corrupt the security or proper administration of the Contest. Any attempt to deliberately undermine the legitimate operation of this Contest is a violation of criminal and civil laws, and should such an attempt be made, the Sponsor reserves the right to seek remedies and damages to the fullest extent permitted by law, including criminal prosecution. Entries are subject to verification and will be declared invalid if they are forged, falsified, altered or tampered with in any way.

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WANT TO BE A MUSIC VIDEO STAR?

We’ll here’s your chance!

We want you to be an extra in Tim Hicks’ next music video!

We’re filming at a secret location downtown Toronto during the day on Tuesday February 5th, 2019. If you are in the area, up for a road trip or just want a good excuse to book the day off work, simply RSVP with your contact information in the form below to be automatically added to the guest list.

Your name is valid for one entry so please remind your friends and family to RSVP with their own information that matches your photo ID so you can enter. Location and time details will be sent to your email address provided 24 hours in advance.

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Tim Hicks - New Tattoo Documentary (Bonus Feature) - YouTube

Let’s get something out of the way: longevity is not a synonym for stagnation. Sometimes, longevity is a symbol of stubborn refusal to compromise or insistence on marching only to the beat of the most exhilarating drum.

Take Tim Hicks. If anyone was ready for his proverbial close-up, it’s the acclaimed, chart-topping and award-winning artist. His presence as a consistently electrifying entertainer on the Canadian music scene may stretch back more than a decade, but his latest and third studio full-length album, the alternately scorching and tender Shake These Walls, scans as strikingly new.

That’s what happens when you’re lucky (read: dogged) enough to locate your most authentic musical voice at the precise moment you find yourself in Nashville scratching it out alongside some of the sharpest blades in the musical toolbox.

Co-written by Hicks who writes the songs that define his character, Shake These Walls evolves musically. “I wanted to show people I had grown,” Hicks says of the new album. “There is truth in each of these songs because I co-wrote every one of them. I have a personal connection with every lyric, every riff. People are going to find there’s a healthy dose of the Tim Hicks party in there but there’s lots of other stuff certain to be interesting to many different people.”

Indeed, one of the most noticeable things about Shake These Walls is the range of moods and emotions on offer. Take the boisterous first single “Stompin’ Ground,” an instant radio smash and a snapshot of the good old days when hard-partying with kin and kindred was less distraction than vocation.

“That song and ‘We Came Up’” – a soaring ode to brotherhood – “speak to simpler times,” Hicks confirms. “They have a slightly new feel to them but they still shoot for the party crowd.”

At the other end of the spectrum is “Slide Over,” a vividly drawn and unabashedly knock-kneed mid-tempo track with a dangerously infectious chorus. “That song is so real,” Hicks says.

“When people with full-time jobs have kids, well… relationships can suffer. Things get in the way of the people you once were. You have to remember to sit down with each other, just have a beer and ask, ‘How was your day?’ So that song is that.”

“I also really felt like I needed to write a song for my wife Amanda who took a leave of absence to move with me and our two small kids to Nashville for four months while I made this record. That,” the singer howls, “is just good for business all around.”

As Hicks explains, the album was crafted in a somewhat workmanlike fashion during that Tennessee stretch. “It was as close to a day job as I’ve ever had,” he cracks, “With two young kids at home, the days of drinking half a bottle of whiskey and writing songs at 3 a.m. are long gone.”

And yet for comparatively slow-burning tracks like “The Night Gets Us” – cheekily detailing how leather and lace seamlessly merge after dark – the trademark Tim Hicks thumbprint is very much in evidence. Take the propulsive title track or the unambiguously titled “Let’s Just Drink.”

“Ironically, that song came from a session where I just wasn’t inspired to write at all. I literally said, ‘Forget it! Let’s just drink!’ Everyone laughed and said, ‘Let’s write that!’ So out of a negative feeling came this great, funny song.”

Produced by Corey Crowder (who recently celebrated his second #1 U.S. single with Chris Young), and whittled down from a total of some 70 songs written in Toronto and Nashville over the past year, Shake These Walls provided Hicks with a distinct advantage absent from both 2013’s Throw Down and 2014’s widely feted 5:01: a live, in-studio band while they were recording.

“I am a band guy at heart and I love playing music live. I’m always asking, ‘How will these songs fit into my live show?’ Having a band right there made it easier to figure all those parts out.”

That’s essential given that in 2017, Hicks will mount the “Shake These Walls Tour,” his second major headlining jaunt following 2015’s sold-out “Get A Little Crazy Tour” and his chance to do what he does best: connect with audiences from coast to coast and beyond.

So while Hicks has the resume of a veteran – seven Top 10 singles on Canadian country radio, #1 country album for 5:01, multiple CCMA and SOCAN wins and JUNO nods, coveted spots on prestigious festival stages nationwide – Shake These Walls charts a path that is completely new… and shoots straight for the country music stratosphere.

“As each year on this crazy ride goes by, I just feel more comfortable as Tim Hicks, the artist,” Hicks says. “The challenge of trying to write a good song is still one of the most exciting parts of my job.

“And I just can’t wait to get out and start touring these songs to show people their potential. I never thought I’d have the opportunities I am currently having.”

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Tim Hicks Get Loud 2018 Recap - YouTube

Thank you Canada!! What an unbelievable time we had traveling across this beautiful nation of ours to kick it with you guys night after night! Thanks for coming, stomping, singing, clapping, and most of all for getting LOUD with us!! Have a happy and safe holiday season and we’ll see you on the road in 2019!!

A FEW ITEMS FROM THE PRESS

“It’s OK to be a rockstar. That’s what he is.”
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Tim Hicks: Homegrown Hero Hoping to “Get Loud!”

Article By David DeRocco
https://gobeweekly.com

With a virtually sold-out show scheduled for his hometown of St. Catharines November 16th, you’d think country music star TIM HICKS would be jacking up the rider with the backstage necessities required to fully enjoy his “Let’s Get Loud” tour homecoming at the Meridian Centre. But like a true-blooded Canadian – one who’s biggest personal indulgences on the tour bus are bringing his own pillow and a heavy sleeping bag – Tim’s not one to get sucked into the road excesses often associated with burgeoning stardom. That is, with one vitally important exception.

“It’s funny you mention that,” said Hicks, who kicked off his 19-date national tour November 1st in Toronto. “We actually paired down our rider because I can’t stand wasting stuff. We’d roll in and there would be wonderful meat trays and cheese and veggie trays and the guys wouldn’t touch them. So we’re trying to dial a little bit of that back. What does have to stay the same is the booze. We can’t live without that. We can live without the sweaty cheese trays. We can’t live without our bottle of tequila.”

All kidding aside, Hicks and his bandmates certainly have more to celebrate than just headlining the Meridian Centre, the biggest venue in a city where the multi-platinum selling artist once toiled playing covers to half-empty bars. With the release of his most recent album New Tattoo – his fourth release in five years – Hicks has once again proven himself to be a master craftsman when it comes to weaving giant hooks and impactful lyrics into rock-infused, boot-scooting new country tunes. Loyal fans and new converts are definitely taking notice of Hick’s high-energy hybrid, with tour dates from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Abbotsford, British Columbia indicative of his growing national appeal with country music lovers. However, as referenced in New Tattoo’s smash hit first single “Loud,” there’s nothing quite like “the roar of a hometown crowd,” and Hicks is looking forward to a thunderous welcome when he and his bandmates take the stage this November.

“It’s going to be amazing,” said Hicks, a CCMA winner, SOCAN award winner, multiple JUNO Award nominee and recent winner of the 2018 CMAOntario Compass Award. “So many people, even strangers, have stopped me at Walmart or the produce section of Zehrs saying ‘we’ve got our tickets, we’re coming.’ I can sense the excitement in St. Catharines and we’re so excited to be coming to play that room. It’s located where I used to park my minivan when I lived downtown. To me, just getting that booking at Meridian Centre is a win. Being able to play the biggest room right smack dab in the middle of downtown is going to be fun.”

Hicks had some unexpected fun during last year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs, when “Loud” was adopted by the NHL to help hype the games. That affiliation lead to a dream opportunity October 27th at Toronto’s newly named Scotiabank Arena, where Hicks was chosen to perform Stompin’ Tom’s “The Hockey Song” to honour its induction into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame. Hicks admits that being a part of the salute to Connors had him a little on edge prior to his abridged performance of the iconic 1973 Canadian classic.

“I was nervous at the press conference, because all of Stompin’ Tom’s family was there, plus all the national media, all the music industry big wigs. I was a little bit like a fish out of water. But once the conference was over all the nerves were gone. At the hockey game, I was in my element standing in front of a crowd. It was a lot of fun, even if I only got to play a minute-twenty of the song.”

As the headliner on a tour date that includes singer/songwriter Teybey and special guest Madeline Merlo, Hicks will have plenty of time to play complete versions of any song he wants. However, with his growing catalogue of great material, Hicks admits he and his bandmates are struggling to whittle down the set list to fit into their allotted time on stage.

“That’s the biggest discussion we have prior to the tour, what’s going to come out of the set,” said Hicks, whose Canadian-crafted brand of country rock has been earning him comparisons to American mega-stars Eric Church and Brantley Gilbert. “With four records now it’s getting more difficult to choose what we can fit into a 75 minute slot. I always try to fit something in for us, something that isn’t necessarily “Stronger Beer” or “Get By,” something interesting for the band. Which is usually something new or an album cut that’s fun to play. Trying to balance that but still promoting the new record. It can be challenging. We’re taking some chances this time around. I think it’s going to be a great show.”

Returning home at the mid-way point of the tour, Hicks knows there will be plenty of demand on his personal guest list from friends and family hoping to see both him and the show. And while the always approachable superstar-in-the-making will do his best to accommodate, he knows there is bound to be some odd requests for tickets from unexpected sources.

“I said as a joke that I’ll be hearing from all the girls who dumped me in in high school,” laughed Hicks, when asked if he had any success-being-the-ultimate-revenge fantasies about returning to the Garden City. “I’ve had such a great ride really. I don’t hold any grudges at this point. It’s just nice to be able to do my thing. I’ve seen lots of posts from people I haven’t heard from for a long time who are coming to the show. Unfortunately I won’t be able to say hi to all of them. But it will be a really cool night.”

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What’s the best kind of set-list? One that includes you!

Special guests will be joining Tim on stage to perform ‘The Worst Kind’ all across the country! Fill out the entry form below and a video link of you performing ‘The Worst Kind’ for the chance to be the one to join him in select cities on the Get Loud Tour!

**Contest closes October 29th and the winner will be announced on November 1st at 12pmET**

GET LOUD 2018 TOUR DATES

NOV 1 – Royal Agricultural Winter Fairgrounds – Toronto, ON
NOV3 – Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre – Bridgewater, NS
NOV 4 – Casino New Brunswick – Moncton, NB – (this could be YOU)
NOV 5 – Marquee Ballroom – Halifax, NS … (this could be YOU)
NOV 7 – Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC
NOV 8 – TD Place – Ottawa, ON
NOV 9 – Guelph Concert Theatre – Guelph, ON
NOV 10 – Casino Rama – Orillia, ON
NOV 12 – Centre in the Square – Kitchener, ON
NOV 16 – Meridian Centre – St. Catharines ON
NOV 17 – Leon’s Centre – Kingston, ON … (this could be YOU)
NOV 20 – Community Auditorium – Thunder Bay, ON – (this could be YOU)
NOV 22 – Club Regent – Winnipeg, MB
NOV 23 – Casino Regina Show Lounge – Regina, SK – (this could be YOU)
NOV 24 – Grey Cup Show – Edmonton, AB
NOV 26 – The Palace – Calgary, AB
NOV 28 – Encana Centre – Dawson Creek, BC
NOV 29 – CN Centre – Prince George, BC
NOV 30 – Abbotsford Centre – Abbotsford, BC

ENTER CONTEST HERE AT TOPCOUNTRY.CA!

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Hey Everybody!

Less than ten days to go until we hit the road with the #GetLOUDTour! We’ve all been diligently rehearsing over the last little while and the guys and I are stoked to play these new songs for you. The countdown is on! See you soon Throw Down Crew!

– Tim Hicks

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GET LOUD 2018 TOUR DATES
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NOV 1 – Royal Agricultural Winter Fairgrounds – Toronto, ON w/ The Washboard Union, Tebey & Madeline Merlo
NOV3 – Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre – Bridgewater, NS w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 4 – Casino New Brunswick – Moncton, NB w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 5 – Marquee Ballroom – Halifax, NS w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 7 – Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC – w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 8 – TD Place – Ottawa, ON w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 9 – Guelph Concert Theatre – Guelph, ON w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 10 – Casino Rama – Orillia, ON w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 12 – Centre in the Square – Kitchener, ON w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 16 – Meridian Centre – St. Catharines ON w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 17 – Leon’s Centre – Kingston, ON w/ Tebey, Madeline Merlo
NOV 20 – Community Auditorium – Thunder Bay, ON w/ Tebey, Andrew Hyatt
NOV 22 – Club Regent – Winnipeg, MB w/ Tebey, Andrew Hyatt
NOV 23 – Casino Regina Show Lounge – Regina, SK w/ Tebey, Andrew Hyatt
NOV 24 – Grey Cup Show – Edmonton, AB w/ Tebey, Andrew Hyatt
NOV 26 – The Palace – Calgary, AB w/ Tebey, Andrew Hyatt
NOV 28 – Encana Centre – Dawson Creek, BC w/ Tebey, Andrew Hyatt
NOV 29 – CN Centre – Prince George, BC w/ Tebey, Andrew Hyatt
NOV 30 – Abbotsford Centre – Abbotsford, BC w/ Tebey, Andrew Hyatt


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