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Austin Belle

Ready, Set, Go! Vancouver-based Country duo Austin Belle is out of the gate with their brand new single, Just Drive. This track is destined to be a summer road trip favourite, and is already catching the attention of radio programmers across the country. With a brand new track and fresh from a successful cross-Canada radio tour, Austin Belle is tuning up for a high impact summer! With a blend of Country and Pop/Rock backgrounds, Austin Belle is equipped with the perfect combination of well-written songs and talented artists. Lead guitarist and songwriter, Jesse Wainwright, hails from the hit-making, award-winning rock band State of Shock, lending his musical skills and incredible stage presence to the group. Wainwright is balanced by lead singer and songwriter, Stacey McKitrick, a JUNO award-winning artist already known to the Country world. Together, they create a new sound that can only be described as magical. Along with a talented backing band, their catchy songs and energetic stage show leave audiences wanting more. Combined, they have had the opportunity to perform with notable acts Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Great Big Sea, and more. They have won numerous awards, including a JUNO for ‘Single of the Year’; Canadian Radio Music Awards for ‘Rock Song of the Year’ and ‘Adult Contemporary Song of the Year’; an Indie Award for ‘Independent Single of the Year’; and a Western Canadian Music Award for ‘Rock Recording of the Year’. Austin Belle is currently putting the finishing touches on their debut album and will be hitting the road across Canada this year. They are opening doors at every opportunity they are given, so keep your eyes on them – they are a talented force to be reckoned with, determined to rise to the top!

Hometown:
Vancouver, British Columbia
Underground chart position: 316
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