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WYATT
OriginSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
GenresCountry
Years active2004–present
LabelsStark Ravings, MDM Recordings
WebsiteOfficial website
MembersScott Patrick
Daniel Fortier
Bray Hudson
Cam Ewart
Past membersSean Dancey
Roy Sydidah

Wyatt is a Canadian country music group from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan composed of Scott Patrick (vocals, guitar), Daniel Fortier (vocals, guitar), Bray Hudson (drums) and Cam Ewart (bass).[1] Following the release of a Christmas album, Snowed In, in 2005, Wyatt released their debut album, Hard Road, in 2007.[2] No singles were released from the project because the band "didn't feel it was quite there yet."[2]

In June 2009, Wyatt won Big Dog 92.7's The Next Big Thing talent contest. Their prize included $5,000 cash, a showcase for music industry professionals, career guidance, a trip to the Canadian Country Music Association Awards and the option of having a professional single released to radio.[2] Their single "Ride On" debuted at No. 48 on the Billboard Canadian Country Singles chart in December 2009.[2] A second single, "Questions," reached the Top 40 in May 2010.[3] Both songs are included on Wyatt's second studio album, If I Had a Dollar…, released in June 2010.[3]

Daniel (Danny) Fortier’s and Scott Patrick’s captivating vocals and guitar skills, Cam Ewart’s bass and Bray Hudson’s drums create the rockin’ country sound of Saskatchewan’s very own WYATT (a band name inspired in true wild west fashion after the famous Wyatt Earp, best known for his participation in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral!). Their catchy lyrics and mixture of country-grooves and hard-rock rhythms will surely get audiences up on their feet. The band has electrified fans across North America and has shared the stage with many country music stars including Rascal Flatts, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Jason Aldean and Emerson Drive. With a rapidly growing fan base, their high energy performance and humour-filled on stage chemistry reaches audience members of all ages time and again.

2013 proved to be another exciting year for WYATT releasing award winning singles “Jesse James” (with video rotation on CMT), and winning both the 2013 Saskatchewan Country Music Association award for Single of the Year (for “Jesse James”), and their sixth consecutive Group of the Year title! Their second single and video ‘Roll The Windows Down’ also made waves on Canadian country radio leading up to the October album release. The new CD was recorded at THE ARMOURY Recording Studios in Vancouver and was produced by CCMA award-winner and Juno-nominee Mitch Merrett. The first single “Jesse James” showcased the bands rock-n-roll with a country soul sound highlighting killer guitar riffs and toe-tapping stick-in-the-brain lyrics “I wanna line ‘em up and drink ‘em, I wanna love ‘em and leave ‘em, sometimes I just want to rob a train…” Exclaims Scott Patrick, “We are really excited about this project. The experience making our last album gave us the confidence to push the envelope and really evolve and refine our sound. Right from the initial talks with Mitch (regarding the album’s direction), we knew this one was going to be a pure WYATT album – rock n’ roll with a country soul. It was an amazing experience to write and record these great songs with a producer who is willing to stray outside conventional lines.”

Contents

  • 1 Discography
    • 1.1 Albums
    • 1.2 Singles
    • 1.3 Music videos
  • 2 References
  • 3 External links

References

  1. ^ Wyatt Biography
  2. ^ a b c d Tessmer, Christopher (2010-01-14). "Wyatt's prepared to ride on". Regina Leader-Post. Retrieved 2010-02-11. 
  3. ^ a b Maciag, Samantha (2010-06-04). "Wyatt making its mark on radio stations across Canada". Regina Leader-Post. Retrieved 2010-08-06. [dead link]

External links

  • Official website
   

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