Coming from a small town in rural Ontario, Matt inherited his passion for country music from his parents and used his love for music as a way to express his inner art. As the years went on, Morson started to work with various music festivals, assisting in production and general event logistics

​​Over time, Matt grew a desire to perform and eventually landed himself a chance to perform on stage. Morson’s charastimatic presence and ability to connect with audience is what’s led him to several notable performances since the start of his career.  

Highlights include opening for Doc Walker at Nashville North as well as Jojo Mason, River Town Saints and Aaron Pritchett at several festivals through out Ontario.  Morson also appeared on the red carpet at the CMAO awards in early Summer 2017.  His 2017 releases  “Wanted Man” and “Girl on the Bar” have also received airplay in Canada, the U.S., Italy and Lebanon.

Matt Morson dreams of building his way to the top with a new album release and in time, becoming a recognizable face in country music worldwide. Working on new music expected to be out in 2019.
Not one to expect opportunities to come lightly, Morson spends the bulk of his free time in studio, recording and rehearsing with his band.


From the UK to Saskatchewan Steve Gibson is a guitar driven country rock artist! Born  in Newcastle Upon Tyne, He began playing guitar at  the age of six and by the age of fifteen had achieved a distinction in his Grade 7 Classical Guitar with Trinity College in London, England. Around that time he began writing music and was accepted into Newcastle Upon Tyne College for Music and Performing Arts. Since moving to Canada, Steve has listened more to country music and has been swayed to a country genre of song writing. When he writes a song, Steve is able to incorporate a story to each song with the amount of emotion he is able to portray his music that much more relatable and breathtaking. In the past couple years; Steve has received several awards through the Saskatchewan Country Music Association. In 2012, he received the awards for Rising Star, Guitar Player of the Year and Backing Band. In 2013. Steve refers to himself as a guitar player who sings, rather than a singer who plays guitar. He has also been featured in numerous publications, from Country Routes UK Magazine and Canadian Country News. He has also been featured twice on International Showcase Hour Radio, Maximum Exposure radio and also on the CMT Canada Website. 

As he continues to perform shows across Saskatchewan from the club circuit to festivals He is still works on his writing and recording of his own material.. Getting ready to release his new music and debut album Steve Gibson is ready to make 2016 his own!  Be sure to follow along in his journey through his social media sites.   

NICOLE RAYY  2014-2017

A compelling storyteller, powerful vocalist and incredible performer, country/pop singer andsongwriter Nicole Rayy shows that she's whole lotta country. Her lyrics reflect her honest emotions and the natural rasp and edge to her vocals makes her unique among many female country singers. She has performed in a number of venues, from festivals in parks to rowdy country clubs. Her eclectic emotional range of songs as well as her adaptive performing style makes her an unforgettable concert experience.  Nicole was a winner of the Emerging Artist Showdown on Country 103(CJKC FM-Kamloops, BC) and was honoured to be listed as a 2013-14 nominee on the first ballot for the Country Music Association of Ontario awards.
Out of 20.000 entries, Her songs Baby You Just Know (2012) and Still See Blue Skies (2013), made the list of semi-finalists in the International Songwriting Competition. Nicole is a member of the CCMA and has performed at the Diamonds in the Rough showcase at Country Music Week in Saskatoon 2012, and Edmonton 2013/2014. She completed a radio tour of Ontario, performing live on the airwaves with her portable keyboard. Nicole is now preparing for the release of a new album which includes the radio singles 'Bow and Arrow' & 'Don't" in fall of 2016. Keep an ear out for this up and coming artist.


Emily is a country singer and songwriter from Ajax, Ontario. The  passion and inspiration for music that she has, began at the age of two. Emily was often caught by her parent's singing herself  to sleep as a child.
Growing up with a musical family, she was exposed to many different genres of music and soon developed a love for country! Over ten years of vocal and piano lessons she soon decided to learn how to play the guitar. The acoustic guitar allowed Emily to grow as an artist,  she began to write original music and the words started to pour out onto the page.  Emily's music is derived from her own story. Her lyrics are all personal from her past experiences, so that she can connect with people on an emotional level.
One of Emily's latest singles 'Running on Empty,'  is now available on all streaming platforms! 

Emily is now in the process of recording new songs and getting ready to release her first EP in  2019. Along with booking show across the province. Keep an ear out for this new, breath of fresh air coming soon!! 


Saskatchewans country band with a little twang.

Leslie Stanwyck and Johnny Sinclair were “one twang away from a country song,” their manager used to say. The pair made two albums with pop-rock legends The Pursuit of Happiness and another seven with Universal Honey, then after relocating to Saskatoon, Sask. found themselves adding that twang to their new band, Tucker Lane.
The band — core members Leslie (vocals), Johnny (bass), Wayne Pearson (drums) and Brent Carlin (guitar) with guest utility player Justin Bloudoff — grew out of the foursome’s rootsy cover band, Undercover Pirates, which put their spin on songs by Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle, Black Keys, Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones, The Clash and others. It then seeped into their originals.
Tucker Lane’s debut album, West of Minnesota, North of North Dakota — produced by the band —  is chock full of upbeat country-pop like “Same Place;” “Wishing You Were Here,” “Sentimental Fool” and “You Still Love Me” with some edgier material such as the Stones-style rockers “Think You Know (Someone Like Me)” and “What It’s About?.”  Banjo, fiddle and peddle steel are featured on nine of the 13 songs.
 The couple, who met in TPOH, recorded 1988’s Love Junk and 1990’s One-Sided Story  with Todd Rundgren before leaving to start Universal Honey in 1990. They had a fantastic run in both bands, a journey through music that they write about on West of Minnesota, North of North Dakota’s closing song, “What’s It About?”

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WYATT 2009-2019

At it's core, Saskatoon based band WYATT is simple 4 small-town rockers, 1 big sound. Armed with their 'Rock-n-roll with country soul' sound and their super-charged live show, this musical brotherhood features Singer/Guitarist Scott Patrick & Daniel 'Danny' Fortier, Bassist Cam Ewart and drummer Bray Hudson. The band has had numerous successful radio singles and picked up more than a few accolades for their efforts including over 10 Saskatchewan Country Music Awards, Astral Media's 'Next Big Thing' winners and National Hoedown Showdown winners, opening for Rascal Flatts in Ottawa. Along the way they have released 3 critically acclaimed albums.

The following are some of the fantastic artists I have and had the privilege of working with.