Canadian country musician Brett Kissel performs at the Grace Hartman Amphitheatre in Bell Park July 23.
Also performing is Kissel’s pal, fellow Canadian country musician Nate Haller.
Sudbury Summer Concert Series and Cabin Media Entertainment Group recently announced the concert.
Kissel is constantly exploring new ideas, while never forgetting what he does best — entertain. It’s an approach that has propelled him to the top of the Canadian country music ladder, with 22 CCMA Awards, two Juno Awards, an Honour from Canada’s Walk of Fame, two Gold certified albums, two Platinum and eight Gold singles and 15 top-10 radio hits to his credit, including four No. 1 singles.
Although some artists might see these accomplishments as a cue to hit cruise control, for this proud husband and father of four, it has only added fuel to his fire to give his audiences more, and to expand his musical vision.
That’s precisely what he’s done on his latest album, "What Is Life?”, which was just nominated for the upcoming 2022 JUNO Awards for “Country Album of the Year.”
The lead single from the album “Make A Life, Not A Living” is also nominated for the 2022 JUNO Award for “Single of the Year.”
Tickets for the show are on sale as of 10 a.m. March 31. Purchase tickets through the concert’s promoter, Cabin Media.