On Saturday, Sept. 16, the Sudbury Summer Concert Series is bringing multi-platinum, Juno award-winning Singer/Songwriter Johnny Reid to the Grace Hartman Amphitheatre in Sudbury.
Reid is a Scottish-Canadian country music artist that moved to Canada in 1989
when he was 16. His father, a diesel mechanic, wanted to give Reid and his brother
opportunities he did not think they would have in Scotland.
Reid was nominated for the Juno Award for Country Recording of the Year for Kicking
Stones as well as being named Male Artist of the Year at multiple CCMA Awards. The critically-acclaimed singer is widely known for his “lyrical honesty and musical ability,” says a release from Cabin Media, “as demonstrated by an extensive catalogue of hit songs, platinum selling albums, 26 Canadian Country Music Awards, six Juno Awards and multiple sold-out national arena tours.”
Reid has invited his good friend, singer and keyboardist, Katie Kadan, to join him on stage. Kadan came third on season 17 of the television series, The Voice.
There will be a licensed beer garden on site as well as hot food and a merchandise booth.
This show is all ages and tickets to this three-hour show will be available Friday, May 26 at 8 a.m. You can find tickets and more information at sudburysummerconcertseries.ca.