Boots and Hearts Campfire SessionsCity: Kitchener
Join award-winning country star Jason McCoy for an intimate acoustic music experience like you’ve never seen before. Enjoy the crackle of the campfire as he talks – and jams – with some of the best Boots and Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase winners & finalist over the years. Just a few guitars, a few laughs and some great songs.
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Tim Hicks is a massive country music star. He has gold and platinum singles, multiple No. 1 chart toppers and his music has been streamed more than 81 million times! Now the former winner of the Boots and Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase goes back to his roots to perform his biggest hits alongside host Jason McCoy.
Tebey may have started singing in church, but since winning the Boots and Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase, he has gone on to record No. 1 hits and write for artists as diverse as One Direction and Cher. Now, he returns to where it all began to perform his biggest hits alongside host Jason McCoy.
The Redhill Valleys brings smooth harmonies to the campfire, where they talk about their influences, their performance on the Boots and Hearts Emerging Artists Showcase and perform their biggest songs. The four-piece band becomes a five-piece as host Jason McCoy becoming an honorary member of the band for one night.
It's been a whirlwind for David Boyd Janes. Jason McCoy finds out how David went from an abrupt break up to winning the Boots and Hearts Emerging Artists Showcase.
Kelsi Mayne has been overcoming hurdles her whole life. First as a top ranked varsity track star, now as one of the fastest rising country artists in Canada. Between performances of her biggest hits, she tells Jason how she leapt from the track to the big stage.
Becoming a finalist at the 2019 Boots and Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase was just the latest step on Justin Tyler's path to country music stardom. He talks to Jason about why he put the drum kit behind him and took centre stage.