Quentin Reddy Live at Crown and Anchor Grande Prairie

Live at The Crown and Anchor November 30th – December 5th, 2015
Top 2 of CMT’s new show Big in a Small Town, nominated for
Male Vocalist and Fan Choice at the ACMA’s 2013,
Quentin Reddy is well on his way to becoming a household name.
He isn’t just a singer and songwriter; he’s also a passionate entertainer.
Quentin has a real and raw approach to modern Country that
captures the emotions of the listener. On stage the connection he
shares with the audience brings the room alive. Quentin’s original
works have an East coast influence that pushes the boundaries
of New Country Rock.Growing up in Newfoundland, Quentin taught himself to play
the guitar at a very young age. To stand out in a family of musicians,
he began writing, and soon was pouring his soul into song.
His passion is rooted in his individuality and each night he plays,
he strives to become a better performer.Entertaining audiences across Alberta for the past several years,
Quentin continues to tour the West. Along with other rodeos,
Quentin has played the Calgary Stampede and he frequently performs
in Cold Lake, Edmonton, Grand Prairie and Whitecourt. He has opened
for other artists as well – Tara Oram in his hometown of Airdrie,
Dean Brody , Julian Austin and April Wine, to name a few. At the
Concert of Hope in Slave Lake, Quentin volunteered his talent, time
and equipment and shared the bill for the main stage with many mainstream
musicians such as Charlie Major, Dwight Yoakam, Ashley MacIsaac,
Stampeders and Nazareth. He has also worked closely with the band
Turn ‘em Loose to raise money for the Kids Cancer Foundation.
Recognizing Quentin’s talent, the Music Industry Association of
Newfoundland and Labrador awarded him a grant that helped jump start his career.Continually immersing himself in his song writing, Quentin has successfully
co-written with local artists and has been fortunate enough to write in Nashville
. For his upcoming album, he has written or co-written the majority of the tracks.
Producer Greg Gunhold of Calgary is working with Quentin as he
records his first album. His first single, Rest for My Body, was recorded
with Canadian award winning producer Bart McKay, released in October
it has spent 15 weeks on the Canadian Country Music Chart!