Local Music

Shantaia Poulin


Shantaia Poulin is a singer/songwritter born and raised in Spiritwood, Saskatchewan now living in Saskatoon. This talented artist had the opportunity to go to Nashville to record with mentor and producer Crystal Shawanda, a Canadian born musician who has won many awards including CCMAFemale Vocalist of the Year and Juno Album of The Year.



Jen Lane


Jen Lane is a Saskatoon based recording artist who has created her most personal, compelling, and powerfully evocative album.  This Life of Mine was produced by Vancouver multi-instrumentalist John MacArthur Ellis.


Jamie Woodfin


Jamie Woodfin is from Red Deer, Alberta but has spent lots of time with Country 100 while being out at Radio tours. Woodfin is one of those rare musicians whose creative energy allows him to play and produce rocking outlaw country. Jamie Woodfin is on country 100 with his latest single to country radio "Moonlight Left".


Alecia Aichelle


Alecia Aichelle is a rising Canadian artist from Red Deer, Alberta who captivates her audiences wit her angelic voice, piano accompaniment, and relatable lyrics. At one point sher was told she'd never be able to sing again after complications with throat surgery, but she powered through and fought all the odds for a miraculous recovery. 

Alecia Aichelle is on Country 100 with her single "What I Wasn't".


Tenille Arts


Tenille Arts is a talented 22-year-old singer-songwritter from Weyburn, Saskatchewan. 2016 was a huge year for her as she was the 2016 SCMA Emerging Artist Award winner, performed some huge venues including the Boots and Hearts Festival, the Bluebird Cafe and the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival in Nashville. 2016 was also the year this talented Saskatchewan beauty moved to Nashville to focous on music. She released her self titled debut album in October and is already back in studios working on even more new music. 

You can catch her on Country 100 with "What He's Into".


Queen Cities

A gentleman by the name of J.R. Stanley (Old Queen City pop punk band To The Point & Toronto band Downsview) has moved home and has started a new band called Queen Cities (named after calling the Queen Cities of Regina and Toronto home).

Originally from the 'Queen City' Regina Saskatchewan J.R. Stanley moved to Canada's other 'Queen City' Toronto in the mid 2000s to further build upon an already impressive catalogue of music and art.

Recently returning home, he has already left a significant mark on the local community and music scene by designing the revised sign for Regina's historic Wonderland Arcade, designing logos for local bands/artists, and showcasing his works in local coffee shops all while continuing to create and share the music he loves.

* To check out J.R.'s art:http://KURIBOArts.com/

The Queen Cities debut EP, "Electric Carousel" (a tribute to the days of vinyl) features Dave 'Brownsound' Baksh of SUM 41 and was produced by Jason Pierce - current drummer for Our Lady Peace. 

Next level bright lights, big city pop. A full band creation of J.R. Stanley achieving elements of acoustic, punk & synth heavy alt-rock.
Calling two majestically nicknamed cities home (Regina & Toronto) - Queen Cities is a next level acoustic pop, punk, alt-rock creation of J.R. Stanley (Performing/touring since his teen years) inspired by culture, pixels, art and design.

 * Official website: http://www.queencitiesmusic.com/

Zach Kleisinger


Zach Kleisinger brings you new music wrapped in a nostalgic, old soul. His troubadour tales, gravelly vocals, and meandering guitar capture the folk-fused blues of Dylan, the earnest optimism of Jack Johnson, and the sonic style of Springsteen. A 20 year-old singer-songwriter from Saskatchewan with an audacious wanderlust, Zach is Canada's modern-day response to the reminiscent, rose-tinted sound of days gone by.

Since attending his first concert as a child (Leonard Cohen) in his home province of Saskatchewan, Zach has been addicted to making good music and telling great stories. He picked up the guitar at age 10, and started writing what he describes as "shitty little country tunes". By the age of 18, Zach took out his walking shoes and journeyed across the country, playing street corners, bars, coffee shops, and venues - whoever would take in a determined, travelling troubadour. In September 2015, Zach landed in Victoria, B.C. to work with good friend Sam Weber, who helped produce 'Between Two Cities'.

These days, Zach can be found in Vancouver B.C. playing solo acoustic shows with his trusty Gibson J-45, or full band flings with his electric sensation 1965 Fender Jaguar. He was selected for Studio Records' Open Mic night finals in 2015, and was recently announced as a top four finalist in the 2016 Roxy Launch Project.

A poet at heart, Zach is proud to be a part of the modern Canadian soundscape, working with local bands, collectives, and producers to bring you the curious musings from a travelling Canadian on the road to everywhere.


Brock Andrews



Brock Andrews is a 4 time international award winning songwriter who has been enjoying the biggest year of his career in 2016. He started the year on the road across Western Canada as the opening act for hockey legend turned country artist Theo Fleury. He was featured on the Saskatchewan Country Star's compilation album in 2016 and was honoured by the CBC as a future 40 award recipient. This summer Brock performed at several festivals including Craven Country Jamboree, Eagle Creek and the Stony Plain Summer Sessions. Andrews is now hitting the road on a radio tour in support of his newly released debut album "Eight" which is debuted on the Canadian country Itunes charts at #15. The album Eight is now available on iTunes and everywhere digitally.

The first single to radio in 2016 is "Collide" a song that was co-written by good friend Codie Prevost about summer love and trying to make it last.

Watch for Brock Andrews on tour this fall with Brody Siebert in BC, Alberta, Sk and Manitoba and with Theo Fleury in Ontario, Nova Scotia and PEI.

Foxx Worthee


Half shotgun shell, half wildflower, Foxx Worthee came together in 2004 as vocalists Crystal and Nicole came together to create one of the most original country music acts in Canada today. Known for their effortless harmonies and willingness to push the boundaries of country music, Foxx Worthee has established themselves as one of the most sought after bands in Alberta.

As a fixture on the country music circuit, Foxx Worthee has garnered recognition across the music industry as electric entertainers and have been regular performers at both the Calgary Stampede and the Craven Country Jamboree.

After years touring both Alberta and the girls’ home province of Saskatchewan, Foxx Worthee has stepped back into the studio in 2016 with the release of two new singles to country radio and spreading their music from coast to coast.

Check back on their website regularly and follow the girls as they make 2017 a year to remember.

Chris Henderson

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Originally from Estevan, Sk, Chris grew up surrounded by the musical influences of many family members and friends, and mostly his father Donn. Chris Has a high engery show with his band keeping fans of all ages entertained. We play many of Chris' tunes from his early stuff like "You Don't Scare Me", "I Sure Hope He Loves You", "Crazy Comin' Outta The Bottle", and many more. He has been working on some new music also playing on your radio called "Craves The Chaos" and "Stranger With Memories". 


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