Freddy Vette & His Rhinestones Plowboys, keeping traditional country music alive, one hit at a time! Directly from the era of the greatest country music of all time, out step Freddy Vette & His Rhinestone Plowboys!
Freddy Vette, usually rocking and rolling, has returned to his roots with a new 5 piece band. Back to the music he first started playing 30 years ago. The music of Hank Williams, Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash and more! Traditional Country Music, crying steel guitar, heartbreak harmonies, Rhinestone suits, just as nature intended. To hear some of Freddy Vette and Rhinestone Plowboys click here
‘I was born and raised in Marmora and am the 7th out of 9 children. I am now married with 2 children, my daughter plays the violin. I’ve spent a lot of weekends around the campfire or in the kitchen playing and singing many times with my father and brother who play the guitar.
I have been entertaining for 28 years playing music at churches, nursing homes, fundraisers, legions, Lions Clubs, private parties and have participated in several local jamborees from Kingston to Lindsay.
David Byrski’s love of music began early in life and has continued to grow while playing a variety of instruments in a number of country, rock, blues and jazz bands. He claims that Mark Chestnutt has been a major influence in shaping his country voice. To hear some of David click here
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Ken Seaboyer, Shannon Seaboyer, Kenneth Seaboyer, Ashley Seaboyer Kevin Hornsby, Glenn Smith
From Havelock Ontario, Canada
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Scotty Gartshore was born and raised in Minden Ontario and grew up in a home filled with Country Music.
Music went on the back burner for a while as he raised his family, but in 2010 he got back to singing and writing the music he so dearly loves. To hear some of Scotty click here
As a child growing up in Picton, yes a county boy, there was always some form of music going on whether it was from a radio or from friends of my dad who would come over to our house and play music. I started my music career doing some of the old rock & roll songs from the late fifties and early sixties and still like to throw them in whenever I get the chance. Gradually I switched over to Country which has always been my favorite type of music My music influences through the years have been mostly country with George Strait, George Jones, Conway Twitty and Terry Sumsion just to name a few. I recently started playing the Bass Guitar and enjoy it very much.
Dave Bush is a one man act that is sure to put a smile on your face. His wacky outlook at life's struggles provides inspiration to his songs and performances. The cost of raising kids, menopause and even lazy teenagers all come together in songs that everyone can relate to and laugh at. Song titles include "Four Kids For Sale or Rent", " Dear Sweet Jesus I Want To Go To Jail " and the always popular "I Went Home With The Old Town Hussie". It's part stand up comedy and part singing but it's all good fun. A local lad from Stirling, Ontario who has thousands of Facebook followers from all around the world. To hear some of Dave click here
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Hungerford Station is a versatile, high energy band, local to the Quinte area. We play everything from country to classic rock. We've been around a long time, formerly as South of Seven Hightest. A big venue or small, we can do it all!!
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Hal started out playing with a trio called "The Gleasonaires" in 1968. He toured Ontario and the East Coast for the next five years, headlining and also as a back-up group for other singers. He recorded and did some T.V. appearances during that time. His focus now is mainly for the Senior Groups, Legions and for special events .
Born and raised near Bancroft area, growing up on the old country classics, I would sit and listen for hours when family and friends came for a jam. Now my dreams have come true to be playing and singing good old country music.
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