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SiriusXM, CCMA Competition Narrowed Down To 8 Finalists

SiriusXM Canada’s 2nd annual Top of the Country competition in partnership with the Canadian Country Music Association has announced the eight semi-finalists who have a shot at

SiriusXM, CCMA Competition Narrowed Down To 8 Finalists

By FYI Staff

SiriusXM Canada’s 2nd annual Top of the Country competition in partnership with the Canadian Country Music Association has announced the eight semi-finalists who have a shot at a gift bag of professional opportunities and a $25K grand-prize purse.


Following an epic battle between the finalists onstage during Country Music Week 2018, Sudbury's Andrew Hyatt won the inaugural SiriusXM Top of the Country competition in 2018. "The SiriusXM Top of the Country competition provided me with invaluable opportunities and opened the doors to help take my music career to the next level," said Hyatt. "Being named the competition's first winner was an incredible and life-changing experience for me, and my advice to this year's contestants would be to soak up every moment, create new relationships within the industry and thank your fans for voting and supporting you each step of the way."

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The 2019 SiriusXM Top of the Country semi-finalists, in alphabetical order, are:

  • Dan Davidson (St. Albert, AB)

  • Don Amero (Winnipeg, MB)

  • Jade Eagleson (Millbrook, ON)

  • Kelsi Mayne (Windsor, ON)

  • Kristin Carter (White Rock, BC)

  • Matt Lang (Maniwaki, QC)

  • Sons of Daughters (Vancouver, BC)

  • Tim & The Glory Boys (Winnipeg, MB)

SiriusXM has arranged for the eight semi-finalists to record their original song along with an accompanying video of the studio session that can be viewed online here. Fans can also vote for a performer once daily on the same website.

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