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The Divorcees
The DivorceesIn 2005, five easygoing New Brunswickers decided to take their love of Willie, Waylon, and The Boys from the back porch to the stage and share it in true outlaw fashion. Since then, Canadian Country Music has never been the same. They are The Divorcees - The Great White North's original Honky Tonk Heroes. From humble beginnings in their much-loved home province of New Brunswick, The Divorcees (Alex Madsen, Brock Gallant, Jason "Jay Byrd" Nicholson, and Denis "Turtle" Arsenault) have brought their brand of rough-and-ready country to roadhouses, festivals, and big stages from the shores of Canso Nova Scotia to downtown Vancouver...and all points in-between. In the years since the inception of the now renowned band, a legion of supporters have sprung up across Canada, the US, Australia, and Europe. The band has shared stages with a number of popular artists such as George Canyon, JP Cormier, Hayes Carll, Corb Lund, The Sadies, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, The Haunted Hearts, Romi Mayes, Tim Hus, and many others. Their songs, as they are in person, are no-nonsense and straight-ahead, replete with stories of love and loss, letting loose (and paying for it), of justice, freedom and the need for it. Both albums (their debut "You Ain't Gettin My Country" and sophomore "Last Of The Free Men") have been received to critical acclaim, both having garnered East Coast Music Awards for Country Album Of The Year in 2008 and 2010. A highly anticipated third release - a concept album tentatively titled "Ghost Town" is currently in pre-production. This fall, the new record will come into the world at Pumpkin Patch Studios with engineer Danny Bourgeois. A CMT video for "Red Haired Red Blooded Woman" received substantial airplay on CMT and a number of singles from both albums have received steady airplay on radio stations nationwide and around the world. Performances have been aired on CBC nationally - both on radio and television. Completion of their third album will follow with the four 506'ers heading out into the great beyond for adventures in the USA and Europe. The legend of The Divorcees continues to grow.

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Bruce Morel
178 Silistria Drive
Dartmouth, No
B2W 6B1 Canada

PHONE: 902-435-0330