Start Date: Mon Jun 6, 2016
End Date: Sun Jul 10, 2016
Join us at the 56th Annual CF Chinook Centre Stampede Breakfast on Saturday, July 9 from 7am-11am rain or shine. Live performances by Beverley Mahood, Trevor Panczak, Domino and Lindsay Butler!
It is impossible to simply define the multifarious talents of Beverley Mahood. A performer, songwriter, recording artist, model, actress and host, Beverley does it all! Since her debut song, “Girl Out of The Ordinary”, Beverley has forged a career of success, including songwriting for Celine Dion; multiple awards as both a solo artist and as a member of her female trio, (created with David Foster), Lace; worldwide success with her TV-Show ”Pick a Puppy”; time as the celebrity model for Bootlegger; a starring role in the Lifetime Movie, ”Changing Seasons” and a commitment to community that saw her receive the “Slaight Music Humanitarian Award” at the 2014 CCMA Awards. Beverley’s live show is high energy, entertaining and her performance resume is unique with history of both hosting and performing at Canada’s largest Country Festivals.
Trevor Panczak (pan-zak) has worked passionately to become the entertainer he is today. He is a talented writer & vocalist but what brings it all together under his cowboy hat and out of his 6’4” frame is his natural ability to connect with an audience. His laid back humor, smooth voice and charming stage presence will leave a lasting impression. True to his farm roots, Trevor believes he is here to sing and to serve. Trevor is focusing on writing, recording, touring community involvement and his career in the Canadian Country Music scene. He has worked passionately to become the entertainer he is today. Trevor has talent as a writer and vocalist but what brings it all together under his cowboy hat and out of his 6’4” frame is his natural ability to connect with an audience. He will lure you in with his endearing sense of humor, make you laugh, then without warning he can make you cry. He has supported countless charities and fundraising organizations in and beyond Alberta’s borders. Since the release of his 2 prior EP recordings "Roll On" and "Another Day Another Dollar" Trevor gives $1 from each EP sold to The Ronald McDonald House.
Rarely does one find four individuals, all coming from various backgrounds able to gel together creating a harmonious group. Together; Domino has mastered this by honing their harmonies to near perfection, which explains the melded cohesive sound projected on their new EP “Ghost”. Having redefined their brand and sound so unique; one might say it could be comparable to a Fleetwood Mac embellished with country music. Domino has numerous ACMA (Association of Country Music in Alberta) nominations in their belt. All garnering top 5 placements in all categories: Group, Album, Song, and Fan’s Choice by their peers. For the 2015 ACMA awards this group was named Group of the Year and garnered the prestige title of Fan’s Choice. “We are extremely humbled and honoured to have been chosen to receive Group of the Year and the Fans Choice awards at the ACMAs this year!
Lyndsay Butler hails from the High River area of Southern Alberta. You may have heard her singing in the Foothills region for local charity and fundraising events as well as the occasional national anthem. She has had recent success at the 2013 Nashville North Star competition at the Calgary Stampede. Earlier in 2013 she traveled to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee with Global Country Star Search and earned top honors in Adult Traditional Country Artist categories. In 2012 she was the winner of the Ranchman’s Rising Star competition, sponsors included Country 105, Lammles & Music Centre Canada. Lyndsay is now busy pursuing her creative side as a songwriter. Her unique style has been described as traditional country, mixed with a little rock plus a dash of outlaw sound.