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Pop sensations Cranbrook boundPosted: November 6, 2013
Multi-platinum Canadian pop stars and Juno Award winners, Hedley have announced a coast-to-coast Wild Live Tour, in support of their fifth studio album, Wild Life.
And Cranbrook is the second last stop on the tour on April 8, with the band performing at Western Financial Place.
Kicking off in Prince George on February 14, the tour will be the band’s most extensive Canadian tour to date with more than 30 shows across the country. The opening act joining Hedley on the second leg of the tour, starting in Toronto on March 27, has yet to be announced.
Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard invites all fans to join the excitement, “We are going to a record-breaking amount of cities this year and we want to see all of your beautiful, shining faces there!”
With four consecutive multiplatinum albums behind them – Hedley (2005), Famous Last Words (2007), The Show Must Go (2009), Storms (2011) – and almost a million albums sold, Hedley continue along their path to pop music supremacy with the release of Wild Life, scheduled for release on November 11.
The new album bridges classic Hedley pop anthems and ballads along with R&B infused tracks and electro-pop tunes, proving that Hedley are back and ready to once again conquer radio airwaves and arenas coast to coast.
Wild Life’s first single, “Anything” is Hedley’s fastest selling single to date, already reaching platinum-selling status and currently Top 10 at Pop & Hot AC radio.
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