Ty Baynton

Ty Baynton may have grown up in the small town of Waterdown ON, but this ‘Canadian Country Boy’ has stadium sized vocals. Ty picked up a guitar at age 14 and never looked back, writing his first song by age 15. He grew up listening to classic country, classic and 90’s rock, with influences of Randy Travis, Tom Petty and Oasis.

Marshall Dane

Born in St. Catharines, Marshall grazed on a rich fix of music, from the country sounds of his preacher Dad who taught him to play “The Farmer’s Song” on guitar to his Mom, who played piano in the evenings for his family of four sisters and two brothers. Marshall admits that his parents’ spiritual upbringing permeates his songs with themes of love, home and kindness.

Drew Leith

Drew Leith is a Canadiana Folk-Rock singer from K-W, Ontario. Developing a unique fusion of some classic sounds, mixed with a splash of the modern/alternative era, whether it be a taste of graceland or spirits of the Eastern shores this musician always delivers rock with a twist!

Joe Meaux

As shooters ourselves, we look at the industry as a whole and strive to introduce new and interesting iterations of the gear we manufacture to suite shooters like you and me. We are constantly looking for ways to improve the shooting experience through innovative design enhancements. 

Chuck Norris

Martial arts champion, actor, and philanthropist Chuck Norris founded KICKSTART KIDS in 1990 with the help of President George H. W. Bush. The program was launched in four middle schools in Houston in January 1992.  For over 25 years, KICKSTART KIDS has developed and delivered our in-­school physical education program based on martial arts. We teach responsibility and character development, while building self-esteem by engaging kids in a school-­based activity.

Tommy Gilham

Tommy Gilham was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama in a home filled with love and southern hospitality where gospel and country music filled the air. Each Sunday afternoon all of the relatives would gather and pick up their instruments and play their hearts out.
Tommy was drawn to Nashville after he won a songwriter contest, and immediately received a publishing deal with Polygram. While there he had the opportunity to work with artists such as Charlie Daniels, Hank Williams Jr., Lynyrd Skynyrd, Marty Stewart and others. He was for a time a member of the Charlie Daniels band Saddletramp and cut his teeth performing nightly all over Nashville.

Graham Trude

Graham Trude is a Collingwood, Ontario native where he currently resides in the beautiful surrounding landscape of Georgian Bay. 

Graham's career started out in 2010 upon his release from the forces, he began to compete in songwriting competitions and perform several acts through out Ontario receiving nominations as New Music’s Country artist of the year and Male artist of the year. Coined the name "The Singing Soldier " By Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame Legends "The Good Brothers" artist Graham Trude has been spreading his music all throughout Canada. His first single "Redneck Pride" earned him a considerable amount of radio play throughout Canadian stations, as well landed him a television theme song on national hit TV series "The Real Canadian Joe’s" on Wild TV.