Tina Turley: Lives for music
A Passionate Musician
Homegrown talent, Tina Turley hails from Huntsville, Ontario. Born into a musical family, Tina grew up performing in and around the Muskoka, Parry Sound area with her father Ed, until such time her music took her to Toronto. There she was a drummer in an all-girl band, Denam and Lace, travelling extensively throughout southern and northern Ontario.
Tina has a number of original songs, two of which are featured on her CD titled “This Could Be It”, recorded in Edmonton and Nashville.
Tina’s 3 videos received enthusiastic attention on CMT Canada reaching medium rotation, which is not an easy feat as an independent artist, and her songs have garnered significant airplay across Canada, USA and Europe, reaching top-20 status on the Canadian Country Music Radio Charts.
Tina performed at the Policeman’s Ball, Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens opening for Tim McGraw and Blackhawk as well as numerous appearances on Canadian Television such as Dini Petty, Breakfast TV and A-Channel in Ontario and Alberta. Along with touring western Canada with performances at venues such as the Calgary Stampede; Big Valley Jamboree, Camrose; Klondike Days, Edmonton and the Merritt Mountain Festival, British Columbia. Tina has also performed with such talents as Valdy, Linda McLean, Wendell Ferguson and Ronnie Prophet.
A few of her recent performances include Kipawa Country Fest, Kipawa, Ontario; Sutton Bay Country Fest, New Liskeard, Ontario; 2009 International Plowing Match, Earlton, Ontario. In January 2010, Tina opened for Valdy in Muskoka, Ontario.
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