Byrd Dog

Country music artists and songwriters

Byrd Dog is comprised of Road Worn Artists and Songwriters making special appearances throughout the year. Keep a watch out for Byrd Dog in your area!

Sawmill road

Country Rock

Based out of Northumberland county, Sawmill Road's founding members Rob Hood & Duane Eddy had been friends for almost their entire lives before forming Sawmill Road in 2006.After performing only a handful of shows on their own the band was hired by Canadian country music star John Landry to perform as his stage band. Sawmill Road has since shared the stage with big name Canadian acts such as The Corb Lund Band, Amanda Wilkinson, Tara Lynn Hart, Tommy Cash, and Julian Austin. In 2012 band members Duane Eddy and Rob Hood took their songwriting to a new level writing in Nashville with some top hit songwriters. Songs written by the duo were under consideration for projects from top country artists such as Tim McGraw and Toby Keith & Darius Rucker. 2013 sees a new incarnation of Sawmill Road along with the release of their debut CD "Cryin', Lovin' & Drinkin'"From Country to Rock Sawmill Road can please a crowd of 10 or 10,000. With their trademark harmony vocals and dynamic stage presence they will have em' all up on their feet. Enjoy the Show.

Texas Tuxedo

country & classic rock

TEXAS TUXEDO, Eastern Ontario's "Rock N Country" Party Band, was originally formed by Ted Lalonde in April 2007. With three of Ontario's elite musicians/vocalists, the band has remained one of the regions busiest cover bands; With 80+ shows per year. The band cover classics from a huge, diverse list of artists such as Brooks and Dunn, Dwight Yoakam, Big and Rich, CCR, Eric Clapton, Alan Jackson, Billy Joel, Billy Idol, Buck Cherry and tons more.


"Whether in a club or at a festival - live music doesn't get any better then when Sawmill Road takes the stage - from the first guitar lick - fans are up and dancing - one of my all time favourite acts to see live!" - Deborah Wood - Deborah Wood Publicity

"I have seen Texas Tuxedo share the stage with large country acts but they own the stage when they play, very good group of guys and they really know how to put on a show" - Kyle McCann

Rob Hood

Rob started taking guitar lessons from a family friend at the age of 6. His parents always supported his interest in music. Whether it was taking him to lessons or upgrading guitars, they were right there to make it happen. Some of Rob's biggest influences are Vince Gill, Wendell Ferguson and Steve Piticco. Not only are these guys amazing guitar pickers, but they are good people too. "I am literally living the dream. I have an amazing wife, 2 beautiful kids and I get to make music".

a Road Worn

Elite Musician

The Dukes of Haggard

The sounds of Bakersfield Country

Dane Perry, Betty Ann Perry and Rob Hood bring you the classic sounds of country music…. Haggard approved and keeping up with the Jones. These talented artists combined bring you're imagination out on the road and takes your memory back home at the same time with their songs they perform. The Dukes of Haggard are definitely some of the finest musicians you'll see today… and they keep with good company too!

At the age of 14, Michelle taught herself to play the guitar as well as write music. Since the age of 14, Michelle has been playing in local coffee shops. But over the last year, you can find her on the big stage where she’s performed along side many names including Tom Cochrane and Jason McCoy. Last winter, Michelle won a contest through a local radio station to play with Jason McCoy at The Hamilton Place. Since that night, many people have wanted to hear more from her. After teaming up with local recording studio, Hannahkin Studio, Michelle can proudly say she has released her first album “102 Days”. Her album includes 6 original songs that expose Michelle’s musicality and her passion for songwriting. After travelling to Nashville, Michelle can check off her bucket list of playing at the legendary café “The Bluebird Café”. The Bluebird Café is where many artists have been found including Taylor Swift. Michelle plans on travelling back to Nashville with her debut CD in hand. Michelle has also lent her musical talent to many causes including Inspire Halton and The Georgetown Hospital Foundation. While many artists are busy dreaming about their future, Michelle is busy chasing her dreams. Michelle knows exactly who she is and wants to be and is working hard to make this happen. You can find Michelle online at and follow her journey on Facebook and Twitter.

Michelle Cormier

102 Days

Michelle Cormier is a 21-year-old singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist from Georgetown, Ontario. Michelle has had many musical experiences that many work their whole lives to achieve. She definitely has no fear, an unbelievable talent and huge dreams; a combination that will certainly lead her to an unstoppable career in the music industry.

North Carolina native, Emily Minor, is the fresh new face of country music.
Having first grabbed the attention of many as a top fifty finalist of Fox’s hit series, American Idol, Emily quickly realized she belonged in Nashville, TN. Shortly after her time on the show, Emily made the move to Nashville and began writing and recording.

Emily Minor’s self titled EP is a lively collection of convincing stories, undeniable emotions, and astounding vocals that is as honest and lovable as Emily herself.

Having penned four of the six songs herself, Emily is quickly catching the interest of new listeners, exciting fans who have been long devoted, and impressing significant members of the music industry. Emily’s vibrant personality and ability to stay grounded and true to herself make it difficult not to fall in love with her.

“My favorite place to be is on the road. Nothing is more rewarding than seeing familiar faces in the crowd singing your songs with you.” Fans who flock to see Emily perform live can count on a high energy show filled with original songs as well as some of her classic favorites from influential icons.

Emily minor  Nashville Tenn.


Born in Ottawa and raised in the modest town of Aylmer, Quebec, Canada. Nelson grew up listening to country music. He discovered his talents at an early age, and when he received his first guitar, he was hooked for life. His influences were Merle Haggard, Ricky Skaggs, George Strait, Alabama and Alan Jackson. Nelson started by performing at the age of sixteen in his home town, then he put a group together and did some touring in Ontario and Quebec for a few years. During that time, he entered all the talent shows he could find, and to his delight, winning first place in most of them. One such prize was the 1995 CKBY (Y101) Talent Search, where Nelson won a recording and touring package. After that experience, he wanted more. Passion for music was the driving force behind Nelson’s perseverance.

Nelson has had the opportunity to be the opening act for several recording artists that have come to his area, namely Canada’s Michelle Wright and John Conley! Today Nelson now finds himself poised for success. He has recently gone to Nashville to record his new CD titled “Where I Belong”, penned  by Nelson and his cowriting partner, Barry Brown from The Family Brown. With his new backup band, rightly named “The Riders”, his goals have come into focus, “Give the fans really good country music!”

Road Worn Entertainment

Official Music Group Announcement

Great things in the works with Road Worn Records stay tuned!

Darcy Hammerton

Country Artist

Darcy is about Country Music, Fishing and spending time with his family. Darcy has had the honor of sharing the stage with some amazing musicians over the years. Colin James, Kim Mitchell, Tom Cochrane, Big Sugar and many more. He is very pleased to have worked with and remain an advocate of Blue Sports Outdoors as well as The Carl Perkins Center for The Prevention of Child Abuse. He's had a blast along the way and still  great things coming up... so stay tuned, Darcy Hammerton is on a Musical Mission!!