Dean Brody Tickets
Growing up in a ruthless rural town amidst the harsh Rocky Mountains of Canada, Dean Brody learned to appreciate the value of hard work from a young age. The singer and songwriter became active as a country artist in 2004 but wasn’t able to find a breakthrough till he landed a contract with Broken Bow Records. With five studio albums and a boatload of Juno and Canadian Country Music Association Awards under his belt, Brody has become an industry haut monde. Fans rush to buy their Dean Brody tickets because the celebrated singer has had sold out shows in the past. With his latest album just released, Brody is ready for another exciting North American trek starting this September.
Dean Brody Venues
- Dean Brody Budweiser Gardens (formerly John Labatt Centre)
- Dean Brody Canadian Tire Centre (formerly Scotiabank Place)
- Dean Brody First Ontario Centre (formerly the Copps Coliseum)
- Dean Brody General Motors Centre
- Dean Brody Harbour Station
- Dean Brody Moncton Coliseum
- Dean Brody Rogers K-Rock Centre
- Dean Brody Scotiabank Centre (formerly Halifax Metro Centre)
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Latest Dean Brody Events
- Dean Brody, Paul Brandt & Madeline Merlo, Budweiser Gardens (formerly John Labatt Centre) tickets for 10/15 07:00 PM at Budweiser Gardens (formerly John Labatt Centre), London, ON
- Thu Oct 15 2015
- Dean Brody, Paul Brandt & Madeline Merlo, First Ontario Centre (formerly the Copps Coliseum) tickets for 10/16 07:00 PM at First Ontario Centre (formerly the Copps Coliseum), Hamilton, ON
- Fri Oct 16 2015
- Dean Brody, Paul Brandt & Madeline Merlo, General Motors Centre tickets for 10/17 07:00 PM at General Motors Centre, Oshawa, ON
- Sat Oct 17 2015
- Dean Brody, Paul Brandt & Madeline Merlo, Rogers K-Rock Centre tickets for 10/18 07:00 PM at Rogers K Rock Centre, Kingston, ON
- Sun Oct 18 2015
- Dean Brody, Paul Brandt & Whitney Rose, Canadian Tire Centre (formerly Scotiabank Place) tickets for 10/19 07:00 PM at Canadian Tire Centre (formerly Scotiabank Place), Ottawa, ON
- Mon Oct 19 2015
- Dean Brody, Paul Brandt & Whitney Rose, Moncton Coliseum tickets for 10/21 08:00 PM at Moncton Coliseum, Moncton, NB
- Wed Oct 21 2015
- Dean Brody, Paul Brandt & Whitney Rose, Harbour Station tickets for 10/23 08:00 PM at Harbour Station, Saint John, NB
- Fri Oct 23 2015
Birth and Early Years
Born on the 12th of August 1975 in Smithers, British Columbia, the Canadian country singer spent his early days laboring around the small town of Jaffray. His childhood was spent fishing, hunting, taking part in the local 4-H and splitting firewood. Like every other boy in the town, Brody worked at the local sawmill at the age of 16. He spent his free time playing the guitar and writing songs and soon developed a passion for music. Eager to have a career in music, Brody soon realized he would have to move to Nashville if he was to fulfill his dreams. In 2004, Dean Brody and his family finally moved to Nashville hoping to live their dreams.
Initial Struggle and Setback
Initially Brody snagged a music publishing contract where he started writing songs for two years but the songwriter received a blow when he failed to renew the contract. As if this wasn’t enough, Brody’s work permit in the US expired and with no work at hand, the jobless artist was forced to return to Canada.
The prospects in Canada were bleak and Brody ended up working at the local mines. Along with his wife, Brody moved to a mining town, foregoing the dream of having a career in music. One of the saddest days of his life, Brody recalls it saying, “It was a sobering time in our lives, having tried so hard- and come so close. But we knew I had to find a solid job to look after our family”.
A Silver Lining and Breakthrough Debut
Following his return to Canada, Brody rung his friend and producer Matt Rovey to inform him of his sad story but he was in for a surprise. Rovey had good news as producer Keith Stegall wanted to sign Brody to his Broken Bow Records! The delighted singer immediately returned to Nashville to record his debut album and this time there was no stopping him.
Dean Brody’s self-titled debut album “Dean Brody” was released on 28th April 2009 under the Broken Bow Records. With Matt Rovey producing, Brody wrote nine of the album’s eleven tracks including the lead single “Brothers”. The album made it to number 32 on the US Billboard Top Country Albums chart and catapulted the talented Brody to stardom. The single “Brothers” became an instant hit, bagging the CCMA Award for “Single of the Year” in 2009.
Dean Brody moved to Nova Scotia the same year and immediately set to work on his second album “Trail In Life”. The album was released in April 2010 under the Open Road Recordings label and included hit singles like “Wildflower” and “Little Yellow Blanket”. The album won the CCMA Award for the “Album of the Year” in 2011. The following year, Brody came up with his another astounding album “Dirt”, which also won the CCMA Award for “Album of the Year” in 2012. The album gave phenomenal singles like “Canadian Girls” and “It’s Friday”, both of which were nominated for Juno Awards. The singles went Gold, making Brody the “Most Played Canadian Artist”.
The Concert Experience
Dean Brody’s music philosophy includes taking the listeners on a journey where they’re not just listening to a song, but are living the experience. The cinematic quality of his songs makes his fans delve into his characters and experiences, making it all the more enjoyable. This is why fans rush to his concerts because his melodies cut straight through.
Dean Brody is ready to hit the road in your city with fresh singles from his album “Gypsy Road”. The talented singer and songwriter is eager to make his upcoming tour worth remembering which definitely is good news for fans. Don’t forget to bag your Dean Brody tickets as soon as possible.