Marshall Dane Set to Rock the CCMA’S 2012 IN Saskatoon
Submitted by Cashbox Canada
In the last two years, Marshall Dane has been embraced by the Canadian Country Music Industry and has developed a huge fan base through social media, live appearances, and lots of personal interaction with those fans. (it is no surprise most are female.)
Dane spent this hear writing for two weeks in Nashville, taking a musical getaway holiday in Costa Rica, filling in the days with fishing food and music. He did a major radio tour of both Western and Southern Ontario; opened up for The Cranberries, worked his magic at the Calgary Stampede, then did shows all over Ontario then headed out to Alberta, performing in both big and small venues. No matter to Dane; it is all about pleasing his fans.
Now Marshall Dane is on the countdown to the CCMA’s. Dane is on the bill with fellow country stars Doc Walker, Aaron Pritchett, Jason Blaine and other great artists for the Rockin' Country Cabaret, September 7th in Saskatoon.
Marshall Dane is known for consistently delivering an energetic, boot stomping performance that draws in crowds of ages. He is also grateful for everything he has and takes the time out of his busy schedule to help when he can. He has given his talent and time to Habitat for Humanity, The Fight To Conquer Breast Cancer, FoodPath, The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Music Not Mischief, an initiative steered by Toronto Police Services. Dane also tours annually throughout the Canadian Artic, performing for and learning about the native Inuit communities.
The first CD, Running Stop Signs, showed some success with radio airplay on tunes like Love and Alcohol, and About Last Night, now promoting the current single Sure Thing. Currently in pre-production for his new CD, Marshall Dane fans are looking forward to his new offerings.