Canada is producing some of the world’s best country music right now. From Vancouver to Halifax, country music is streaming out of car radios, iPods and laptops.
radiowrangler.com is here to tell the stories behind Canadian country’s personalities. Artists, producers, industry executives – it takes a lot of parts to make the wheels of Canadian country roll.
Founded by Spencer Perry in March 2011, radiowrangler.com continues to grow every week. Artists, fans and the Canadian country industry are realizing that radiowrangler is chronicling the best in Canadian country music.
Perry has put in time as a music reporter at small Vancouver music magazine The Skinny and founded a student newspaper at his high school. Perry is currently pursuing his love for media and communications at Carleton University’s prestigious School of Journalism and Communication in Ottawa, Ontario.
Do you have a tip on a breaking country music news story? Are you in a band that would like to be featured on radiowrangler? Do you just want to tell us how much to love (or hate) what we’re doing? Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Stay tuned to radiowrangler for updates on everything that twangs, shakes, rattles and rolls.
Tyler Difley is a journalism student at Carleton University in Ottawa. Hailing from Calgary, with a family ranch in south central Saskatchewan, his prairie roots run deep—instilling his love of country music.
In the past, Difley has contributed to Youthink Magazine and Carleton student newspaper, The Charlatan. Difley is also involved in the agriculture journalism community, stemming from a stint as communications intern for the Alberta Barley Commission where he contributed several articles to quarterly publication Barley Country. He counts Paul Brandt and Dean Brody among his favourite Canadian country musicians, and is always up for a good two-step.