Thursday, May 6th @ 7:30pm

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TWO OF PRINCE ALBERT'S favourite country music performers come together for one amazing night, the perfect event to cut through the cold of a February evening.


Audiences first met Brad Johner in 1988, when a partnership with his brother Ken began a 14-year-long musical success story. The Johner Brothers were named "Duo of the Year" by the Canadian Country Music Association in 1991 kicking off a string of awards. After being crowned 'Entertainer of the Decade' and releasing a remarkable 26 singles from six hit albums, Ken retired from the music business in 2002. With an unparalleled dedication to his music and his wide fan base, Brad turned solo the following year and to date has released 6 CDs to his credit.

Brad has performed coast to coast in Canada, the Carribean, Japan, Bosnia and The Netherlands and has even performed for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Despite 76 Saskatchewan Country Music Awards, 3 Canadian Country Music Awards, 4 Juno nominations, 12 CDs and 18 music videos, Brad remains a devoted husband to his wife Rhea of 26 years and father to their five sons. As music is in the genes, for the past six years Brad has performed hundreds of concerts with his sons as “Brad Johner & The Johner Boys”. Their 'live' show is full of energy, stories and comical wit that few performers have come to master as they are astute professionals and true gentlemen of the stage.


Donny Parenteau was born and raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, and is a versatile vocalist & multi-instrumentalist.


Donny spent twelve years touring the world with Neal McCoy; recording on multi-platinum selling albums & playing on numerous shows, including performances on The Grand Ole Opry & The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Alongside McCoy, Donny has shared the stage with country music icons such as; Charlie Daniels, Merle Haggard, Tim McGraw, Shania Twain, and Reba McEntire to name a few.


After starting his solo career in 2003, Donny has garnered over one hundred nominations at seven major award shows, including three JUNO nominations, and his first USA nomination for “Best Country CD” at the 2014 Native American Music Awards. Donny’s album Bring It On, is the only album placed in a time capsule at the Regina Legislative Building to be opened in 100 years and was included because of his song, Deep in the Heart of Saskatchewan.

Donny’s latest CD released in 2018, Favourite Hymns of the Metis, gave him his latest 2019 nomination for Indigenous Artist of the Year with the Sask Music Awards. Donny continues to perform, teach at his Donny Parenteau School of Music, and speak his message of inspiration and “Bully Free Zone” tours at schools across Western Canada.

In April 2020 Donny was awarded the Saskatchewan Country Music Awards Legends & Legacy distinction.  

In August 2020 Donny was the 1st performer selected to re open TCU Place in Saskatoon Saskatchewan which was also filmed by SaskTel and shown on SaskTel Max.

Donny’s last single Never Came Down Again was released in April 2020 and climbed the Indigenous Music Countdown Top 40 all the way to #2.