Canadian writer/performer/producer wraps successful UK visit with headline show.

Nashville-based, Canadian country star Tebey rounded off a triumphant trip to the UK by headlining Buckle & Boots Festival on August 1st, his first UK festival headline show. Prior to that, he played two shows at Nashville Meets London. Committed to executing these shows and making it to the UK despite the pandemic restrictions, Tebey arrived early to quarantine before embarking on rounds of media interviews and his live performances.

“Tebey will be heading north to headline the Sunday night of Buckle and Boots Festival and based on this performance his set is one that attendees there will not want to miss.” Country In The UK review of Nashville Meets London show.

Commenting on his trip, Tebey said: “I’m so happy that I was able to play live in the UK and Germany this summer! Building a fan base in this part of the world is so important to me. I feel very at home in the UK and Europe and will continue to keep coming back as often as I can. The support new fans, radio and the media have shown me means so much to me!”

Tebey’s current single “Song of the Summer”, a duet with multi-talented Irish recording star and former member of The Saturdays, Una Healy, has enjoyed widespread radio play including spins on BBC Radio 2, Absolute Country Radio (playlisted), Chris Country Radio (Song of the Week), plus multiple regional UK stations. The song is now over 1.4 million streams, 75,000 video views and 3 million UK radio impacts.

Listen to “Song of the Summer” here:

Watch the “Song of the Summer” video, filmed in 3 countries, here:

In January 2021, the Canadian platinum-selling artist released his new album The Good Ones (Jayward Artist Group/The Orchard/Sony Music Canada), which combines his pop influences, his cool, contemporary country voice and signature catchy choruses. Rolling Stone magazine said of the title track: “A powerhouse power ballad, THE ‘GOOD ONES’ would’ve aced all its exams at the Lady Antebellum School of Country Hit-making. ‘Need You Now’ just got a new cousin.”

Listen to The Good Ones LP here:

One of country music’s hottest properties in Canada and the US, Tebey made his UK debut at Country Music Week in 2019 and was set to play C2C (Country To Country) Festival before its last-minute cancellation in 2020. He is fixed on building his UK fanbase and plans to be a regular visitor to these shores – keep a lookout for future tour dates!

Tebey (pronounced: TAY-bay) is a platinum selling artist, award winning producer and songwriter with six #1 hit songs within his repertoire. Of Nigerian descent, Tebey grew up in Ontario, Canada. While enjoying simultaneous success on the football field, he moved to Nashville in his mid-teens to pursue his music career, resulting in a deal with BNA Records Nashville (RCA Label Group). Overall, Tebey has four official top 5 radio singles, five top 10 singles, and four top 20 singles as a recording artist, and his music and videos have amassed over 50 million streams. As a songwriter, Tebey has earned success on multiple continents with the aforementioned chart toppers. Notable pop artists to have recorded his songs include One DirectionFifth HarmonyPixie LottCher and FLO RIDA and in the country genre, Justin MooreBig & RichJimmy RankinEmerson Drive and many others. Rolling Stone Magazine positively compared the title track of Tebey’s EP, “THE GOOD ONES” to Lady A’s “Need You Now”. In 2019, Tebey performed his first international tour dates as part of Country Music Week which took him to Berlin, Cologne (playing with Scotty McCreery) and London, returning for the illustrious C2C festival in Berlin and London in early 2020. He returned to Europe/UK in July 2021 for dates including: Nashville Meets London shows on July 22 and 23 plus Buckle & Boots Festival Manchester August 1 and went on to perform in Hamburg, Germany on August 4. His support of charities advocating for mental health care is his passion outside music, anchored by his annual Tebey Golf Classic fundraiser in Peterborough, ON.

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