Abby Stewart
Abby Stewart, vocals and guitar; Matt Baetz, electric guitar; Lee Casement, bass guitar; Mike Kidd, electric guitar; Ed Jansen, drums
  1. I Can’t Help It (words and music by Abby Stewart and Doug Folkins)
  2. Another Day Without You (words and music by Abby Stewart and Troy Kokol)
  3. Souvenirs (words and music by Abby Stewart and Troy Kokol)

Abby Stewart is an 18 year old singer/songwriter from Kingston, Ontario. A true Canadian girl, she plays hockey and softball but feels most at home on the music stage, achieving some pretty impressive successes in her budding career. In 2014, she opened for Hunter Hayes on his Tattoo Your Name Canadian Tour dates along with Dan + Shay, and has had the privilege of being invited on stage to sing duets with Dean Brody, Dallas Smith, Aaron Pritchett, and the Hunter Brothers.

She has opened for many Canadian talents, most recently in 2018 for Cold Creek County and Petric. Brett Kissel at the CNE and in Ottawa on his Ice, Snow and 30 Below Tour, as well as for Tebey, Michelle Wright, Emerson Drive, Tim Hicks, and many others. She has had the great pleasure of performing at some of Canada's biggest Country Music festivals, including Trackside Music Festival, Tweed Stampede and Jamboree (2018), Boots and Hearts Music Festival (2015, 2013), and Havelock Country Jamboree (2017, 2015).

Abby released her EP Firsts in 2015 which included her radio release I'm Still Faster, followed by her first music video, which now has over 360,000 views on YouTube. In 2017, she collaborated with Invictus Entertainment Group, Big Star Recordings to release a duet entitled What If They're Wrong? written by Nashville songwriter Keith Follese (Tim McGraw, Faith Hill) on Canadian Country Radio. It was produced by Jeff Dalziel (Washboard Union, Lights, Dan Davidson) of Diesel Music. It peaked at #87 on the Canadian BDS Chart and was either added or featured on 22 stations across Canada. At age 12, Abby was chosen 1 of 8 artists from across Canada for the Sirius XM Emerging Artist Showcase at Boots and Hearts Country Music Festival. At 13, she was chosen 1 of 8 from across Canada for the She's the One Competition at RBC Bluesfest.

From ages 8-12, Abby won numerous singing titles from local contests such the Tweed Fair, Kingston Country Singing Showdown, Cangig Festival, Voice of the Rideau, and runner up at the 2011 Canadian National Exhibition's Rising Star Competition.

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