Win tickets to see country artist and hit-maker Tebey at Cowboys

For much of his career he’s been behind the scenes.

But the man responsible for penning chart-topping singles by everyone from One Direction, Cher, Flo Rida, Shawn Desman and Nick Carter to Big and Rich, Emerson Drive, Aaron Pritchett, Gord Bamford and Justin Moore is also a pretty exceptional and successful musician in his own right who’s hitting the road for a cross-Canada jaunt this winter.

CCMA-nominated artist, producer and songwriter Tebey will be heading to town for a Friday, Jan. 17 show at Cowboys Dance Hall as part of his very first headlining dates on The Good Ones tour.

“My first-ever headline tour has definitely been a long time coming,” the Ontario-born Tebey said in a release.  

“Everyone’s path to success is different, and mine has been a long and winding road filled with No. 1 single highs and surprising lows.  Since 2014 my team and I have gradually built a catalogue of hit songs and have watched the fan base grow with it. But only now are we finally getting to see my name at the top of the marquee.

“I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous. As a headliner the onus is on you to sell the tickets.  And we’re going into some big venues on this tour like The Commodore in Vancouver, which is 1,000+.  It’s a lot of pressure, but it’s also time to take this exciting step.”

Want to take that exciting step with him? We can help

If you want to go, we have some tickets to the show courtesy Strut Entertainment. Head to our Facebook page, perhaps think about giving us a like or a follow, find this post, and then comment underneath it tagging a friend that you’d like to escape this arctic blast with in a white-hot Cowboys setting.

We’ll pick a winner at random, and then let them know via direct message by the end of the day Thursday, Jan. 16.

Good luck, stay warm, and perhaps with the money you’re saving with these free tickets, think about supporting one of the agencies in this city — the Mustard Seed, Drop-In Centre, Inn From the Cold, Alpha House, etc. — that are making a difference with Calgary’s most vulnerable.

(Photo courtesy Carl Lessard.)