Country singer Paul Brandt plays Badlands Amphitheater
The sound of country music was radiating off the hills of t he Dr umheller v alley on Sunday, A ugust 21 a s C anadian c ountry singer Pa ul Brandt pla yed a t t he B adlands Amphitheater.
Brant, a C algary born musician, ha s b een p erforming in C anada and t he US sinc e his musical debut in 1992.
The am phitheater w as filled w ith de dicated f ans despite t he 30 plus de gree weather.
“It w as a f antastic show . We had 1,900 in a ttendance so that was pretty good for a matinée on a warm day,” says Vance Neudorf Executive Director.
Fans clapped and cheered as Brandt pla yed his we ll known s ongs. His m usic even persuaded a few to two step in front of the stage.
The unique s etting impressed not only v isitors t o the valley, but Brandt as well, says Neudorf.
“He fle w in by he licopter to the site and I me t him a t the top and he said ‘this is incredible’, and t hen dow n on the s et he ke pt sa ying wha t an ama zing plac e it w as t o play.” member next season. The Canadian Badlands Passion P lay p artnered w ith Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (C BC) t o put on this event.
“We started our s eries the Canadian I cons in t he B adlands, and so there was just a similar thing going on. The y are all a bout promoting C anadian t alent and we wer e promoting C anadian Talent, so t hey lo oked in to it and came on b oard f or it ,” sa ys Nuedorf.
“With Pa ul, his s ongs ar e very familiar. You hear them and you ar e like, oh ye ah I know t hat s ong. I t is pr etty cool t o ha ve s omeone lik e that come in and pla y for us being a smaller ven ue,” sa ys Neudorf.
Canadian Icon Paul Brandt played the Badlands Amphitheater on Sunday, August 21 for a crowd of 1,900.