Show Review – “HIT AFTER HIT” TOUR – PART 2 By: Tishanne Dupuis Who: George Canyon starring Doc Walker & Charlie Major, special guest Don Amero When: September 18, 2019 Where: Sanderson Centre, Brantford, ON This past Wednesday night, George Canyon brought us his ‘Hit After Hit’ part 2 tour. Canyon was joined by guests Doc Walker, Charlie Major along with special guest Don Amero. Three of our favorite Canadian country music stars, who have well over 50 Junos and CCMA Awards between them, took to the stage with a packed Sanderson Center in Brantford, Ontario. It was a night filled with a mix of old and new songs and fan favorites. Don Amero from Winnipeg, Manitoba was well received and opened for Canyon thanking everyone, expressing his appreciation to be a part of the tour, he opened with Keith Urbans “Love Somebody’’. Amero then shared with us all how he came to know his wife, leaving the crowd in stiches and dedicating his song “Music Lover” to his wife, than closed out with dedicating his song Church to his father. Canyon greeted everyone and welcomed and thanked the crowd for attending his kitchen Party, he wished his wife a happy birthday as he was missing the occasion, and acknowledge his sisters who were in attendance. Canyon offed something for everyone, with his rugged yet charming country good-looks and warm soothing sounds. Canyon opened with “Daughters of the sun”, also performed throughout the night was “Sunshine”, “Slow Dance” and his new single “Vinyl”, all songs had the crowd singing along or in the aisles dancing. A couple of highlights of the evening was when Charlie Major joined Canyon on stage to perform a duet and Canyon offered his hat to Major. Doc walker also presented Canyon with a drawing of buzz light gear and serenaded him with “You’ve got a friend in me”. Canyon and Doc Walker had everyone out of their seats singing, clapping and dancing as they closed out with “The Show Is Free”. However closing out the concert would truly not be a complete George Canyon concert without a Johnny Cash tune, the group returned and officially closed the night with Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire”.