Canadian country artist Maddison Krebs recorded and released her first EP, Bulls Eye, when she was just 15 years old. Now at 21, since winning ole Label Group’s On The Spot competition in 2016 and earning herself a spot in their red dot artist development program she has been digging through the musical pile of America – living under Nashville skies, writing and recording with some of Nashville’s top producers and songwriters such as Gary Paczosa, Jeff Trott, Jon Randall and Tony Martin.
Cultivating her musical career and dreams with the mighty, cascading charge Nashville has for them, there is no doubt that Maddison Krebs’s next studio album titled Live for Love will convey her abundance of classic country influences and waves of upbeat rock and pop. Produced by Grammy award winning producer Jeff Trott (Sheryl Crow, Jason Mraz, etc), Live for Love has no confirmed release date and is currently being mastered by Grammy nominated master engineer João Carvalho, and mixed by Juno Award winner Jason Dufour in Nashville.
Maddison Krebs is a strong story weaver here to serve the music and preform with absolute conviction, the music that bursts and flows alongside her lyrical stylings are uplifting and complimentary to her message – that is to have a conversation through her lyrics and song. Prior to her last song release, Krebs’ notable achievements included her 2014 full-length debut Your True Love and its nomination for Album of the Year by the Alberta Country Music Association.
She has preformed for over 200,000 people during the 2012 Calgary Stampede alongside Canadian Country legend Paul Brandt, as well as has taken part in their Stampede City Sessions, a live music broadcast series that features local and international artists. Maddison has also landed slots at major festivals such as the Big Valley Jamboree, Canadian Music Week, and Folk Alliance International. With the ability to lay life out so sweetly for her listeners, this songbird is well on her way to leaving her mark within the American Music Scene.