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Canadian country music recording artist Rob Kirkham and Neon Rain are known as one of the most personable live acts in Canada, which is apparent at all of their performances.

"We take great pride in embracing our fans on a one-to-one basis. They are like family" says Kirkham. The group thrives on their penchance for relentless touring, which has resulted in

a growing legion of fans and recognition from their peers and numerous memorable concerts across Canada, that include casino and festival dates. The group has shared the stage with

the likes of Lady Antebellum, Jason McCoy and Jason Aldean.

The group was nominated at the Hamilton Music Awards for "Recording of The Year" on two occasions and by the CMAO (Country Music Association of Ontario) as well as receiving

the Hamilton Community News "Reader's Choice Best Artist" award. Three television appearances have also helped the band solidify their presence on the Canadian music scene and

their growing fan base.

The high energy music on their first two full-length album releases titled "Rob Kirkham and Neon Rain" (Self Titled Debut) and "Seven Year Itch" have spawned the infectious radio

singles: Step 13, Kick Back and Love Goes Bang which have garnered radio airplay in Canada, the U.S, Australia and Europe and all of the songs were accompanied by music videos.

Kirkham's voice is emotive, magnetic and delivers a tone that sets him apart from the crowd. The 2014 album release is their best work to date and is sure to please.

The album will be supported by a national radio campaign and a 2016 tour that will include select U.S dates and appearances at industry conferences.

Rob Kirkham and Neon Rain are poised to bring their repertoire of potent and catchy songs to the next level of success and continue giving back to their community by performing benefit

concerts for many charitable organizations that include: The Canadian Breast Cancer foundation, Diabetes Association, The Good Shepherd and local food banks in their hometown of Hamilton, Ontario. 

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