TODD RICHARD - EPK
Todd Richard's stage presence during a big show is nothing short of dynamic, and his fans love him for his explosive energy, rich vocals and unique gritty style
With two albums and a third on the way in 2019, numerous singles released to radio with international airplay
Todd's music is on the leading edge of Today's Country sound and features a wide array of "true story" songs that make one want to 'laugh' 'rock' 'dance' 'think' and 'cry'
Himself and his award winning TR Band have shared the stage with many of country music’s top acts,
including Dallas Smith, Washboard Union, Dwight Yoakum, Dierks Bentley, Gord Bamford , rock legend Randy Bachman and more!
Todd was awarded the BCCMA "Humanitarian of the Year" 2017&2018,
Variety BC's "Colleen Wood" award, and an International Media Award from Variety International for his work on spearheading project "Follow Your Heart"
Todd's new singles "Still Got Hope" "King of Crown" from his upcoming third album are at Country radio now across Canada and beyond
Press & Industry Comments
Jess Peters. Agassiz-Harrison Observer
“When Todd Richard steps on stage, it's always with energy, grit and style. The country singer's stage presence during a big show is nothing short of dynamic, and his fans love him for it.” - Jessica Peters, Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Todd's music is on the leading edge of Today's Country sound and features a wide array of songs that make one want to 'laugh'- Zero to Hero, 'rock'- High Time, 'dance'- Stand Up, 'think'- Life's about People and 'cry' with Todd's tribute song to Cancer Survivors- Journey On!
Casey Clarke/ CMT Canada
After watching Todd perform on CMT Canada’s Big in a Small Town, Casey Clarke was quoted as saying ... “There is no one in the business who has sacrificed more in the pursuit of their dream”.
Amanda Wilkinson/Small Town Pistols
"Todd's voice is like a warm blanket with his rich deep tones" There is no doubt about it Todd Richard is making a strong impression on music industry personnel and fans alike. Just listen and you will hear why....
Jennifer Fienberg, Chilliwack Progress “The producers liked his appealing and folksy back story: a hard-working guy and his wife sell almost everything to fuel his rock-and-roll dream of making it in the country music world as a singer-songwriter, partly to honour his late father's memory. With his smooth vocals and distinct look, he made it to Nashville, recorded a video, and some songs with some crack session players and has been slogging away ever since with his debut CD, Journey On. A panel of CMT Canada judges winnowed down the contestants to 30 people in their search for the next big country artist. The actual winner of the $100,000 prize package gets a recording contract in studio and much more. "Gotta stay positive!" ”