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A true half-time cowboy, Byron Falk lives in the modern world, but carries an old western heartbeat. By soulful, baritone delivery, His witty Cowboy songs, hurting ballads and confessions of the wandering soul are sure to connect with people. Byron claims his own version of country music, from the most realistic perspective he could. Inspiration flows from a life in horses, small town living and uncovering the prairie.

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MCMA "Songwriters In The Round" - Byron Falk (acoustic)

Trans Canada Brewing Company, Route 90, Winnipeg, MB

On August 17th, we will be hosting our 2nd MCMA Songwriter's Event of 2019 at Trans Canada Brewing Company. This will be an afternoon event, and will provide an experience opportunity for artists and songwriters of all abilities in a fun and interactive atmosphere to be seen and have their music heard. (Please note that songwriters/performers must perform original songs only.) The format will be a “Songwriters In The Round” style with each songwriter expected to perform a maximum of two songs on stage with 3-4 other artists

Diamond In The Rough; CCMA Showcase - Byron Falk (acoustic)

Metropolitan; CCMA Week, 150-317, 7th Ave SW , Calgary, AB

Diamond In The Rough by Sirroma Entertainment; CCMA Showcase Diamonds in the Rough Stage was created in 2012 being held in Saskatoon, Sask during Canadian Country Music Week. The vision for this stage came about from watching artists aimlessly wander with no sense of direction during Canadian Country Music week. We felt there was a need to give these artists a direction. This was a stage where they could be seen and heard. Every artist deserves the opportunity to be visible while developing their craft. We believe that every artist given the correct tools and opportunities, will achieve individual success.

Canada has many talented artists looking for opportunities to perform and share their music. Sirroma Entertainment feels that giving artists an opportunity to perform during this prestige week, will contribute to the contentment of artists, reassuring them that their contribution to the Canadian Country Music Industry is appreciated.