The Wilkinsons, a Canadian country music trio from Trenton, are back touring after a six-year break.
Featuring lead singer Amanda Wilkinson, her brother Tyler Wilkinson, and their father, Steve Wilkinson, they achieved success late in 1998 with the hit single “26 Cents.”
This song went number one on the Canadian country music charts and top five hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts.
It was followed by “Fly (The Angel Song),” also number one in Canada. A second album, Here and Now, produced the group’s last American top 40 hit in “Jimmy’s Got a Girlfriend.”
Afterward, the trio recorded three more albums, one of which was not released, and a Greatest Hits package.
The Grammy-nominated trio will do their greatest hits from the family group, as well as Amanda’s solo career and the Small Town Pistols, like “26 Cents”, “No More Me & You”, and “Colour Blind.”
They’re at the Academy Theatre on Nov. 23 at 7:30 pm.
Supporting The Wilkinsons is Barbara Lynn Doran. Barbara Lynn Doran is an award-winning songwriter who recently released her third studio album, Reveal, which was recorded in Nashville.
The lead single from her new album, “Half Hearted Love” was a finalist in the Great American Songwriting contest in 2016.
In 2017 Jessica Mitchell released a single that Barbara co-wrote, “Tear It Down.”
She is backed by Juno nominee Robert Laidlaw.