Sept 16, 2014 (ISN) – Brandon, MB.– The Brandon Wheat Kings are pleased to announce that rising country
music star Kendra Kay Kvemshagen
will perform the National Anthem before this Friday’s Western Hockey
League season opener at Westman Communications Group Place against the
visiting Regina Pats.
An Elkhorn product, Kendra Kay graduated
high school this past June and has set her sights on conquering the
country music industry.
Kendra Kay’s journey into country music
began during the winter of 2013 when she travelled to Nashville to
record a demo for a prestigious radio contest. It was there that a
chance encounter with a talent scout on Lower Broadway led to her
meeting record producer and songwriter Jeff Jones.
With Jones in her corner, Kendra recorded her first single “It Was” last January and
since then she’s been back to Tennessee to complete her debut album titled “Broken”.
The first single “Some Things Go Together Like That”
will be released to radio later this month, while the album and singles
are now available on I-Tunes for purchase. The videos for both singles
can be viewed on YouTube.
Kendra recently returned from the
Canadian Country Music Awards in Edmonton, where she performed at the
Showcase event and met with people from across the Canadian Music
With an incredibly powerful vocal talent, keen musical
sense and charisma, Kendra is so much more than a simple up and comer.
She is a musical talent that we should be watching out for many years to
More information on Kendra Kay can be found on her Facebook page or by checking out
her official website at kendrakaymusic.com
addition to having Kendra sing the National Anthem, the Wheat Kings in
conjunction with the Keystone Centre have announced plans for a pre-game
Tailgate Party, to be set up in the Convention Hall, beginning at 5pm.
More details on Friday’s Home Opener plans are expected to be released throughout
to Friday’s game are on sale at the Keystone Centre box office, by
calling 726-3555 or online at www.keystonecentre.com. And speaking of
tickets, the Wheat Kings encourage fans to stop in and become a 2014-15
Season Ticket Holder. At $450 for adults, fans are saving up to 40% off
the regular box office admission price.
For more information on how to get the BIGGEST Ticket in Westman be sure to call the
Wheat Kings at 726-3535 or visit us online at www.wheatkings.com
Friday’s game is the first of a weekend home and home series with the
Pats. Saturday night, the Wheat Kings will travel to Regina.