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Music for mental health – featuring Mitch Zorn, Mark Ledlin, Zach McPhee & Dane Bateman

May 30 at 7:00 pm 10:00 pm PDT

may 30 fundraiser

New Country 100.7 and Thirdspace charity presents Music for Mental health!

Mark Ledlin:

No stranger to a stage. Mark Ledlin, who just recent ended a very successful 8 year pro-hockey career in Germany, is back to set way his full time career in the Country Music scene. With early success following his debut single “Drink About Me”. Over the last 2 years Ledlin was a Semi-Finalist in the “SiriusXM TOP OF THE COUNTRY” program. Ledlin has also hit stages such as Sunfest and Canada’s largest Country festival Boots & Hearts. Direct support opening for acts such as Kameron Marlowe & Lainey Wilson. With a busy summer, Ledlin is set to open up for more heavy hitters such as Riley Green, Lee Brice and again Kameron Marlowe in Quebec for “Festival Country Lotbiniere.

Zach McPhee:

Country music singer-songwriter Zach McPhee grew up in the Okanagan, and has been releasing music since 2023. Zach was named a finalist in the 2024 nationwide SiriusXM Top of the Country Competition, and has taken the country music scene by storm. Being named to the cover of Apple Music’s Canada’s Country playlist three times, and Amazon Music’s Breakthrough Country Playlist, McPhee has accumulated over 7-Million all time streams. Combining his love for storytelling and songwriting, Zach has released a debut EP “Feels Country to Me”, and a total of 7 singles. Continuing on with his success, he is set to play at Lasso Music Festival in Montréal and CMA Fest in Nashville this summer.

Dane Bateman:

Bio information coming soon.

Mitch Zorn:

Hailing from Nakusp, BC, and having recently returned to Canada after spending 4 years splitting time between Texas & Tennessee, Mitch Zorn is primed to take over the Canadian Country Music Scene. With over 10 years experience playing stages across Canada and the U.S., Mitch has quite the resume for an up and comer. Most notably, Mitch appeared on CBC news for his single “Humboldt,” a cut he penned in 2018 to commemorate the 16 lives lost in the tragic accident. Since then, Mitch has released a full studio EP, has another on the way, and has played over 75 shows across British Columbia in the last calendar year. Mitch recently signed with 604 Records and is excited for this next chapter of his music career.

Free show, please consider tipping the artists.