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Interview with Kadooh

  • Broadcast in Country Music
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After spending over a decade as the guitarist and backing vocalist of the rock band State of Shock, Vancouver-based Country Artist Kadooh made the decision to cross over to country, a genre he’s grown to love, and step into the spotlight for the first time as a solo artist. In 2018, he won his very first country music award, earning the Ray McAuley Horizon Award at the BC Country Music Association Awards (BCCMA). In 2019, he released his debut self-titled EP and 3 singles, and the winning streak continued leading to nominations for BCCMA Male Artist of the Year, SOCAN Songwriter of the Year, Single of the Year, and Album of the Year, and ultimately taking home the BCCMA award for Video of the Year for “Somethin’ to Roll On”.

Kadooh is gearing up to release an EP later this year. Brought together with the help of producer Jeff Johnson, the EP will continue to reflect Kadooh’s new sound — one that has found influence in not only his everyday life, but an engrained love of music as a whole.

The music video for his new single "Rattlesnake Bite" filmed in Abbotsford, BC was brought to life by Director Stephano Barberis. Kadooh’s close friend, and award-winning musician and songwriter Chad Kroeger of Nickelback not only makes a special guest appearance in the video, but also co-produced the new single

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