Donny Parenteau signs with “360 Records/EMI

Donny Parenteau

Ever look at the backing band behind your fave act and wonder what their stories are? Many are journeymen road dogs and some others are like Donny Parenteau.


 Parenteau ‘s a talented singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (fiddle, mandolin, acoustic and electric guitars and the unique mandocaster).  After touring with Neal McCoy for twelve years, Donny launched his solo career in 2003.


This seasoned entertainer has performed with numerous country artists and genuine music icons such as Charlie Daniels, Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Shania Twain and Reba McIntyre, while honing his skill and waiting for the right time to do his own thing.


Since going solo, Parenteau has garnered numerous Provincial and National recognitions including a Juno Nomination in 2007 for Aboriginal Recording of the Year, wins for SCMA (Saskatchewan Country Music Association) Male Vocalist of the Year, Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year and Aboriginal Artist of the Year. 


Donny has won two CAMA (Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards) in 2007 for Song of the Year (Father Time) and Producer / Engineer of the Year (What It Takes) which he shared with Steve Fox, Glenn Enns and Matt Anderson.


His second single from the album – ‘My Girl’ is currently at Canadian radio, with the accompanying video in rotation on CMT Canada.
The new album TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN was produced by Harry Stinson with Donny as Associate Producer and it is expected to hit retail January 25th, 2011.

Donny combines his broad musical repertoire, stunning vocals and original songs with the additional musical talents of his band to create memorable performances that leave an ever-increasing fan base astounded and coming back for more.