Submitted by Sandy Graham
Iconic Canadian entertainer Dean Brody is closing out the biggest summer of his career by earning his eighth #1 at Canadian country radio on the BDS Country Chart with “Where’d You Learn How to Do That.” This monumental spot at the top of the charts follows-up Brody’s recent headlining show at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage.
“Big love and thanks to all my fans and country radio for this,” shared Brody when learning of his #1. “I’m so happy I get to make music for you all. What a year it has been!”
Since his debut single “Brothers” hit the US Top-40 back in 2008, Dean has become one of the most beloved Canadian country artists of his generation. A passionate storyteller and unmatched lyricist, Dean has risen and continues to remain at the top of the Canadian country landscape with an impressive 33 Top-10 singles (including 8 #1s), 18 CCMA Awards, 2 JUNOs, more than 400 million global streams and numerous gold and platinum (including 1 double platinum and 1 triple platinum) certified singles. Only Shania Twain has more Canadian streams than Dean when looking at Canadian country artists’ “lifetime” results.
No country artist has ever owned the Canadian stage like Dean in recent years, consistently selling out arenas across the country, headlining Canada’s biggest music festivals and becoming the only Canadian country artist to hold a 6-year residency at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage. While a consistently celebrated entertainer, Dean also dedicates a large part of his life to philanthropic efforts through his charity, The Dean Brody Foundation.
Check out “Where’d You Learn How To Do That,” on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/x2sS9g749Bw
“Where’d You Learn How To Do That,” a fun, upbeat party track, showing off Brody’s country roots, was an anchor in the multi-PLATINUM artist’s shows this summer. Having spent the past few months headlining multiple festival stages across Canada including Festival Country Lotbinière, Dauphin Country Fest, as well as a sold-out hometown show in Fort Steele, B.C. in partnership with the NHLPA and a 10-night residency at the Calgary Stampede, Brody has had the biggest summer season of his career. To close out the warm weather months, Brody took the stage for his sixth year headlining at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on Saturday night, becoming the only Canadian country artist to hold a six-year residency at the iconic venue.