Management


Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

Bookings



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Adkins Publicity

Exclusive PR / Publicity Representation of Gene Watson / Contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville

For exclusive PR / publicity representation of Gene Watson, contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville.



Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted during 2018, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Michelle Wright, which she submitted to this site on Monday 26 March 2018.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Michelle Wright who made a special contribution to this unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.
Chuck Thompson, Thompson Entertainment Group, LLC, 924 Deervale Drive, Nashville
Sean Brady would also like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Chuck Thompson at Thompson Entertainment Group in Nashville, without whom this Gene Watson 'Peer's Quote' from Michelle Wright would not have been possible.

Michelle Wright

Michelle Wright
This quote was submitted on Monday 26 March 2018.

'I grew up listening to Gene Watson and became a big fan.

So, needless to say when, early in my career, I was invited to be his opening act for a few shows in Eastern Canada, I was thrilled.

Gene was the first country music superstar that I got to share the stage with, so it is a memory that I will always hold dear'

Thank you, Michelle Wright, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Michelle Wright...

Michelle Wright

Michelle Wright, who was born on 1 July 1961 in Chatham, Ontario, Canada, has been drawing rave reviews for her expressive voice and her distinctive style since the release of her debut album, 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 1988) on Savannah Records.

Over the ensuing years, Michelle Wright has released monumentally successful albums in the United States and Canada and enjoys an international career, one that has seen her grace concert stages across North America, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia and Asia.

Michelle Wright has amassed a total of twenty‐five Top 10 radio hits in her homeland of Canada and walked to podiums in music centers such as Los Angeles and Toronto to accept more than forty major awards.

Michelle Wright is the first Canadian‐born artist in the modern era of country music to have a Top 10 hit single in America ('Take It Like a Man' in 1992) and a No.1 video on CMT‐USA ('Take It Like a Man' in 1992), and to win a major United States music industry award (Academy of Country Music Top New Female Artist, 1993).

Growing up in Merlin, Ontario, a small Canadian farming community near Chatham, Michelle Wright heard the rhythm & blues and Motown hits coming out of Detroit, just forty‐five minutes away.  But especially she heard the strains of country music, since her parents were both country music performers.  'My earliest memories of music are singing in the car, or spending the weekend with my father after my parents separated and watching him put on a rhinestone‐studded suit to perform in'

As a young girl, Michelle Wright tagged along on countless jobs.  'We never were a family band, but I got a lot of inspiration and encouragement from my mother.  That’s where my love of country music really began'

Michelle Wright: 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 1988)Michelle Wright: 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 2010) Reba McEntire: 'Reba' (MCA Records, 1988)

In 1988, Michelle Wright saw the release of her debut album, 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 1988), which was produced by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles, and included seven tracks, which were released as singles on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart:

'I Want To Count On You' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.48, 1986)
'New Fool At An Old Game' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.11, 1987) / this track also reached No.21 on the Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary singles chart in 1987 / this track was recorded by Reba McEntire, who included it on 'Reba' (MCA Records, 1988)
'The Rhythm of Romance' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) / this track was released as a single in 1988, but it did not chart
'Do Right By Me' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) / this track was released as a single in 1988, but it did not chart / this track was recorded by Reba McEntire, who included it on 'Reba' (MCA Records, 1988)
'I Wish I Were Only Lonely' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.7, 1989) / this track was recorded by Reba McEntire, who included it on 'Reba' (MCA Records, 1988)
'Rock Me Gently' (written by Andy Kim) (No.7, 1989)
'I Don't Want To Wonder' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles(No.23, 1989) / this track also reached No.18 on the Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary singles chart in 1989

Michelle Wright's debut album, 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 1988) also included the following tracks:

'With a Love Like Yours' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles)
'A Good Man is Hard To Find' (written by J.K. Gulley)
'Reaching For The Stars' (written by Michelle Wright)

Michelle Wright's debut album, 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 1988) reached No.32 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums Chart in 1988.

Steve Bogard

Michelle Wright: 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 2010) Terry Carisse: 'None of The Feeling is Gone' (Savannah Records, 1986)

On Tuesday 24 August 2010, Michelle Wright's debut album, 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 1988) was re-issued by Savannah Records, with all original songs, plus 'None of The Feeling is Gone', Michelle Wright's 1987 duet with Terry Carisse (Saturday 11 July 1942 - Sunday 22 May 2005), which was included on Terry Carisse's 'None of The Feeling is Gone(Savannah Records, 1986), and reached No.13 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1987.

In 1988, following the release of Michelle Wright's debut album, 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 1988) and, 
after a year of college, studying counseling for the mentally disadvantaged, Michelle Wright set off to tour North America.

Michelle Wright's debut album, 'Do Right By Me' (Savannah Records, 1988) sold well over 40,000 copies, and opened many doors in the United States.  The American country music world was impressed, and the new Arista Records Nashville label made Michelle Wright one of its flagship artists.

Michelle Wright: 'Michelle Wright' (Savannah Records, 1990)

Signing with Arista Records Nashville in 1990, Michelle Wright saw the release, on Tuesday 17 July 1990, of her first United States album, 'Michelle Wright' (Arista Records Nashville, 1990), which was produced by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles, and included five tracks, which were hit singles on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart:

'New Kind of Love' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.4, 1990) / this track also reached No.32 on the Billboard country music singles in 1990, and was Michelle Wright's first Top 40 country music hit single in the United States
'Woman's Intuition' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.14, 1990) / this track also reached No.72 on the Billboard country music singles in 1990
'A Heartbeat Away' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.21, 1991)
'All You Really Wanna Do' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.9, 1991) / this track also reached No.73 on the Billboard country music singles in 1991
'Not Enough Love To Go 'Round' (written by Steve Bogard, Bobby Fischer and Rick Giles) (No.20, 1991)

Michelle Wright's first United States album, 'Michelle Wright' (Arista Records Nashville, 1990), also included the following tracks:

'Wide Open' (written by Charlie Black and Steve Bogard)
'The Longest Night' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles)

'The Dust Ain't Settled Yet' (written by Craig Bickhardt, Brent Maher and Don Schlitz)
'Like a Hurricane' (written by Michael Clark)
'As Far As Lonely Goes' (written by Matraca Berg and Janis Ian)

Personnel involved in the recording of Michelle Wright's first United States album, 'Michelle Wright' (Arista Records Nashville, 1990), included the following:

Richard 'Spadey' Brannon (bass guitar)
Paul Franklin (steel guitar)
John Gardner (drums)
Paul Hollowell (keyboards)
Carl Marsh (Fairlight)
Brent Mason (guitars)
Terry McMillan (Monday 12 October 1953 - Friday 2 February 2007) (percussion)
Rick Giles (background vocals on all tracks, except 'Like a Hurricane')
Rick Giles and Nancy T. Michaels (background vocals on 'Like a Hurricane')

American audiences responded immediately and enthusiastically to 'that girl singer from up north with the snow in her videos', and her first single, 'New Kind of Love' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles), becoming Michelle Wright's first Top 30 American hit.

As she started work on her follow 
up album for Arista Records Nashville, however, it became increasingly apparent that Michelle Wright needed to spend much more time in Nashville to advance her career so, in 1991, she relocated to Music City, where she continues to reside today.

Michelle Wright: 'Now & Then' (Arista Records, 1992) Karen Staley: 'Wildest Dreams' (MCA Records, 1989)

On Friday 22 May 1992, Michelle Wright saw the release of 'Now & Then' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992), which was produced by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles, and included seven tracks, which were hit singles on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart:

'Take It Like a Man' (written by Tony Haselden) (No.1 for two weeks in June 1992) / this track also reached No.18 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1992, and No.10 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1992
'One Time Around', which was written by Chapin Hartford and Don Pfrimmer (Thursday 9 September 1937 - Monday 7 December 2015) (No.1, 1992) / this track also reached No.43 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1992
'He Would Be Sixteen' (written by Charlie Black, Jill Colucci and Austin Roberts) (No.3, 1992) / this track also reached No.30 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1992, and No.31 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1992
'The Change' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.14, 1993) / this track also reached No.55 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1993
'If I'm Ever Over You' (written by Mark D. Sanders and Trisha Yearwood) (No.33, 1993)
'Guitar Talk' (written by Steve Bogard and Colin Linden) (No.1 for one week in January 1994)
'Now & Then' (written by Gary Harrison and Karen Staley) (No.9, 1994) / this track was also recorded by Karen Staley, who included it on 'Wildest Dreams' (MCA Records, 1989); Karen Staley's version of the track reached No.87 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1989

Michelle Wright's 'Now & Then' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992) also included the following tracks:

'Don't Start With Me' (written by Steve Bogard and Michael Clark)
'Fastest Healing Wounded Heart' (written by Pat Bunch and Curtis Stone)
'A Little More Comfortable' (written by Chapin Hartford)

Personnel involved in the recording of Michelle Wright's 'Now & Then' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992) included the following:

Bruce C. Bouton (pedal steel guitar, Weissenborn)
Spady Brannan (bass guitar)
Sonny Garrish (pedal steel guitar, pedabro)
Rick Giles, Karen Staley and Lari Michele White Cannon (Thursday 13 May 1965 - Tuesday 23 January 2018) (background vocals)
Carl Marsh (Fairlight)
Brent Mason (electric guitar)
Steve Nathan (piano, keyboards)
Catherine Styron (keyboards)
Biff Watson (acoustic guitar)
John Willis (acoustic guitar, mandolin)
Lonnie Wilson (drums)
Michelle Wright (lead vocals)

Michelle Wright's 'Now & Then' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992) reached No.2 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums Chart in 1992, No.20 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1992, No.126 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart in 1992, and No.29 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers Chart in 1992.

In May 1993, The Academy of Country Music named Michelle Wright its 'Top New Female Vocalist'.

It was also in 1993 when Michelle Wright was catapulted to superstardom in Canada, receiving a total of 
twelve music industry awards, including the Canadian Country Music Association's 'Fans' Choice Entertainer of The Year' award and double platinum honours for 'Now & Then' (Arista Nashville Records, 1992).

Michelle Wright: 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994) Daron Norwood: 'Ready, Willing & Able' (Giant Records, 1995) Martina McBride: 'Wild Angels' (RCA Records, 1995)

On Tuesday 6 September 1994, Michelle Wright saw the release of 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994), which was produced by Steve Bogard, Mike Clute, Val Garay and John Guess, and included three tracks, which were hit singles on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart:

'One Good Man' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.1 for one week in October 1994) / this track also reached No.57 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1994
'The Wall' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.4, 1994)
'Safe in The Arms of Love' (written by Pat Bunch, Mary Ann Kennedy and Pamela Rose) (No.4, 1995) / this track was also recorded by Martina McBride, who included it on 'Wild Angels' (RCA Records, 1995); Martina McBride's version of 'Safe in The Arms of Love' reached No.4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1995

Michelle Wright's 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994) also included the following tracks:

'We've Tried Everything Else' (written by Bob DiPiero, Steve Seskin and Pam Tillis)
'Cold Kisses' (written by Chapin Hartford and Pam Tillis)
'The Reasons Why I'm Gone' (written by Chuck Cannon and Gary Lloyd)
'Try Getting Over You' (written by Paul Nelson and Craig Wiseman) / this track was also recorded by Daron Norwood (), who included it on 'Ready, Willing & Able' (Giant Records, 1995)
'Where Do We Go From Here' (written by Jill Colucci, Randy Sharp and Michelle Wright)
'Tell Me More' (written by Chuck Jones and Cactus Moser)
'The Old Song & Dance', which was written by Layng Martine Junior and Kent M. Robbins (Wednesday 23 April 1947 - Saturday 27 December 1997)

Personnel involved in the recording of Michelle Wright's 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994) included the following:

Richard Bennett (Fender Rhodes, electric guitar)
Stephanie Bentley, Michael Black, John Cowan, Raul Malo, Liana Manis, John Wesley Ryles, Cindy Walker (Saturday 20 July 1918 - Thursday 23 March 2006) and Lari Michele White Cannon (Thursday 13 May 1965 - Tuesday 23 January 2018) (background vocals)
Mark Casstevens (acoustic guitar, mandolin)
Joe Chemay (bass guitar)
Bill Cuomo and Michael Omartian (piano)
Dan Dugmore (pedal steel guitar)
Paul Franklin (Dobro, pedal steel guitar, lap steel guitar)
Sonny Garrish (Dobro, pedal steel guitar)
Rob Hajacos (fiddle)
Tony Harrell (keyboards)
Dann Huff and Brent Mason (electric guitar)
Paul Leim (drums, percussion)
Steve Nathan (keyboards, piano)
Biff Watson (acoustic guitar)
John Willis (guitar)
Lonnie Wilson (drums)
Glenn Worf (bass guitar)
Michelle Wright (lead vocals)

Michelle Wright's 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994) reached No.3 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums Chart in 1994, and No.44 on the Canadian RPM Top Albums Chart in 1994.

The momentum generated by the release of Michelle Wright's 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994) enabled Michelle to headline a triumphant forty‐city Canadian concert tour in early 1995, which at that time was the most extensive tour in the history of the country music business in Canada.

In 1995, Michelle Wright
 hosted the Canadian Country Music Awards where she finished the evening in grand style, receiving her second award as the CCMA's 'Fans' Choice Entertainer of The Year'.

Michelle Wright: 'For Me It's You' (Arista Nashville Records, 1996) Michelle Wright: 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994)

On Tuesday 27 August 1996, Michelle Wright saw the release of 'For Me It's You' (Arista Nashville Records, 1996), which was produced by 
Jim Scherer, Tim DuBois, Monty Powell, John Guess and Val Garay, and included four tracks, which were hit singles on the Canadian Country Tracks Chart:

'Nobody's Girl' (written by Gretchen Peters) (No.1 for one week in August 1996)
'Crank My Tractor' (written by Steven Dale Jones and Mark Narmore) (No.1 for four weeks in December 1996 - January 1997)
'The Answer is Yes' (written by Rodney Crowell) (No.4, 1997)
'What Love Looks Like' (written by Michelle Wright, Christi Dannemiller and Lisa Drew) (No.4, 1997)

Michelle Wright's 'For Me It's You' (Arista Nashville Records, 1996), which was produced by Jim Scherer, Tim DuBois, Monty Powell, John Guess and Val Garay, also included the following tracks:

'We've Tried Everything Else' (written by Pam Tillis, Bob DiPiero and Steve Seskin) / this track was originally included on Michelle Wright's 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994)
'I'm Not Afraid' (written by Dougie Pincock, Monty Powell, Debi Cochran and Anna Wilson)
'You Owe Me' (written by Craig Wiseman and Ronnie Samoset)
'For Me It's You' (written by Marilyn Martin, Trey Bruce and Thom McHugh)
'Cold Kisses' (written by Pam Tillis and Chapin Hartford) / this track was originally included on Michelle Wright's 'The Reasons Why' (Arista Records, 1994)
'Love Has No Pride' (written by Eric Kaz and Libby Titus) / this track featured backup vocals from Raul Malo, the lead singer of the country music group The Mavericks

Personnel involved in the recording of Michelle Wright's 'For Me It's You' (Arista Nashville Records, 1996) included the following:

Brian Barnett, John GardnerRick Gratton, Pasi Leppikangas and Billy Thomas (drums)
Richard Bennett, Steve Gibson, Dann Huff and Mike Severs (electric guitar)
Michael Black, John Cowan, Tabitha Fair, Sheree Jeacocke, Liana Manis, Don Nielson, Kim Parent, Monty Powell, Kip Raines and Dennis Wilson (background vocals)
Mark Casstevens (acoustic guitar, mandolin)
Joe Chemay, Mark Prentice, Michael Rhodes and Tom Szczesniak (bass guitar)
Bill Cuomo (synthesizer)
Dan Dugmore and Buck Reid (steel guitar)
Michael Francis and Jim Scherer (acoustic guitar, electric guitar)
Larry Franklin (fiddle)
Paul Franklin (Dobro, steel guitar, pedabro)
Michael Freeman (bass guitar, background vocals)
Sonny Garrish and Lee Warren (Dobro, steel guitar)
Tony Harrell, Steve Nathan and Matt Rollings (keyboards)
John Hobbs (organ, piano)
John Johnson (baritone saxophone, tenor saxophone)
Paul Leim (drums, percussion)
Sara Majors (acoustic guitar, mandolin, background vocals)
Raul Malo (background vocals on 'Love Has No Pride')
The Nashville String Machine (strings)
Michael Omartian (piano)
Lou Pomanto (accordion, piano)
Tom Roady (percussion)
Eric Silver (fiddle, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin)
Biff Watson and John Willis (acoustic guitar)
Michelle Wright (lead vocals)

Michelle Wright's 'For Me It's You' (Arista Nashville Records, 1996) reached No.6 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums Chart in 1996, and No.74 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1996.

Michelle Wright's 'For Me It's You' (Arista Nashville Records, 1996) was her most personal album, and reminded Michelle of the important relationship she enjoys with her fans.  'For me it is them, because when I get on that stage every night, no matter what's going on in my world, the audience makes me feel like, for right now, I'm okay, for right now, I'm full of joy'.

Michelle Wright's devotion to her fans and her love of 
performing have made her a headline concert attraction.  After co‐hosting (The Nashville Network) TNN / Music City News Awards show in 1994, and hosting the CCMA Awards in 1995, Michelle Wright's ease in front of the camera led to her guest appearance on the syndicated series 'Due South'.

Various Artists: 'Peace in The Valley' (Arista Records, 1997)

On Tuesday 25 February 1997, Arista Records released 'Peace in The Valley' (Arista Records, 1997), a various artists compilation, which included the following tracks:

'Walkin' in Jerusalem' (traditional) / this track featured vocals from Diamond Rio
'A House of Gold', which was written by Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953) / this track featured vocals from BR5-49
'Morning Has Broken' (traditional) / this track featured vocals from Pam Tillis
'We're All God's Children' (written by Bobby Braddock) / this track featured vocals from Alan Jackson
'Farther Along' (traditional) / this track featured vocals from BlackHawk
'Peace in The Valley' (written by Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey) / this track featured vocals from Tammy Graham
'John The Revelator' (traditional) / this track featured vocals from The Fairfield Four and Lee Roy Parnell
'What a Friend We Have in Jesus' (written by Charles C. Converse and Joseph Scriven) / this track featured vocals from Brett James
'Why Me Lord?' (written by Kris Kristofferson) / this track featured vocals from Steve Wariner
'I Ain't Singin' That Song No More' (written by Ron Wallace and Conley White) / this track featured vocals from Brooks & Dunn (Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn)
'O, Sacred Head, Now Wounded' (traditional) / this track featured vocals from Radney Foster
'People Get Ready', which was written by Curtis Mayfield (Wednesday 3 June 1942 - Sunday 26 December 1999) / this track featured vocals from Michelle Wright

It was also in 1997 when Michelle Wright became the first artist to appear on the cover of the Sears catalog in Canada.

In late 1997, at the 
CCMAs, Michelle Wright delivered a show‐stopping, gospel‐tinged rendition of the Curtis Mayfield hit, 'People Get Ready', accompanied by a fifty‐voice choir.  A personal career highlight for Michelle, she reflected 'I still get goose bumps whenever I hear that version'.

Jim Brickman: 'Visions of Love' (Windham Hill Records, 1998)

On Tuesday 14 July 1998, pianist Jim Brickman saw the release of 'Visions of Love' (Windham Hill Records, 1998); one of the included tracks, which featured guest vocals from Michelle Wright, was 'Your Love' (written by Jim Brickman, Dave Deviller and Sean Hosein), reaching No.15 on the Canadian Country Tracks Chart in 1997, No.16 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1997, and No.42 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1997.

Patsy Cline & Various Artists: 'Patsy Cline Duets, Volume 1' (Mercury Records, 1999)

In 1999, Michelle Wright had the opportunity to participate in a history‐making project when veteran record producer Michael Blakey invited her to lend her voice to 'Patsy Cline Duets, Volume 1' (Mercury Records, 1999), which featured both legendary and new talent teamed with Patsy Cline (Thursday 8 September 1932 - Tuesday 5 March 1963) on some of her most memorable songs.

Produced by weaving the contemporary voices into 
the classic Patsy Cline recordings, Michelle Wright dueted with Patsy Cline on the classic 'Walkin’ After Midnight', which was written by Alan W. Block and Donn Hecht (1930 - Friday 18 October 2002).

This opportunity continued an association with Patsy Cline (Thursday 8 September 1932 - Tuesday 5 March 1963) which began in 1993 when 
Michelle Wright read letters that Patsy had composed on camera in 'Remembering Patsy', the A&E television special commemorating the thirteenth anniversary of Patsy Cline’s death.

'Patsy Cline Duets, Volume 1' (Mercury Records, 1999) included the following tracks:

'
That Wonderful Someone' (written by Gertrude Burg) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline and Bob Carlisle
'
Patsy Cline' / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline
'
There He Goes' (written by Durwood Haddock, Eddie Miller and W.S. Stevenson) / this track, which featured vocals from Patsy Cline andJohn Berry, reached No.70 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1999
'
If I Could Only Stay Asleep' (written by Ethel Bassey and Wayland Chandler) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline andBeth Nielsen Chapman
'
Too Many Secrets' (written by Bobby Lile) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline andGlen Campbell (Wednesday 22 April 1936 - Tuesday 8 August 2017)
'
Crazy Dreams' (written by C.C. Beam, Charles Beam, Charles L. Jiles and W.S. Stevenson) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline andMila Mason
'
Life's Railway To Heaven' (written by W.S. Stevenson) (traditional) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline andWillie Nelson
'
Just Out of Reach' (written by V.F. Stewart) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline andWaylon Jennings (Tuesday 15 June 1937 - Wednesday 13 February 2002)
'
I Can't Forget', which was written by Carl Belew (Tuesday 21 April 1931 - Wednesday 31 October 1990) and W.S. Stevenson / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline andCrystal Gayle
'
Walkin' After Midnight', which was written by Alan W. Block and Donn Hecht (1930 - Friday 18 October 2002) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline andMichelle Wright
'
Hungry For Love' (written by Eddie Miller and W.S. Stevenson) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline
'
How Can I Face Tomorrow' (written by Charles Beam, Charles L. Jiles and W.S. Stevenson) / this track featured vocals from Patsy Cline

'Patsy Cline Duets, Volume 1' (Mercury Records, 1999) reached No.67 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1999.

Michelle Wright: 'The Greatest Hits Collection' (Arista Nashville Records / BMG Music Canada, 1999)

On Tuesday 2 November 1999, Michelle Wright saw the release, in Canada, of 'The Greatest Hits Collection' (Arista Nashville Records / BMG Music Canada, 1999), which included the following tracks:

'New Kind of Love' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.4, 1990) / this track also reached No.32 on the Billboard country music singles in 1990, and was Michelle Wright's first Top 40 country music hit single in the United States
'All You Really Wanna Do' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.9, 1991) / this track also reached No.73 on the Billboard country music singles in 1991
'Take It Like a Man' (written by Tony Haselden) (No.1 for two weeks in June 1992) / this track also reached No.18 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1992, and No.10 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1992
'He Would Be Sixteen' (written by Charlie Black, Jill Colucci and Austin Roberts) (No.3, 1992) / this track also reached No.30 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1992, and No.31 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1992
'Guitar Talk' (written by Steve Bogard and Colin Linden) (No.1 for one week in January 1994)
'Now & Then' (written by Gary Harrison and Karen Staley) (No.9, 1994) / this track was also recorded by Karen Staley, who included it on 'Wildest Dreams' (MCA Records, 1989); Karen Staley's version of the track reached No.87 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1989
'One Good Man' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.1 for one week in October 1994) / this track also reached No.57 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1994
'Safe in The Arms of Love' (written by Pat Bunch, Mary Ann Kennedy and Pamela Rose) (No.4, 1995) / this track was also recorded by Martina McBride, who included it on 'Wild Angels' (RCA Records, 1995); Martina McBride's version of 'Safe in The Arms of Love' reached No.4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1995
'Nobody's Girl' (written by Gretchen Peters) (No.1 for one week in August 1996)
'What Love Looks Like' (written by Michelle Wright, Christi Dannemiller and Lisa Drew) (No.4, 1997)
'The Answer is Yes' (written by Rodney Crowell) (No.4, 1997)
'People Get Ready', which was written by Curtis Mayfield (Wednesday 3 June 1942 - Sunday 26 December 1999) / this track was originally included on the Arista Records various artists compilation, 'Peace in The Valley' (Arista Records, 1997)
'Your Love' (written by Jim Brickman, Dave Deviller and Sean Hosein) / this track, which was originally included on pianist Jim Brickman's 'Visions of Love' (Windham Hill Records, 1998), and featured guest vocals from Michelle Wright, reached No.15 on the Canadian Country Tracks Chart in 1997, No.16 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1997, and No.42 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1997
'Walkin' After Midnight', which was written by Alan W. Block and Donn Hecht (1930 - Friday 18 October 2002) / this track, which was a duet with Patsy Cline (Thursday 8 September 1932 - Tuesday 5 March 1963), was previously unreleased
'When I Found You' (written by Dave Deviller, Sean Hosein and Michelle Wright) / this track, which was previously unreleased, reached No.5 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1999, and No.16 on the Canadian Adult Comtemporary Chart in 1999
'I Surrender' (written by Eric Silver and Michelle Wright) / this track, which was previously unreleased, reached No.10 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2000

Personnel involved in the recording of On Tuesday 2 November 1999, Michelle Wright saw the release of 'The Greatest Hits Collection' (Arista Nashville Records / BMG Music Canada, 1999), which included the following:

John Acosta, Michael Black, Lisa Cochran, Tabitha Fair, Rick Giles, Liana Manis, Karen Staley and Lari Michele White Cannon (Thursday 13 May 1965 - Tuesday 23 January 2018) (background vocals)
Bruce C. Bouton (steel guitar, Weissenborn)
Spady Brannen, Joe Chemay, Mark Hill, Brian Newcombe and Michael Rhodes (bass guitar)
Jim Brickman (piano)
Mark Casstevens (acoustic guitar, mandolin)
Patsy Cline (Thursday 8 September 1932 - Tuesday 5 March 1963) (duet vocals on 'Walkin' After Midnight')
Dave Deviller (acoustic guitar, programming)
Larry Franklin (fiddle)
Paul Franklin and Sonny Garrish (Dobro, steel guitar)
John Gardner (drums)
John Hobbs (organ, piano)
Paul Hollowell and Catherine Styron (keyboards)
Sean Hosein (programming)
Dann Huff and Brent Mason (electric guitar)
Paul Leim and Lonnie Wilson (drums, percussion)
Terry McMillan (Monday 12 October 1953 - Friday 2 February 2007) (percussion)
Carl Marsh (Fairlight)
Anthony Miracle (drums, keyboards)
Steve Nathan (keyboards, piano)
Michael Omartian (piano)
Larry Paxton (string arrangements)
Bill Sample (conductor, string arrangements)
Eric Silver (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, background vocals)
Biff Watson (acoustic guitar)
Kris Wilkinson (string arrangements, strings)
John Willis (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin)
Michelle Wright (lead vocals)

Michelle Wright's 'The Greatest Hits Collection' (Arista Nashville Records / BMG Music Canada, 1999) reached No.12 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums Chart in 1999.

Michelle Wright: 'Greatest Hits' (Arista Nashville Records, 2000) Martina McBride: 'Wild Angels' (RCA Records, 1995) Jim Brickman: 'Visions of Love' (Windham Hill Records, 1998)

On Tuesday 25 January 2000, Michelle Wright saw the release, in the United States, of 'Greatest Hits' (Arista Nashville Records, 2000), which included the following tracks:

'Take It Like a Man' (written by Tony Haselden) (No.10 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1992) / this track was No.1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart for two weeks in June 1992 / this track also reached No.18 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1992
'Safe in The Arms of Love' (written by Pat Bunch, Mary Ann Kennedy and Pamela Rose) (No.4 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1995) / this track was also recorded by Martina McBride, who included it on 'Wild Angels' (RCA Records, 1995); Martina McBride's version of 'Safe in The Arms of Love' reached No.4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1995
'He Would Be Sixteen' (written by Charlie Black, Jill Colucci and Austin Roberts) (No.31 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1992) / this track also reached No.3 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1992, and No.30 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1992
'Nobody's Girl' (written by Gretchen Peters) (No.1 for one week on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in August 1996)
'When I Found You' (written by Dave Deviller, Sean Hosein and Michelle Wright) (No.5 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1999) / this track also reached No.16 on the Canadian Adult Comtemporary Chart in 1999 / this version of the track is a new remix
'New Kind of Love' (written by Steve Bogard and Rick Giles) (No.32 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1990, making this track Michelle Wright's first Top 40 country music hit single in the United States) / this track also reached No.4 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1990
'The Answer is Yes' (written by Rodney Crowell) (No.4 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1997)
'What Love Looks Like' (written by Michelle Wright, Christi Dannemiller and Lisa Drew) (No.4 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1997)
'Guitar Talk' (written by Steve Bogard and Colin Linden) (No.1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart for one week in January 1994)
'Your Love' (written by Jim Brickman, Dave Deviller and Sean Hosein) / this track, which was originally included on pianist Jim Brickman's 'Visions of Love' (Windham Hill Records, 1998), featured guest vocals from Michelle Wright, reaching No.42 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1997 / this track also reached No.15 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1997, and No.16 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1997

Michelle Wright: 'Shut Up & Kiss Me' (BMG Music Canada / RCA Records / ViK. Recordings, 2002)

On Tuesday 28 May 2002, Michelle Wright saw the release of 'Shut Up & Kiss Me' (BMG Music Canada / RCA Records / ViK. Recordings, 2002), which included four tracks, which were released as singles on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart:

'Shut Up & Kiss Me (Or Just Shut Up)' (written by Louise Hoffsten, Shelly Peiken and John Shanks) / this track was released as a single in 2002, but it did not chart
'Broken' (written by Russ DeSalvo, Arnie Roman and Michelle Wright) / this track was released as a single in 2002, but it did not chart
'I Will Be There' (written by Eric Silver and Michelle Wright) / this track was released as a single in 2002, but it did not chart
'Every Time You Come Around' (written by Tommy Sims and Michelle Wright) / this track was released as a single in 2003, but it did not chart

Michelle Wright's 'Shut Up & Kiss Me' (BMG Music Canada / RCA Records / ViK. Recordings, 2002) also included the following tracks:

'I Surrender' (written by Eric Silver and Michelle Wright)
'Still No Shangri-La' (written by Gerald O'Brien, Eric Silver and Michelle Wright)
'Find It in New York' (written by Eric Silver and Julie Wood)
'Thank You For Your Love' (written by Russ DeSalvo, Arnie Roman and Michelle Wright)
'Love is The Only Way' (written by Russ DeSalvo, Tanya Leah and Stephanie Lewis)
'Could You Be' (written by Russ DeSalvo and Arnie Roman)
'Sorry' (written by Tina Shafer, Michelle Wright and Peter Zizzo)
'Circle of Life' (written by Mattis Gustafsson, Larry Loftin and Michelle Wright)

Personnel involved in the recording of Michelle Wright's 'Shut Up & Kiss Me' (BMG Music Canada / RCA Records / ViK. Recordings, 2002) included the following:

Jeff Allen and Mark Hill (bass guitar)
Rick Almeida (drum programming)
Gary Barnum (slide guitar)
Bob Britt (electric guitar)
Jenny Bruce, Dana Calitri, Lisa Cochran, Tabitha Fair, Kim Keyes, Curtis King, Tanya Leah, Larry Loftin, Fleming McWilliams, Chris Rodriguez, Tina Shafer, Chris Willis and Julie Wood (background vocals)
Bob Cadway (acoustic guitar)
Patrick Carroll (drum programming, bass guitar, percussion)
Russ Desalvo (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboard programming, keyboards)
Steven Drake (bass guitar, electric guitar, background vocals)
Howard Emerson (slide guitar, soloist)
Mattias Gustafsson (acoustic guitar, electric guitar)
Blake Havard (acoustic guitar, piano, background vocals)
Shane Keister (Fender Rhodes, Hammond organ, piano, Wurlitzer)
Wayne Killius, Chris McHugh and Randall Stoll (drums)
David Lawbaugh (drum programming, percussion programming)
Gerry Leonard and Marc Shulman (electric guitar)
Kami Lyle (trumpet)
Anthony Miracle (drum programming, keyboard programming)
John Painter (flugelhorn)
Jeff Roach (drum programming, keyboard programming, keyboards)
Eric Silver (berimbau, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, oud, saxophone, violin, background vocals)
Michelle Wright (acoustic guitar, lead vocals)
Peter Zizzo (drum programming, acoustic guitar, electric guitar)

Michelle Wright: 'A Wright Christmas' (Icon Records, 2005)

On Tuesday 25 October 2005, Michelle Wright saw the release, in Canada, of 'A Wright Christmas' (Icon Records, 2005), her first Christmas album, which included the following tracks:

'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas', which was written by Ralph Blane (26 July 1914 - Monday 13 November 1995) and Hugh Martin (11 August 1914 - Friday 11 March 2011)
'Jingle Bell Rock' (written by Joe Beal and Jim Boothe)
'Joy To The World', which was written by George Handel and Isaac Watts (17 July 1674 - 25 November 1748)
'I Know Santa's Been Here' (written by Patricia Conroy)
'Little Drummer Boy', which was written by Katherine Davis, Henry Onorati and Harry Moses Simeone (9 May 1910 - Tuesday 22 February 2005)
'Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer', which was written by John David Marks (10 November 1909 - Tuesday 3 September 1985)
'The Christmas Song', which was written by Mel Tormé (Sunday 13 September 1925 - Saturday 5 June 1999) and Robert Wells (Sunday 15 October 1922 - Monday 28 September 1998)
'Silent Night', which was written by Franz Xaver Gruber (25 November 1787 - 7 June 1863) and Joseph Mohr (11 December 1792 - 4 December 1848)

'Go Tell It On The Mountain' (traditional)
'Winter Wonderland' (written by Felix Bernard and Richard Smith)
'O, Come All Ye Faithful', which was written by Frederick Oakeley (5 September 1802 - 30 January 1880) and John Francis Wade (1711 - 16 August 1786)
'White Christmas', which was written by Irving Berlin (11 May 1888 - Friday 22 September 1989)

Michelle Wright's first Christmas album, 'A Wright Christmas' (Icon Records, 2005) was released around the rest of the world on Savannah Music at Christmas time 2008.

Michelle Wright: 'Everything & More' (Icon Records, 2006) Rhonda Vincent: 'Ragin' Live' (Rounder Records, 2005) The Kinleys: 'Just Between You & Me' (Epic Records, 1997)

On Tuesday 4 July 2006, Michelle Wright saw the release, in Canada, of 'Everything & More' (Icon Records, 2006), which was produced by Russ Zavitson and Tony Haselden, and included six tracks, which were released as singles on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart:

'Everything & More' (written by Patricia Conroy, Gerald O'Brien and Michelle Wright) / this track was released as a single on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2005, but it did not chart
'Love Me Anyway' (written by Sarah Majors) / this track was released as a single on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2006, but it did not chart
'I've Forgotten You' (written by Angelo Petraglia, Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Troy Verges) (No.26, 2006) / this track was also recorded by Rhonda Vincent, who included it on 'Ragin' Live' (Rounder Records, 2005); Rhonda Vincent's version reached No.59 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2005
'Dance in The Boat' (written by Craig Bickhardt and Tony Haselden)this track was released as a single on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2007, but it did not chart / this track was also recorded by The Kinleys, who included it on 'Just Between You & Me' (Epic Records, 1997); The Kinleys' version reached No.49 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 1998, and No.84 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1998
'Riding Around The Sun' (written by Sunny Russ) (No.33, 2007)
'I Don't Wanna Be That Strong' (written by Tony Haselden and Tim Menzies)this track was released as a single on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2007, but it did not chart

Michelle Wright's 'Everything & More' (Icon Records, 2006) also included the following tracks:

Jo Dee Messina: 'Delicious Surprise' (Curb Records, 2005)

'My Give a Damn's Busted' (written by Joe Diffie, Tony Martin and Tom Shapiro) / this track was also recorded by Jo Dee Messina, who included it on 'Delicious Surprise' (Curb Records, 2005); Jo Dee Messina's version
was No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart for two weeks in May 2005

'In The Blink of An Eye' (written by Patricia Conroy, Gerald O'Brien and Michelle Wright)
'Something Wild' (written by Michael Dulaney and Maia Sharp)
'You Can't Lose Them All' (written by Kim Richey, Maia Sharp and Paul Thorn)
Like An Angel' (written by Pat Buchanan and David Leone)
'Voodoo' (written by George Caddisy, George Ducas and Johnny Gilchrist)

Michelle Wright's 'Everything & More' (Icon Records, 2006) was released
 around the rest of the world on Savannah Music in late 2008.

The Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame

In September 2011, Michelle Wright was honoured with induction into The Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame.

Michelle Wright: 'The Wright Songs: An Acoustic Evening With Michelle Wright' (Savannah Music, 2011)

On Tuesday 22 November 2011, Michelle Wright saw the release of 'The Wright Songs: An Acoustic Evening With Michelle Wright' (Savannah Music, 2011), a 17‐song collection of many of her hit singles performed on acoustic instruments and recorded 'live' in Alberta at select venues during 2009 and 2010.

Michelle Wright's 'The Wright Songs: An Acoustic Evening With Michelle Wright' (Savannah Music, 2011included the following tracks:

'In The Blink of An Eye' (written by Patricia Conroy, Gerald O'Brien and Michelle Wright) / this track was originally an album track from 2006
'I Surrender' (written by Eric Silver and Michelle Wright) / this track reached No.10 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2000
'You Can't Lose Them All' (written by Kim Richey, Maia Sharp and Paul Thorn) / this track was originally an album track from 2006
'What Love Looks Like' (written by Michelle Wright, Christi Dannemiller and Lisa Drew) / this track reached No.4 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1997
'He Would Be Sixteen' (written by Charlie Black, Jill Colucci and Austin Roberts) / this track reached No.3 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1992 / this track also reached No.30 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1992, and No.31 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1992
'Something Wild' (written by Michael Dulaney and Maia Sharp) / this track was originally an album track from 2006
'Crank My Tractor' (written by Steven Dale Jones and Mark Narmore) / this track was No.1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart for four weeks in December 1996 - January 1997
'I Don't Wanna Be That Strong' (written by Tony Haselden and Tim Menzies)this track was released as a single on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2007, but it did not chart
'Safe in The Arms of Love' (written by Pat Bunch, Mary Ann Kennedy and Pamela Rose) / this track reached No.4 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1995
'Guitar Talk' (written by Steve Bogard and Colin Linden) / this track was No.1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart for one week in January 1994
'Your Love' (written by Jim Brickman, Dave Deviller and Sean Hosein) / this track, which was originally included on pianist Jim Brickman's 'Visions of Love' (Windham Hill Records, 1998), and featured guest vocals from Michelle Wright, reached No.15 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1997, No.16 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1997, and No.42 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1997
'The Old Song & Dance', which was written by Layng Martine Junior and Kent M. Robbins (Wednesday 23 April 1947 - Saturday 27 December 1997) / this track was originally an album track from 1997
'I've Forgotten You' (written by Angelo Petraglia, Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Troy Verges) / this track reached No.26 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2006 / this track was also recorded by Rhonda Vincent, who included it on 'Ragin' Live' (Rounder Records, 2005); Rhonda Vincent's version reached No.59 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in 2005
'Broken' (written by Russ DeSalvo, Arnie Roman and Michelle Wright) / this track was released as a single in 2002, but it did not chart
'Nobody's Girl' (written by Gretchen Peters) / this track was No.1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart for one week in August 1996
'Take It Like a Man' (written by Tony Haselden) / this track was No.1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart for two weeks in June 1992 / this track also reached No.18 on the Canadian RPM Adult Comtemporary Singles Chart in 1992, and No.10 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1992
'Everything & More' (written by Patricia Conroy, Gerald O'Brien and Michelle Wright) / this track was released as a single on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 2005, but it did not chart

Michelle Wright's 'The Wright Songs: An Acoustic Evening With Michelle Wright' (Savannah Music, 2011) was released internationally in early 2012.

2012 saw Michelle Wright hard at work, dividing her time between writing and recording a new album, and treating her fans to a special twenty‐eight date commemorative concert tour, 'Michelle Wright: Songs From The Halls Tour 2012, which rolled out just after Canadian Thanksgiving.

Michelle Wright: 'Strong' (Savannah Music, 2013)

On Tuesday 9 July 2013, Michelle Wright saw the release, in Canada, of 'Strong' (Savannah Music, 2013), which was recorded in Ontario and Nashville; the album was produced by Jason Barry (Dean Brody, Terri Clark, Jason Blaine), Eric Silver (Neal McCoy, Ricochet) and Danick Dupelle (Emerson Drive), and included five tracks, which were released as singles on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart:

'Another Good Day' (No.46, 2012)
'Strong' (No.43, 2013)
'Crazy Stupid Love' / this track was released as a single in 2013, but it did not chart
'What's Better Than This' / this track was released as a single in 2014, but it did not chart
'Laugh a Little' / this track was released as a single in 2015, but it did not chart

Michelle Wright's 'Strong' (Savannah Music, 2013) also included the following tracks:

'One of These Days'
'She's a Keeper'
'Together Forever'
'Walkin' On a Heart That's Breakin'
'Back To You'
'I'll Cry Too'

The release of 'Strong' (Savannah Music, 2013) was the unquestionable highlight of 2013 for Michelle Wright.  Capturing better than ever her distinctive style and expressive voice, 'Strong' (Savannah Music, 2013) showcased Michelle Wright’s remarkable growth as a singer and songwriter ‐ inspired by the perseverance and strength which she had witnessed in friends, family and strangers over the years.

Michelle Wright’s passion for songwriting grew with the release of 'Strong' (Savannah Music, 2013), a project for which she had co‐written ten of its eleven songs.  'I created this record with a group of friends I admire as writers, singers and producers.  We had a lot of fun.  The songs are a collection of my observations about life and the people around me and how we're all just stumbling through it.  At times, there is laughter and joy; at other times, pain and disappointment.  Overall, I hope this record is inspiring and relatable to my fans'

Michelle Wright's 'Strong' (Savannah Music, 2013) was released in the United States on Tuesday 22 October 2013.

Michelle Wright’s music and live shows continue to be noticed and celebrated by her peers, who in 2012 and 2013, nominated her for consideration as The Canadian Country Music Association’s 'Female Artist of The Year.

On Sunday 9 September 2012, Michelle Wright travelled to Saskatchewan to participate in 
the 2012 CCMA Awards celebration, which aired 'live' from Saskatoon on CBC, and helped kick off the awards show telecast 'live' from Edmonton in 2013.
Chuck Thompson, Thompson Entertainment Group, LLC, 924 Deervale Drive, Nashville
With the support of her fans and her team, including manager Chuck Thompson at Thompson Entertainment Group in Nashville, Michelle Wright is continuing to do what she loves to do; write songs and play them for her fans around the world.
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