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Published on Aug 23, 2010
In just a few short years, Shane Yellowbird has gone from quietly pursuing a fine arts degree at Alberta's Red Deer College to a budding country music star with a hot selling record, major awards and nominations, and two Top 10 radio hits and videos to his credit. Growing up in Alberta, Shane learned early on to rope and ride, fully embracing the cowboy lifestyle that probably would have been his future if not for a strange twist of fate. Born with a severe stuttering problem, a speech therapist suggested he sing his sentences to help him speak clearly. The technique proved successful and also instilled in Shane a love of music. After entering and winning several singing contests, the young Cree cowboy was spotted and signed by O'Reilly International, the management company that directed the successful careers of Brad Johner and Patricia Conroy. Shane is proud of his country roots and still breaks horses and competes in calf-roping whenever he can. But given the exceptional fan response to his songs, his future is definitely in country music