Richard’s dream becoming very real

Zero to Hero on radio dial this weekend

Todd Richard

Todd Richard is a well known name in Agassiz, Harrison and even Chilliwack. The plumber/maintenance man has always had country music in his heart, and now he’s shifting gears to the life of a full time, working musician.

With a recent trip to Nashville to record with Rick Tippe, and the exciting arrival of his first album a few weeks ago, and the addition of his music to the iTunes store, Richard’s once far off dream is starting to look more like a reality.

And this weekend, he’s releasing his first single, Zero the Hero, to Canadian radio stations. Richard will also be performing live locally over the next few weeks.

The first show will be at Canada Day in Harrison Hot Springs, and then again in Party in the Park downtown Chilliwack on July 8.

If you would like to support Richard, visit him on his Facebook fan page or at www.toddrichard.ca.

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