The Record Breakers are a young Canadian pop-country band composed of old-soul musicians. Formed in 2014 for a Beatles related celebration, they began their journey exploring different styles until they settled on what has now become The Record Breakers. All written by them, their songs consist of a blend of new and old country intertwined with pop and rock. Like some of history's greatest bands, The Record Breakers feature two main vocalists/ song-writers; Hayden and Bella. Coupled with solid musical arrangements and big harmonies, the end result is diverse and entertaining.    

Following their 2016 self-titled debut EP, the band released their second album, Bigger Plans, in June of 2018. Most notably, The Record Breakers opened for Rock and Rock Hall of Fame band, Bon Jovi, at the Montreal Bell Centre on May 17, 2018. An opportunity of a lifetime which the band will never forget. The band was also crowned "Discovery of The Year" at Festival New Country Brome 2019. 

Bon Jovi’s effort to give a platform to local support acts is pure class, and the Record Breakers made the most of their contest win with a buoyant four-song showcase. Their confident melodic smarts weren’t out of place in the dauntingly large venue, and the twangy undertones and engaging harmonies were solid hooks on which to hang a promising career.”

Jordan Zivitz, Montreal Gazette, Published on: May 18, 2018

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Credit: Aidan Matthews

Credit: Aidan Matthews

Live at the Bell Centre in Montreal

Live at the Bell Centre in Montreal

Credit: Aidan Mattews

Credit: Aidan Matthews

PRESS Links (2018-2019)

Canadian Country Music Show - Quebec show (5:13 TRB)

Journal Metro (French) - Bigger Plans album review

Montreal Times - Montreal Band open for Bon Jovi

Montreal Gazette - Review: Bon Jovi earns a rest as tour wraps in Montreal

Montreal Gazette - The Record Breakers to open for Bon Jovi at the Bell Center

Cités Nouvelles (French) - The Record Breakers en première partie de Bon Jovi au Centre Bell

Tic CKCU 93.1 Interview - “Won’t You Hold Me” at 27:29 / Interview at 2:07:34 / “Rewind” at 37:35

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