Three of Canada's top country music artists are making a pitstop in Swift Current next week.

Doc Walker, Jason McCoy, and Michelle Wright are multi-award-winning musicians praised by country music enthusiasts across Canada and America. The three different artists will all take to the stage at Living Sky Casino on Feb. 29. 

Chris Thorsteinson and Dave Wasyliw make up the Doc Walker duo. They have spent three decades playing music and have recorded 21 top 10 Canadian country radio singles. 

Jason McCoy is a name that's been recognized in the industry for 35 years for his role in the band, The Road Hammers, as well as radio and television appearances throughout the years. 

The final artist on this tour is Michelle Wright, who has received over forty major awards and has also been in the industry for over 30 years. 

"It's a lot of fun, there's a lot of hits, lots of cool stories, and a full band," Thorsteinson said. "It's just sort of something you're not going to see a lot, to get those kinds of artists on stage in one night." 

Unlike most multi-artist shows, the musicians all stay on stage with one another throughout the performance collaborating and supporting each other.

"I think is one of the coolest tours I've been on," Thorsteinson explained. "Rather than somebody goes up, the next band goes up, and the next band goes up, we hit the stage together and we walk off together." 

Fans can catch this major multi-artist tour at other locations in Sask. including Regina, North Battleford, and Prince Albert. 

"It's definitely worth coming out to see. It's a lot of entertainment and a lot of fun. You get to have a little break in the middle, go get a drink and stretch your legs." Said Thorsteinson. "It's a blast, so make sure you come on out."  

The artists have already had to overcome hurdles along the tour including 12-hour travel days and a breakdown of their bus. 

"We blew a drive shaft in the bus in the middle of Alberta," Thorsteinson recounted. "The bus is on the side of the road and so we rented a couple of vans. The bus driver is a good buddy of mine, Kelly, he calls me and says: some guy just drove up beside the bus and asked if I needed help and he had his son with him and they're both mechanics, they're going to go get a drive shaft and fix it at the side of the road."