Trent Bruner

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Hello everyone!

I trust you’re having an enjoyable summer full of holiday, music and fun. Here is the latest from my musical happenings over the past few weeks.

Firstly, a big thank you to everyone who came to hear The Cleavers play for your dancing and listening pleasure at the Spruce Home Trail Riders Hall north of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on Saturday, July 15th. Two nights later on Monday, July 17th, The Cleavers performed at the Northern Lights Casino in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan for a Fiddlers' Dinner Show, the first to be performed for the now monthly Monday Night Fiddle Night. These two performances were the only ones The Cleavers were able to give this year, so we thank everyone for their attendance at these functions.

On Saturday, July 23rd, I played a fundraising dance at Saskatoon’s Windy Acres with John Arcand, Cathy Sproule, Jordan Daniels and Fay MacKenzie to help a family in need. Baby Everly, who is nine months old, has a severe spinal condition that has not allowed her to roll over, sit straight, crawl or try to stand up. She has been approved for a trial drug to help her get better and have a chance at a better life. Thank you to everyone who came and contributed to the fundraising dance and silent auction for Baby Everly at Windy Acres near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan last night. I do not know how much money was raised to help this little one, but I can certainly say it was a great comfort and encouragement for the family. Thanks again from all involved.

When I haven't been performing the past while, I've been notating and arranging music for fiddle tunes, gospel songs and country songs. When I have not been working for other artists, I have found time to complete some work myself. The following items for sale are described as follows:

If you sing or conduct a choir and you're looking for new repertoire, I have some original songs and arrangements that may be of interest to you. I have two arrangements of an original Christmas song titled "Christmas is Here" for four voice women's choir (SSAA) and standard mixed choir (SATB) as well as a four part arrangement of an original gospel song titled "The Master's Touch" for male chorus (TTBB).  

If you're looking for a new uptown country song to add to your repertoire, I now have the sheet music up for an original song I wrote called "Is It All About You?" You can purchase all of these arrangements from my webshop at

More news will be posted in the coming days. Until next time, see you down the musical trail!

As ever, Trent