River Town Saints is a Canadian country music group from Ottawa, Ontario composed of Chris McComb, Jeremy Bortot, Jordan Potvin and Daniel DiGiacomo. Labelle, McComb and Bortot formed the trio Labelle in 2013, later adding Potvin and DiGiacomo and changing their name to River Town Saints. The group began playing shows around their hometown in 2014. They signed to Open Road Recordings in July 2015 and released their debut single, "A Little Bit Goes a Long Way", in November of that same year. The song debuted on the Billboard Canada Country chart in January 2016, eventually peaking at #31. A music video, filmed in Ottawa, premiered on CMT the following month. Their follow up single, "Cherry Bomb", released May 6 of 2016, saw greater success, peaking at #24 on the Billboard Canadian Country Charts. The band released their third single "Bonfire" in January 2017, and it was their first song to debut on the Canadian Country Top 40, coming in at #39 its first week on radio. It went on to become the band's first Top 10 hit in April 2017, peaking at #9.
In 2016 the band was nominated for the CCMA award in the Rising Star category. Their album River Town Saints was released on June 9, 2017.
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