Live Entertainment!

Posted in Uncategorized on April 19, 2013 by Remco de Gooyer

Wrought Iron Roots
Wrought Iron Roots are 5 local Trenton Musicians who have come together through the internet. The band has recently put together a fund raiser in which 100% of the proceeds go to Phil Cook, a 21 year old drummer who cannot reach his drum kit. His bulky power chair cannot reach the kit, and a new smaller one costs over $5000. The band heard of this and almost instantly put their own fundraiser together.

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Rudy & Saddle Up
Rudy has been heating up the stage with his live performances since 2000. His passion for singing was evident to his audiences when he began competing in numerous singing competitions including the 2006 and 2007 Kingston Fall Fair Country Singing Showdown and the 2007 city-division finals of the Colgate Singing Competition. In all three competitions, he competed in as one of the top ten finalists. Through the many wins in local competitions, Rudy developed a large fan base.

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Robin Edgar
Robin knew from a very early age that he wanted to be a songwriter so to facilitate this he bought his first guitar when he was 18 and taught himself to play. He has been writing songs ever since. Over the years he has played in bar bands as drummer and then as lead singer. With his friends Bobby, Randy and Derrick formed the Robin Edgar Band. “I feel this is the best band I?ve been in. The guys are dedicated and their hard work and interest makes my job so much easier”.

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Brandon Scott Band
Canadian born and bred Brandon Scott is a new rising star on the horizon, and the future is looking bright for this clean-cut, boy next door singer/songwriter about to explode on the country music scene. Brandon?s passion and desire to please his fans has created one of the most exciting new talents in decades about to enter the world of country music.

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Kevin Weaver
The Past President of the Trenton Kiwanis Club and a certified funeral celebrant, Kevin Weaver is a part of the Walleye World committee and coordinates the entertainment for the weekend. Last year Kevin took the stage during any gaps in performers and showed his singing talent. This year Kevin has his own spot and we are all excited to see what he brings again this year.

Written by Remco de Gooyer


    Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2023 Kiwanis Walleye World

    If you have won a prize and are looking to make arrangements to get your prize please send an email to with your name, contact number, the prize, and your ticket number.

    The Hidden Weight was 5.64 lbs and the Winner is Rick Vandertoon (Ticket #457)