Brendt Thomas Diabo is an actor/musician born and raised on the Mohawk reservation of Kahnawake Quebec, and is currently residing in Toronto, Ontario. His music is an infusion of classic country and 1950's rockabilly. This combination of sounds has lead Brendt to some early success in his career including playing the main stage at the Aboriginal Pavilion at the 2015 PAN-AM Games, reaching #1 on the Aboriginal music countdown in May 2016 with “Dirty Old Town”, and opening for Grammy award winners, The Kentucky Headhunters, while playing to a sold out audience on the very Reserve he once called home. Brendt has just released a new single entitled "Crying Over You" off of his sophomore album "Take Me Back" which was recorded at Desert Fish Studios in Toronto with producer Sydney Galbraith. “Take Me Back” is available digitally through iTunes and Spotify, and physical copies may be purchased at live shows or through Brendt directly.
When he isn't touring continuously throughout Ontario and Quebec, he may be found in front of the camera portraying a variety of characters for film and television productions. Since beginning his acting career Brendt has appeared in several television programs including "Frontier", "Fatal Vows", "12 Monkeys", "Helix", and the C.S.A. nominated T.V. series "Mohawk Girls". Brendt is most well known for his portrayal of Kyle in the 2015 dramatic film "Fire Song" which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.
Whether he is in front of the camera or playing to a sold out crowd on the Mohawk reservation of Kahnawake Quebec, Brendt Thomas Diabo is an incredibly captivating artist that simply cannot be ignored.
- 2017 Best Radio Single for Dirty Old Town