|The Boom Chucka Boys|
|Origin||Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Canada|
|Labels||Cache Entertainment, Royalty|
|Gord Bamford, Byron Hill|
Teddy Roy Michaylow
The Boom Chucka Boys is a Canadian country music group from Sylvan Lake, Alberta composed of Ryan Langlois, Joel Rathjen, Teddy Roy Michaylow, Ben Shillabeer and Neil MacDonald. The band was formed in July 2010. They were discovered by Gord Bamford in January 2011 and signed a record deal with his company, Cache Entertainment.
Their self-titled debut album was released in April 2013 and distributed by Sony Music Canada. It was produced by Byron Hill and recorded in Nashville, Tennessee. The first single, "Find My Peace of Mind", was released in March 2013 and peaked at number 43 on the Billboard Canada Country chart. In 2014, The Boom Chucka Boys were nominated for the Canadian Country Music Association Award for Group or Duo of the Year. The band signed with Royalty Records in 2014 and released their second album, Ramble, on February 10, 2015. The album features three singles: "Turn This Car Around" released in October 2014, "Rebel Wings" released in February 2015 and "Can't Take My Lips Off You" released in August 2015.
|The Boom Chucka Boys||
|2013||"Find My Peace of Mind"||43||The Boom Chucka Boys|
|2014||"Turn This Car Around"||42||Ramble|
|"Can't Take My Lips Off You"||--|
|"--" denotes releases that did not chart|
|2015||"Can't Take My Lips Off You"||Matthew Kooman/Daniel Kooman|
|2014||Canadian Country Music Association||Group or Duo of the Year||Nominated|
|2015||Group or Duo of the Year||Nominated|