Release date 11-13-2012Multiple Juno and CCMA nominated artist Donny Parenteau's 5th album 'Bring it On,' will be released October 30th, 2012. Co-produced by CCMA award winning producer Bart McKay, the album features a remake of multi-platinum Streetheart's smash-hit 'Snow White' as a duet with Streetheart's vocalist Kenny Shields and includes guitar performances by their guitarist Jeff Neil. And to fully express his background, Donny also performs a duet with Canada's R&B Queen – Jully Black – entitled 'It Will Be All-right With Me.' Donny is proud to have co-written 5-tracks on the album, including 'Honey It's Broke' with Thomas Wade, and to have completely self-penned 2 of the 11 tracks. The album is a full reflection of Donny's personality – featuring not only his vocals and fiddle–playing, but also his mandolin and guitar genius, as well as his song-writing. It was this diverse set of skills that gained the attention and then friendship of Jully Black during a pair of performances on Parliament Hill for Canada Day 2012. This show also saw Donny roll-out a track on 'Bring it On' entitled 'The Saskatchewan Song' to a crowd of 80,000 plus a national CBC television, radio, and internet audience. His performance that day – on a show that also featured Simple Plan, Feist, Jully Black, Roch Voisine, and Marie Ma – was called 'one of my favourites' by the television host Peter Mansbridge. 'The Saskatchewan Song' is a well-earned tribute to his homeland that is sure to become an anthem.