Francelle Maria was recently selected as #9 top 12 albums of 2010 in Country Music News. Miss Maria's debut album, Till the Wheels Fall Off is appearing beside Johnny Reid's A Place Called Love at #5, Gord Bamford's Day Job at #2, Derric Ruttan's Sunshine at #6, Carolyn Dawn Johnson's Love Rules at #7, Dean Brody's Trail in Life at #8, Jason Blaine's Sweet Sundown at #11 and many more... This young singer songwriter from Dieppe, New Brunswick launched her album, on October 2nd 2010 at the Capitol theatre, in Moncton. Francelle was lucky enough to perform to a sold out crowd (780 seats). Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, at the heart of the country music industry, the young woman was surrounded by a prestigious team of the city’s best musicians, fulfilling her dream. Under the musical direction of Larry Beird, who also plays acoustic guitar on the album, Till the Wheels Fall Off features the work of Spady Brannan (Reba Mcentire) on bass guitar, Howard Duck (Rascal Flatts), on keys, James Mitchell on lead guitar, Tommy White on steel guitar, Rob Hajacos on fiddle, as well as Paul Scholten, on drums. What I Meant to Say, written by Francelle in collaboration with Larry Wayne Clark reached #43 on Country Music News charts. Miss Maria’s recent single Target on my Heart is now appearing on Country Music News charts at #32 and currently playing on more then 45 radio stations across Canada. The multi-talented singer graduated from a prestigious school in Toronto, Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, where she got the chance to perfect her skills in singing, dancing and acting. Francelle landed the lead role in shows like Sleeping Beauty in Toronto, High School Musical 2 in Niagara Falls and a Canadian touring production of Everyone Jump: Kids Changing Diabetes. Francelle Maria’s CD is available for purchase at Frank’s Music in Moncton, Jean Coutu in Dieppe, Monument Lefevre in Memramcook and Studio Di Moda in Dieppe. Her debut album is also now available on Itunes.