|Born||March 23, 1986|
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
Tristan Horncastle (born March 23, 1986)is a Canadian country music singer-songwriter. Horncastle signed to Royalty Records in November 2013. His first single for the label, "A Little Bit of Alright", was released in January 2014. It peaked at number 34 on the Billboard Canada Country chart. Horncastle's debut album, A Little Bit of Alright, was released via Royalty on May 27, 2014 and distributed by Sony Music Canada.
|Good Kinda Crazy|
|A Little Bit of Alright|
|Turnin' Up a Sundown|
| CAN Country |
|2013||"She Brings the Beer"||—||A Little Bit of Alright|
|2014||"A Little Bit of Alright"||34|
|"That Was Before"||—|
|"Drinkin' Girl"||—||Turnin' Up a Sundown|
|2016||"On My Way Girl"||—|
|"Long as I'm Alive"||—|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|2015||"Whiskey Won't Fix Me"||Amy Metcalfe||TBD|
|2015||"Drinkin' Girl"||Rich Misener|
|2015||Canadian Country Music Association||Rising Star||Nominated|
|2017||East Coast Music Awards||Country Recording of the Year – Turnin' Up A Sundown||Won|
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