Charlie Major to be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame Friday night

Major will officially be inducted into the Hall of Fame, during the CCMA Gala Dinner Friday night in Calgary

 

 

Charlie Major has been at the forefront of the Canadian country music scene since the early 90s when he became the first Canadian artist in history to score six No.1 hits with his debut album, The Other Side, in 1993.

More than 25 years, seven studio albums and 20 singles later, Major has sold nearly half a million records in Canada alone, winning three JUNO Awards and seven CCMA Awards.

“It is an honour to be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall Of Fame with so many of my heroes and mentors like Ian Tyson, Gordon Lightfoot, The Good Brothers, Terry Carisse and Murray McLauchlan to name a few,” said Major.  “I’m sincerely humbled and look forward to celebrating with everyone in Calgary'

 

 

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