Category: Hall Of Fame

Jerry Foster

  Jerry foster is perhaps best known as one half of the songwriting team of Foster and Rice, the most awarded songwriting team in the history of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). Jerry and his writing partner, Bill Rice, along with Buddy Holly, Bobby Russell and Richard Leigh, were inducted into…

George Canyon

  Canadian country music legend George Canyon is continually melding his love of family with his passion for music; his integrity and dedication to his family are reflected through the songs he writes and the stories he tells. A multi-JUNO award winner and PLATINUM selling artist, Canyon’s latest album I Got This landed him back…

Ed Gary

Country Music Hall of Famer, Ed was born Edward Gary Holcombe in 1945 to the Reverend Earl Forrest Holcombe and Maybell Kathrine Dean Holcombe at the John Gaston Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Ed Gary, as country music fans came to know him, grew up around music as Memphis was a melting pot for music genres…

Leon Seiter

  Michigans own Leon Seiter (pronounced like “cider”) has been singing in honky-tonks since the early 60s. This traditional country artist began receiving national attention in country music circles when his record, Sentenced to Live, received national airplay in the United States, Canada, Germany, and France. Leon has since had five nationally charting singles, including…