2017 Inductees
Neil Young
A versatile rocker who has influenced the sounds of popular music in genres as diverse as folk-rock and grunge, Neil Young is a songwriter who both reflects and influences the society around him.
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Bruce Cockburn
Songwriter Bruce Cockburn has achieved the best of both worlds: his recordings are enviably successful, with 13 Juno awards and two dozen gold and platinum albums; and he is internationally respected for his commitment to social and environmental issues.
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Beau Dommage
Everybody knows the story of Beau Dommage. Rejected by practically all record labels, the band finally recorded for Capitol in 1974 and their first album sold 100,000 copies in just a few weeks, but not only that, every single song on that album is considered a classic.
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Stéphane Venne
Stéphane Venne made his mark as one of the most brilliant songwriters of his generation.
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Bob Nolan
Featured Inductee

Bob Nolan’s most famous song, Tumbling Tumbleweeds, remains a central irony of his life as it made money for almost everyone else who recorded it in 1932, but little for him.

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Upcoming Events 2018
  • Song Induction
  • Induction Ceremony
  • Other
13 Oct
Induction of Home For A Rest
Western Canadian Music Industry Awards Brunch (Kelowna, BC)
27 Oct
Induction of The Hockey Song
Scotiabank Arena (Toronto, ON)
03 Nov
Induction of Québécois
Coup de coeur francophone (Montreal, QC)
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October 24, 2018

The Hockey Song by Stompin’ Tom Connors to be inducted into Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

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October 22, 2018

“Québécois” by La Révolution Française inducted into Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

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