Join us on May 18 for the official induction ceremony celebrating the newest Canadian Music Hall of Fame members! The evening starts with the red carpet at 5:30 pm, followed by the Canadian Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony at 7:00 pm.
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) return with the prestigious Canadian Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Presented by Music Canada. Renowned French Canadian singer Diane Dufresne, veteran jazz pianist Dr. Oliver Jones, country music superstar Terri Clark, and rock legends Trooper will all be honoured for their astounding contributions to Canada’s music history live and in-person at Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre.
2023 inductees Diane Dufresne, Terri Clark and Trooper will take the stage to perform the music that made them legends; and Robi Botos and Ranee Lee will play a special tribute to jazz icon Dr. Oliver Jones, who will accept his honour in person.
The event will also feature appearances by 2022 inductee Deborah Cox and 2021 inductee Jann Arden, who will be among the presenters of the prestigious plaques.
About the Canadian Music Hall of Fame:
The Canadian Music Hall of Fame recognizes Canadian artists that have attained commercial success while having an artistic impact on the Canadian music scene here at home and/or around the world. Situated in its permanent home of Calgary’s Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre, The Canadian Music Hall of Fame honours select artists/groups whose careers span twenty plus years with an entire floor showcasing their musical contribution. Former inductees are commemorated with a name plaques display comprised of over 50 legendary Canadian artists previously celebrated and inducted for their international success.