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7 songwriters, 22 tunes set for Canadian hall

8 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

TORONTO -- The Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame on Tuesday named veteran musicians Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings and Canada's national anthem, O Canada, as among its latest inductees. In all, 22 songs and seven songwriters are to be welcomed into the Canadian songwriters pantheon during a Feb. 8 salute. They include two Winnipeg-born members of The Guess Who, Bachman and Cummings, whose song credits include Let It Ride and American Woman. Other pioneer songwriter inductees include Shelton Brooks, a ragtime piano player who wrote jazz standards like Some of These Days in 1910, and two Al Jolson hits, You Ain't Talkin' to Me and Honey Gal. Also to be inducted are Quebec songwriters Claude Leveillee, whose lyrics have been sung by Edith Piaf, Julie Arel and Andre Gagnon, and singer-songwriter Raymond Levesque, best known for his 1956 hit "Quand les hommes vivront d'amour." »

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