Tour Dates 2021
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Myrna Lorrie is a Canadian country singer. Lorrie first sang publicly at age 11 on Fort William radio station CKPR. At age 14 she recorded the song "Are You Mine" with Buddy DuVall, which was released on Abbott Records. The song became a hit in both Canada and the United States; it reached No. 6 on the US Country Singles chart in 1955. She was voted Best New Female Singer by fan polls in both Billboard and Cashbox Magazines in 1955. She then toured North America with Hank Snow. Lorrie then took a hiatus from performing until 1963. In 1964 she started The Myrna Lorrie Show, which ran on Canadian television until 1969. Several hits for Columbia Records followed, including "Tell Me Not to Go", "Turn Down the Music", and "Changing of the Seasons". She continued performing on television into the 1980s, co-hosting Countrytime on CBC from 1970 to 1974 and Nashville Swing from 1977 to 1981. She briefly had her own show on CBC in 1974 called Country Sunshine With Myrna Lorrie. Her 1989 release Blue Blue Me yielded the Canadian hits "Blue Blue Me" and "Sometime". Lorrie was awarded two Juno awards for best female country singer, in 1970 and 1971. She was Best Female Singer and Entertanier of the Year at the inagural Big Country Awards in 1977. She was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 1989, and the CCMA Hall of Honour in 1996.
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