David Foster to be Inducted into Canadian Music Hall of Fame

Published: 2006-10-12
Canadian producer and songwriter David Foster will be inducted into the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame in March of 2007.

Foster has produced some of the biggest names and written some of the biggest hits over the years. With 14 Grammy Awards (42 nominations), seven Junos, an Emmy and three Oscar nods, Foster has become one of the industry's top producers. Billboard named him "Top Singles Producer" and "Top R&B Producer" in 1993.

Foster has produced and collaborated with Chicago, Celine Dion, Barbara Streisand, Josh Groban and many more famous artists. Some of his successful producing credits include Chicago's "Hard to Say I'm Sorry," John Parr's "Man in Motion" from the St. Elmo's Fire soundtrack, Toni Braxton's "Unbreak My Heart" and Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You."

He recently played a judge on Fox's reality show, Celebrity Duets.

The ceremony takes place at the Toronto's Fairmont Royal York Hotel on March 8, 2007.

Writer: Meghan Wubs



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