Charlie Major (born December 31, 1954) is a Canadian country singer/songwriter.
Born in Aylmer, Quebec, Charlie Major knew he wanted to be a musician since he was 19 years old. He spent 15 years traveling as far as Spain writing songs and putting country bands together, which eventually led to a record deal with Arista Records. Major released his debut album in Canada, The Other Side, in 1993. All six singles released from the album went to #1 on the RPM Country chart.
Through the mid-’90s, he won the Juno Award as Country Male Vocalist of the Year for three years in a row. Five major Canadian Country Music Awards followed, along with songwriting honours from SOCAN, and a BMI Award in 1993 for “Backroads” as the “Most Performed Song in America.” (more)
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