Hall of Fame Inductees
We are proud of all Hall of Fame Inductees and their contribution to Canadian country music. Click on the Inductee name for more information.
- Inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 2022
A 16-time CCMA Award winner (10x Record Producer of the Year, 5x Instrumentalist of the Year, 1x Songwriter(s) of the Year) Randall Prescott is one of Canada’s most awarded producers. Nominated for a Grammy Award (Best Engineered Album) in 1999, Prescott was a member of the multi-award-winning Family Brown and Prescott-Brown taking home 3 Juno Awards. He produced the 1988 Olympic version of “O Canada,” which was the first time utilizing a First Nations language. Prescott took home the Canadian Music Publisher Award in 1990, and has produced artists such as Charlie Major, Patricia Conroy, Colleen Peterson and Tom Jackson and performed at The Grand Ole Opry with his family and Terri Clark in 2018.
Owner of Lakeside Recording Studio (2x Studio of the Year recipient), Prescott is the co-producer of the 2021 Gary Slaight Music Humanitarian Award recipient CP Holiday Train for 22 years, raising over 20.6 million dollars and close to 5 million pounds of food for Canadians in need. Outside of the studio, Prescott spends much of his time doing charitable work in both Canada and the U.S. This induction marks Prescott’s second into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame™.