Corey Hart Inducted into The Canadian Music Hall of Fame at The 2019 JUNO Awards

Mar 22, 2019

After 35 years, 16 million albums sold worldwide, and 32 Top 40 hits, Corey Hart finally has a home in the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

The heartbeat of pop music in the 80s and 90s was honoured at The 2019 JUNO Awards, live from London’s Budweiser Gardens on Sunday, March 17. Fellow inductee Sarah McLachlan described Hart as “hopeful, determined, talented and cool” before welcoming him into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame with open arms.

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In speaking directly to his fans, Corey said: Without you, my songs would have no home. They would ultimately be unrequited and empty. So I thank you from the bottom of my heart, no pun intended, for listening to me way back when.


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Hart, who closed The 2019 JUNO Awards Broadcast with a special performance of his mega-hits “Never Surrender” and “Sunglasses At Night”, discussed the importance of fans in helping him attain his success: I honestly believe there can be no Hall of Fame without the fans supporting you, so thank you from the bottom of my heart.

“I’m very proud to be Canadian, and very proud to be a musician.”

Watch Corey Hart’s full induction into The Canadian Music Hall of Fame below.

Visit Milestones: Corey Hart at Studio Bell, Home of The National Music Centre from now until October 2019.