Hailed as Canada’s first lady of country music, Carroll Baker is a five-time recipient of the Juno Award for Country Female Vocalist of the Year, she had her own series on CBC television in the summer of 1983 and frequently appeared on The Tommy Hunter Show. She was also the first Canadian entertainer ever to do a TV special from Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.
From October 1970 through August 1982, Ms. Baker was on the country hit charts for a total of 528 weeks. 31 consecutive singles reached the charts, 20 of them reaching Top 10, with 14 of those hitting #1, including 12 consecutive #1 hits. No one in Canadian country music has been able to top that remarkable record.
Don’t miss “A Special Evening with Carroll Baker”, where you’re sure to hear favourite hits like Ten Little Fingers, Why Me Lord, One Night of Cheatin’, and I’ve Never Been This Far Before.
Carroll Baker is at the Harbourfront Theatre Friday, October 28th, at 7 PM.