Throughout the years, as country music continues to evolve, it is important to remember the pioneers in the industry. Those dedicated individuals and groups put their hearts and souls into making their special brand of music come alive in the Ottawa Valley.

The Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame was founded in 1980, incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1987 and became a registered charity in 1988.

This website is dedicated to all of the exceptional people who have been inducted into the Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame for their contributions to making country music in the Valley what it is today.

Please enjoy your tour of the site and take the time to visit each inductee’s page and perhaps take a trip down memory lane.

* * * * THANK YOU * * * *

Well another year has passed and the Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame now has four new Inductees. I would like to congratulate each of our 2017 inductees: Lyman Gardiner, Eddy Bimm, Jon Park-Wheeler and Rod B. McCann.

Lyman Gardiner

Eddie Bimm

Jon Park-Wheeler

Rod B. McCann

I also want to thank everyone who was part of the show, you all know who you are, and the show would not have been possible without each of you doing your task professionally.

To our audience, thank you very much for your support. The OVCMHOF and the Inductees appreciate your support every year.

Mark your calendars for Sunday September 30, 2018 - 7pm for the 2018 Induction and Awards Show being held again at the Centrepointe Theatre.

Jim Long
OVCMHOF President

HOF Executive Secretary
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