His second album, With All My Might (WEA 25-69271, issued in 1990), included 'Bachelor Girl,' 'Lime Rickey,' and the title song, all popular. A third album, his first recorded in Nashville, Spice of Life (WEA CD-74422), followed in 1991. Fox, who brings in a light tenor and unassuming personality to mainstream country material, starred in his own CBC TV specials in 1990 and 1991. He received seven Big Country Awards 1989-91, including those for top male vocalist each year, as well as both the CCMA award for male vocalist and the Juno Award for country male vocalist in 1990 and 1991. He served as host for the telecast of the the CCMA awards ceremonies in 1991. The guitarist Jerry Martin has been constant to Fox's recordings and live performances.
Flohil, Richard. 'Home on the range,' CanComp, 246, Dec 1989
Dafoe, Chris. 'A fresh breeze from the prairie,' Toronto Star, 24 Mar 1990
Delaney, Larry. 'George Fox: going the distance,' CMN, vol 12, Jul 1991
Links to Other Sites
The website for George Fox features a biography, discography, and audio samples of his music.
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