Vocalist/songwriter Tommy Hunter was perhaps one of the most enduring, best-loved performers in Canadian nation music. He was created and elevated in London, Ontario and became thinking about nation music at age group nine. He produced his professional debut at age group 12 at a movie theater in Woodstock, Pa; two years afterwards, he was playing electric guitar at regional dances. At age group 16, he still left home to try out in nation clubs around North America, producing his CBC radio debut in 1952. Four years afterwards, he was executing using the Sons from the Western world. When the music group auditioned for a fresh CBC-TV series, Nation Hoedown, in 1956, Hunter became the program’s highlighted singer and remained on until its cancellation in 1965. In 1958, he also spent eight weeks on Arthur Godfrey’s Skill Scouts on CBS while also hosting a daily network radio broadcast, The Tommy Hunter Present. His tv program from the same name started in 1962 and went until 1989, rendering it the longest-running network nation music display in the globe. Furthermore, he debuted for the Grand Ole Opry in 1965. Following a cancellation from the Tommy Hunter Display (which also went on TNN from 1983 to 1989), he and his music group, the Travelin’ Males, continuing to tour and record.