Brian Ferriman

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Brian Ferriman
Born (1950-05-07) May 7, 1950 (age 64)
Nationality Canada
Alma mater University of Western Ontario
Occupation artist manager

Brian Ferriman (born May 7, 1950 in London, Ontario) is an artist manager and the president of Savannah Music. His artist roster has included such artists as Michelle Wright, Brenn Hill, The Good Brothers, R.W. Hampton, Gary Fjellgaard, Matt Minglewood, Terry Carisse, One Horse Blue, Anita Perras and Tim Taylor. Brian currently resides in Brentwood, Tennessee.

In September 2008, Ferriman was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame.[1]

Awards[edit]

Brian has won the following awards:

Bio[edit]

  • May 7, 1950 - Brian is born to Kenneth Cameron and Ruby Margaret Ferriman in London, Ontario, Canada
  • 1963-1968 - Brian attends Oakridge High School in London, Ontario
  • 1968-1972 - Brian attends the University of Western Ontario. Brian earns an honors bachelor's degree from the University of Western Ontario in English with a specialization in Drama.
  • June 17, 1972 - Brian marries Susan Kramer of Oakville, Ontario
  • sometime in the seventies - Brian, Jim Chapman, and Sandy WIlson renovates an old schoolhouse somewhere in Ontario to form Springfield Sound, a recording studio where such musicians as Bernard Purdie record with Brian, Jim and Sandy as their affable hosts.[2]
  • sometime in the late seventies/early eighties - Brian forms Savannah Records.
  • sometime in the early eighties - Brian and Sue move to 807 Sweetwater Crescent, Mississauga, Ontario.
  • November 11, 1982 - Brian and Sue's first child, Kim, is born.
  • February 23, 1987 - Brian and Sue's second child, Kevin, is born.
  • September 24, 1991 - The Ferriman family moves to Nashville, Tennessee.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Prairie Oyster named to Canadian Country Hall of Fame". CBC. July 10, 2008. Retrieved 23 September 2010. 
  2. ^ London Free Press May 21, 1977. Pat Moauro "London Company Believes Things Go Better With A Jingle"