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Canadian-American Records was a record label based in both New York City and Winnipeg, Manitoba. It was started in February, 1959 by Gene Orndorf of Deering, ND. The most popular artists for the label were the duo of Santo & Johnny and singer Linda Scott.
By the mid-1960s, the label had stopped issuing new material. In 1998, Leonard Zimmer turned ownership of the label to Joey Welz, former pianist for Bill Haley and his Comets.
Now based in Lititz, Pennsylvania, Canadian-American Records still produces albums and brings new artists to their own conforming and ever changing over the decades.
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- ^ Canadian-American Records