Don Neilson

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Don Neilson
Origin Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Genres Country
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1992–1997
Labels Epic

Don Neilson is a Canadian country music artist. Neilson recorded three studio albums for Epic Records. He charted twelve singles on the Canadian country music charts, of which the highest was the No. 9-peaking "You're My Hometown" in 1993.[1] Neilson was nominated for Best Country Male Vocalist at the Juno Awards in 1993 and 1996.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Title
1992 The Other Side of You
1994 Based on a True Story
1996 …Or Is It Just Me?

Singles[edit]

Year Title CAN Country Album
1992 "Still in the Game" 10 The Other Side of You
"The Other Side of You" 22
1993 "You're My Hometown" 9
"Let Me Be the One"
1994 "Country in the City" 10 Based on a True Story
"Tell Me the Lie" 15
1995 "Rusted Hinges" 46
"Easy to Say" 37
"World to Me" 60
1996 "Love That I Deserve" 29
"Sadie's Kitchen" 23 …Or Is It Just Me?
1997 "Home of the Brave" 60
"High and Outside" 66
"In My Day"

References[edit]

  1. ^ RPM