Ontario Country Performer and Fan Association
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The organization was founded on the believe that by bringing artists and fans closer together, the industry could be strengthened. Award shows highlighted this fan-artist relationship.
The OCPFA ceased to operate on January 31, 2007 following a vote from its board of directors.
Noted award winners
- The Good Brothers won Best Group/Duo in 2004, and have also hosted the awards
- Colin Amey won the Rising Star Award in 2000
- Diane Chase won Female Vocalist of the year in 2000 and 2002
- Wendell Ferguson was awarded a Lifetime Achievement award
- Jason McCoy won six total awards in 2004
- Blue Rodeo was a multiple award winner over a number of years
- http://www.ocpfa.com Official Site
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