Don Neilson

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Don Neilson
Origin Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada
Genres Country
Occupation(s) 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.



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


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"


  1. ^ RPM