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  • For Immediate Release: Mississauga, Ontario (July 19, 2004)
    Brian Edwards, business manager for Tommy Hunter Productions today confirmed that Tommy Hunter,  known as Canada’s Country Gentleman, is resting comfortably after undergoing successful surgery  for prostate cancer.

    Tommy is expected to make a full recovery and is looking forward to his cross-country tour in January and February of 2005.

    Tommy Hunter is best remembered for his long running television program, The Tommy Hunter Show.  His last special, which aired in March 2003, was viewed by more than a million fans, and was one of the highest rated network shows of the season, attesting to the performer’s longstanding popularity.
  1. THANK YOU!!! - Television special an overwhelming success: Click here for more info

  2. Queen & Tommy: During her visit for the CBC Television 50th Anniversary, Queen Elizabeth 11 and Tommy Hunter exchange Greetings during the offical reception. Click here to read more on this story.
  3. 'Country Gentleman' Returns: Canadian show biz extraordinaire of over four decades, Tommy Hunter brought his 'Still Making Memories' tour to the Red Deer Memorial Centre to the extreme delight of his many loyal fans. Hunter performed at this same venue almost two years ago to the day and is certainly an embracing sight any day of the year. Click here to read more on this story.

  • Tommy Hunter Honored By Legion Members During Tour 2001: It was a flashback to some 40 years ago, and brought back some wonderful memories. On January 23, 2001, during his concert in Elliot Lake Ontario, Tommy was presented with a "Certificate of Appreciation" from Royal Canadian Branch 561, for his outstanding entertainment contribution to the Canadian Forces. Click here to read more on this story.

  • Canada's Country Music Gentleman: The prospect of covering one of Canada's most prominent, best loved entertainers would leave one a little apprehensive at the best of times, but when that entertainer is universally known as "Canada's Country Gentleman". Click here to read more on this story.