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George Fox (Singer)

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The Resume

    (March 23, 1960- )
    Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    Raised in Cochrane, Alberta, Canada
    Notable singles include 'Goldmine,' 'Bachelor Girl,' 'Lime Rickey,' 'No Trespassing,' 'Here Today, Here Tomorrow,' 'Clearly Canadian,' 'Spice of Life,' 'Breakfast Alone,' 'Mustang Heart,' 'Wear and Tear On My Heart,' 'First Comes Love,' 'The Night The Barn Burned Down' and 'Do The Math'
    Recorded the albums 'George Fox,' 'With All My Might,' 'Spice of Life,' 'Mustang Heart,' 'Time of My Life,' 'Greatest Hits 1987-1997,' 'Survivor,' 'Canadian' and 'With All Due Respect'

Why he might be annoying:

    He shares his name with the founder of the Quaker movement.
    His appearance significantly changed over the years.
    His American release of his album ‘With All My Might’ differs from the Canadian release.
    He never recorded a #1 single on the country music charts.
    He didn’t release a mainstream commercial single after 1998.

Why he might not be annoying:

    He grew up on a cattle farm outside of Cochrane, Alberta.
    He had a solid following in his home country of Canada.
    His hometown of Cochrane named a street in his honor.
    His wife, Monica served as a producer for ‘The Red Green Show’ during the 1990’s.
    He wrote the single ‘Give You My Word’ as an anniversary gift to his wife, which was released on his Greatest Hits album for their one year anniversary.
    He scaled back his career following the birth of his daughters, citing he didn’t want to miss out on watching them grow up as a result of extensive touring.

Credit: Ricky

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Year In Review:

    For 2023, as of last week, Out of 6 Votes: 66.67% Annoying
    In 2022, Out of 2 Votes: 50.0% Annoying