Award winning recording artist to perform at Conference on helping individuals with special needs
Posted Aug 12 2010 8:36am
The Hidden Angel Foundation is pleased to announce that George Canyon, Multiple Juno and CCMA Award Winning Country Artist will perform at the International Multi Sensory Environment (ISNA) Symposium in October. George’s current album, “What I Do” was produced by George and pop king Richard Marx George and includes the hit song ‘I believe in Angels’ which hovers near the top of the country charts.
George sings about things that are near and dear to the Hidden Angel Foundation and he devotes vast amount of his time entertaining individuals with special needs. In conjunction with his performance at the conference George will also donate his time to entertain the children and adults at the United Cerebral Palsy facility in Birmingham.
As he says, “In country music, sincerity is everything", which might explain why the 39 year-old is a rapidly ascending star. Following his successful “Nashville Star” appearance, Universal South Records signed George and released his debut album, ‘One Good Friend’, in 2004.
For more information on this talented and compassionate artist please visit his website at www.georgecanyon.com.
For more information on the conference: www.isna2010.org
For more information on the Hidden Angel Foundation: www.cdhaf.org