JACK RICHARDSON LONDON MUSIC HALL OF FAME

 

182 Dundas Street, London, Ontario | (519) 432-1107

Located adjacent to the music hall in the old Nash Jewellers building on Dundas St, the Hall of Fame honours outstanding musicians from London, Ontario. Past inductees include Garth Hudson, Tommy Hunter, the Lombardo family, Denise Pelley, Sheep Look Up, Kittie and Don and Priscilla Wright. Having a place to showcase these individuals and groups provides an opportunity to share their recognition with the community and visitors to the city.

Displayed alongside profiles and bios of the inductees will be musical treasures such as the gold records Jack Richardson was awarded for producing The Guess Who’s American Woman and Bob Seger’s Night Moves. And on display from the Big Band era are artifacts from Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians.

“We have some cool stuff,” said Circelli. “This city has a deep and prestigious music history and we’ve got the proof right here on display. It’s really impressive and we’re very excited.”

Mike Manuel, owner of the London Music Hall and the Manuel family, is supporting this project. “The JRLMA has done so much for the music community of London, it’s a natural fit,” said Manuel.

The Hall features two live venues, The Rosewood Room and The Jack Richardson Ballroom.  Live performance schedules will be posted on the events page as well as on the Hall Of Fame Facebook page. You can also check the events page at the London Music Hall – www.londonmusichall.com/events/


Hall of Fame Hours:

Saturdays – Noon to 5 PM

Everyone is welcome to drop by and tour the Hall. (Admission by donation) The Jack Richardson Music Awards & The Jack Richardson Music Hall of Fame are not-for-profit organizations and your support is greatly appreciated. 


Check out media coverage:

Our London

CTV London

98.1 Free FM

Corus Radio London, FM96:

 

The JRLMA Board of Directors gratefully acknowledges assistance by Brian Lambert for curating JRLM Hall of Fame displays & providing Graphic Underground London 1977-1990 display for the Rosewood Lounge; Amber Lloydlangston, Brian Meehan & Museum London and the London Public Library. 

 

 

Unifor – the union is a founder of the Jack Richardson London Music Hall Of Fame.