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Jim Witter grew up playing music. In 1990, one of Witter's demos caught the attention of a Sony Music Canada executive.[2] Within three years, Witter was signed to FRE Records. His debut album, Jim Witter, was released in 1993. The first single, "Everything and More," entered the National Country Chart at #40, at the time a first for a debut Canadian single.[3] Every single released from the album reached the top 10 on the Canadian country singles chart, including "Distant Drum," "Stolen Moments," "Sweet Sweet Poison" and "Chevy Coupe." Witter received a 1994 Juno nomination for Best New Solo Artist, an award that covered all genres of music, as well as a nomination for Best Country Male Vocalist. Witter signed a songwriting deal with Curb Records in 1999. That resulted in a record deal and the release of his second album, All My Life, in both Canada and the United States. He continued his string of hits in Canada with songs like "All My Life," "Jumpin' Right In," "Tough As A Pickup Truck," "One Beat At A Time" and "One Hundred Years." Unfortunately, none of his singles reached Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart in the U.S. When it came time to go back into the studio, Witter was encouraged by Mike Curb to record a Christian record.[4] The result was his third album, 2003's Forgiveness. The album received a nomination at the 2004 GMA Dove Awards for Album of the Year.[5] Witter is currently performing in The Piano Men, a tribute to the music of the 1970s, performing the songs of Billy Joel and Elton John.[6] Jim Witter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Witter Jim Witter Online http://www.geocities.com/jimwitteronline/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.