Are you tired of long-winded bios that start at birth and instantaneously anesthetize you. Thought so. Me too. Well here is a point form bio on Steve Fox that skips when he lost his first tooth and smoked his first cigarette. Enjoy. Juno Nomination for male vocalist of the year 1993 for rock record on Sony / True North Canada Spent ten years in Toronto and New York working as an engineer and playing clubs with Rockabilly band the Tin Eddies. Moved to Nashville in June 1997 to staff write for Keith Stegal's publishing company Big Picture Ent.(Alan Jackson's producer and head of A&R Mercury Records) Signed publishing deal with Joe Scaife (big wig Nashville producer with too many credits to list) Released Self Titled Country CD in 1999 on Dead Reckoning Records / Song Corp January 2000 had several songs chart high in Canada and US at once (refer to songs released) February 5 / 2000 had first child Jack Winner of CCMA Socan Song of the Year 2000 for Montgomery Gentry "Daddy Won't sell the Farm" #1 video on CMT in the USA for "Daddy Won't Sell the Farm" Winner of an Ascap Award for "Daddy Won't sell the Farm" 2000 US Gold (500,000 sold) Tattoos and Scars, M.G. 2001 April 12 / 2002 had second son Eddie Released CD "Small World" and had 2 top 10 and 4 top 20 singles Juno Nomination for Best New Country Artist 2002 Released 4 videos on CMT in support of "Small World" 2002 and 2003 2003 M.G. Tattoos and Scars goes Platinum in the US (1,000,000 sold) Winner of CCMA Independent Male Vocalist of the Year 2002 Nominated for 3 other CCMA's in 2002 Winner of SCMA (Saskatchewan) for Poverty Plainsmen "Time Will Tell" Nominated for 3 CCMA Awards in 2003 Winner of 3 Ontario Country Performers and Fan Ass. Awards 2003 5 Just Plain Folks Awards nominations 2003 held in Los Angeles Winner of Just Plain Folks Award for "She Moved" Los Angeles 2003 2004 began producing more acts other than Steve Fox releases (refer to production credits) 2005 winner of the International Song Writers contest in the USA for "Little Footprints" Released CD Lunch With Chet 2005 First single from "Lunch" goes to #16 on BDS in Canada. 42 songs making money on radio Still rocking very very hard.