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Dick Nolan

Dick Nolan will forever be associated with Aunt Martha's Sheep, a comical song that became a huge hit in 1972.

Nolan was born and raised in Corner Brook, where he began performing and making radio appearances as a teenager. In 1958 he moved to Toronto to work as a country singer. His first two albums consist entirely of songs that had been hits for Johnny Cash. Nolan would go on to record numerous albums becoming known as a singer of "truck drivin' country and western songs."

Beginning in the mid-1960s, Nolan began making regular trips back to the province and recorded albums of Newfoundland-oriented material. In 1972 he released Aunt Martha's Sheep, a humorous song by Ellis Coles, which became one the most successful Newfoundland records of the decade and a minor hit at country radio stations across Canada. Nolan went on to make several more popular records, featuring comic songs like Newfie Outhouse and A Piece of Baloney.

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