The Story of Heritage Records

Huculak's introduction to the music industry was as the co-owner of a recording studio. In 1965 he went into partnership with television broadcaster Fred Hodson and "Canada's Mr. Polka," accordionist Gaby Haas. This venture was only the second independent recording studio in the Edmonton area. Prior to the establishment of studios, recordings were often made at radio stations.
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Joe Kozak - from the cover of Award Winning Dulcimer Sounds...

Joe Kozak - from the cover of Award Winning Dulcimer Sounds

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