Charley Pride says Canadian promoters were less discriminatory than in U.S.
Country music legend Charley Pride poses in Toronto on Tuesday, May 8, 2012. When Pride was first starting out in the 1960s, he recalls many promoters were hesitant to book a black country artist for fear of hostility from predominantly white audiences.
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