Oct 19, 2011
Canadian legend Paul Anka will join Ron Fair, Deborah Cox and Jordan Knight as a guest judge on this Sunday's episode of Cover Me Canada.
The crooner will not only dole out advice for our remaining four competitors, but he'll be critiquing their arrangements of his original songs.
Warren Dean Flandez will recreate "Diana", one of the best-selling songs ever penned by a Canadian recording artist.
Ali Milner will reinvent "Put Your Head On My Shoulder", which was released as a single in 1959, hitting #2 on the Billboard Top 100.
Melanie Morgan will take on "Puppy Love", which charted in 1959 and has remained one of Paul Anka's most beloved songs that covered by such artists as Donny Osmond.
Whosarmy will put their own spin on Anka's 1959 hit, "Lonely Boy". Anka first sang it in the film Girls Town, in which he also made his acting debut alongside Mel Torme, Mamie Van Doren and Ray Anthony.
Paul Anka's numerous hits have garnered him multiple Juno awards and his theme song for The Longest Day added an Academy award nomination to his many achievements. During his career he has been inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame, Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, American Hall of Fame, is a member of the Order of Canada and has a star onCanada's Walk Of Fame. Paul Anka has a long history with the CBC television, including the 1965 Chateau Laurier Presents Paul Anka, to his 1972-73 CBC variety show, ANKA.