Donn & Cindy sell out performances for eight weeks as audiences flock to see the couple at the Thunderbird Hotel in Brampton, Ontario.

Donn releases his 2nd LP record - Blue Canadian Rockies on Arc Records.

The couple travel to Blackpool, England for vacationing and a two month tour of Europe. Donn also appears for several charitable performances including the Blackpool Society for Mentally Handicapped Children.

Upon returning to Canada, Donn enjoys local publicity from Georgetown's Channel 5 television appearances. He later accepts an invitation to perform at the Independent Order of Foresters Christmas concert in Bramalea, Ontario.

Duet Performances:
- Nottawasaga Inn (Alliston, Ontario)
- Pruce Hotel (Sault Ste Marie, Ontario)
- Snoopy's Corner (Borden, Ontario)


Cindy gives birth to their second child, Scott, naming him after Apollo 15 astronaut Commander David L. Scott, who returns to earth on the same day, August 7th, 1971.

Donn is featured in an interview for The Canadian Composer magazine.  The article is printed in the November 1971 issue.


Donn and Cindy guest star on Don Messer's Jubilee television show.

Cindy reconsiders their entertainment life, and withdraws from duet performances to focus more on their family life. Donn re-establishes his career as a solo performer.

Donn accepts radio disc-jockey spots on CHWO in Oakville, and CJMR in Mississauga Ontario.  Donn's character and musical style become an addiction to listeners across southern Ontario as he introduces old and new country stars alike to the rural masses. He also gains popularity through continued promotional efforts with many charities on and off-air.

Donn is invited to host and perform for the Carlisle Bluegrass Festival, Ontario's largest three day country event to over 5000 fans from Canada and the U.S. He is later featured in an interview for Focus on Entertainment, a publication circulating southern Ontario, Canada.

Donn releases his 4th LP record - Springtime In The Rockies on Arc Records.


Cindy gives birth to their 3rd child, Chad Adam Reynolds on September 15, 1976.

Donn establishes a new world record for duration yodeling.  In November, he yodels non-stop for 7 hours and 29 minutes, eclipsing the previous record by 2 hours and 5 minutes.  Throughout the day, he accompanied himself on the guitar, and with raw throat and fingers by days-end, he had entered himself into the Guinness Book of World Records as the worlds longest yodeler.

The accomplishment inspires many radio and television appearances including the Wal'n Den Show on CFQC radio and the Bob McLean Show on CBC TV.


Donn stars in Opry North, presented by country radio station CFGM.  He also becomes an honorary member of the Toronto radio station CJCL "Music Of Your Life" association.  He establishes Reynolds Limousine, a prestigious limousine business based out of Brampton, Ontario.

Donn releases his 5th LP record "King of the Yodelers"  on Quality Records Ltd.

Donn is featured  in the Reader's Digest, April 1979 issue for his world record achievement. He also appears on the front page of the Toronto Sun newspaper riding horseback along Yonge Street in support of a United Way charity campaign on September 25, 1979.

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Blackpool Society for Handicapped

Don Messer

Horseshoe Tavern

Bluegrass Festival with Mac Wiseman

United Appeal with Mayor of Toronto

Uncle Bobby Show

World Record

World Record

Guinness Certificate

Bill Bessie and
Roy Clarke

Opry North

Bob McLean Show

Reynolds Limousine

United Way Charity

Toronto Sun Cover