Tuesday, June 30, 2020

CONGRATS! Local 2020 Juno Winners!

On June 29, the 2020 Juno Award winners were announced in a pre-recorded special. Three of our talented local musical compatriots (all from Hamilton) won.


Below is a complete list of winners:
Local artists are bolded.
  • Contemporary Roots Album: Mohawk by Lee Harvey Osmond

    Links: Lee Harvey OsmondMore Lee Harvey Osmond StoriesVideo above courtesy of LeE HARVeY OsMOND 

  • Music Video: Little Star  (iskwē)

    IskwéMore Iskwé StoriesVideo above courtesy of iskwē

  • Jazz Album (Group): Abundance by Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop

    Links: Ernesto Cervini, More Ernesto Cervini StoriesVideo above courtesy of Ernesto Cervini's Turboprop - Topic

  • Adult Alternative Album: A Blemish in the Great Light by Half Moon Run
  • Adult Contemporary Album: Shine A Light by Bryan Adams
  • Album: The Pains Of Growing by Alessia Cara
  • Album Artwork: SELECTIONS FROM CUPHEAD by Kristofer Maddigan 
  • Alternative Album: Morbid Stuff by PUP
  • Artist: Shawn Mendes
  • Blues Album: Mad Love by Dawn Tyler Watson
  • Breakthrough Artist: Lennon Stella
  • Breakthrough Group: Neon Dreams
  • Children's Album: Greatest Hits, Vol. 4 by Big Block Singsong
  • Classical Album (Large Ensemble): The John Adams Album by Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, conducted by Kent Nagano 
  • Classical Album (Solo or Chamber): detach by Angela Schwarzkopf  
  • Classical Album (Vocal or Choral): Handel: Dixit Dominus; Bach and Schutz: Motets Ottawa Bach Choir, conducted by Lisette Canton 
  • Classical Composition: Evta by Ana Sokolović ATMA*Naxos
  • Comedy Album: Lil Bit of Buddle by Sophie Buddle
  • Contemporary Gospel or Christian: The Advent Of Christmas by Matt Maher 
  • Country Album: Wild As Me by Meghan Patrick
  • Dance Recording: Love Me by Felix Cartal and Lights 
  • Electric Album:  Beyond The Senses by REZZ
  • Francophone Album: La nuit est une panthère by Les Louanges
  • Group: Loud Luxury
  • Indigenous Artist or Group: Stories from a Downtown Apartment by Celeigh Cardinal
  • Instrumental Album: INSCAPE by Alexandra Stréliski
  • International Album: WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? by Billie Eilish
  • Jazz Album (Solo): MiGRATIONS by Jacques Kuba Seguin 
  • Juno Fan Choice: Avril Lavigne
  • Metal/Hard Music Album: Play to Win by Striker 
  • Pop Album: The Pains of Growing by Alessia Cara
  • Producer: Ben Kaplan
  • Rap Recording: Freaky by Tory Lanez 
  • Recording Engineer: John "Beetle" Bailey
  • Reggae Recording : The Warning Track by Lyndon John X 
  • RnB/Soul Recording : Feel It Too by Jessie Reyez, Tory Lanez and Tainy
  • Rock Album: A War On Everything by The Glorious Sons
  • Single: Señorita by Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello
  • Songwriter: Alessia Cara
  • Traditional Roots Album: Sugar and Joyby  The Dead South 
  • Vocal Jazz Album: Stay Tuned! by Dominique Fils-Aimé 
  • World Music Album: BAROKAN by Djely Tapa  
Blast from the Past: Last Year's Winners

Links: Juno AwardsMore Juno Stories

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