The JUNO Awards

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  • S 34 : Ep 1

    The 41st Annual JUNO Awards

    Aired 3/27/11

  • S 34 : Ep 1

    The 40th Annual JUNO Awards

    Aired 4/18/10

  • S 34 : Ep 1

    The 39th Annual JUNO Awards

    Aired 3/29/09

  • S 33 : Ep 1

    The 38th Annual JUNO Awards

    Aired 4/6/08

  • S 32 : Ep 1

    The 37th Annual JUNO Awards

    Aired 4/1/07

  • Cast & Crew
  • Paul Anka

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  • John Allen Cameron

    Host

  • David Steinberg

    Host

  • Burton Cummings

    Host

  • Andrea Martin

    Host

  • show Description
  • Similar to the Grammy Awards, the JUNO Awards are awarded to those who have made a significant impact in Canadian music over the past year. The winners are chosen by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.

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    • The first 5 awards ceremonies were not televised but were held in Toronto at St. Lawrence Hall (1970-1971) and at the Inn On The Park (1972-1974).

    • Stompin' Tom Connors withdrew his nomination in the Country Male Vocalist category to allow for other nominees a chance of winning.

    Trivia (18)

    • Best Selling Album: "Not Fragile" from Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
      Best Album Graphics: Bart Schoales, "Night Vision" by Bruce Cockburn.
      Best Selling International Album: "Band on the Run" by Paul McCartney.
      Best Selling Single: "Seasons in the Sun", Terry Jacks.
      Best Selling International Single: "The Night Chicago Died", Paper Lace.

    • Female Vocalist of the Year: Anne Murray Male Vocalist of the Year: Gordon Lightfoot Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year: Suzanne Stevens Most Promising Male Vocalist of the year: Gino Vannelli Group of the Year: Bachman-Turner Overdrive Most Promising Group of the Year: Rush Composer of the Year: Paul Anka Country Female Vocalist of the Year: Anne Murray Country Male Vocalist of the Year: Stompin' Tom Conners Country Group or Duo of the Year: Carlton Showband Folk Singer of the Year: Gordon Lightfoot Producer of the Year: Randy Bachman

    • Best Selling Album: "Four Wheel Drive" from Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
      Best Album Graphics: Bart Schoales, "Joy Will Find A Way" by Bruce Cockburn.
      Best Selling International Album: "Greatest Hits", Elton John.
      Best Selling Single: "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet", Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
      Best Selling International Single: "Love Will Keep Us Together", The Captain and Tennile.

    • Female Vocalist of the Year: Joni Mitchell Male Vocalist of the Year: Gino Vannelli Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year: Patricia Dahlquist Most Promising Male Vocalist of the year: Dan Hill Group of the Year: Bachman-Turner Overdrive Most Promising Group of the Year: Myles and Lenny Composer of the Year: Hagood Hardy, "The Homecoming" Country Female Vocalist of the Year: Anne Murray Country Male Vocalist of the Year: Murray McLauchlan Country Group or Duo of the Year: The Mercey Brothers Folk Singer of the Year: Gordon Lightfoot Instrumental Artist of the Year: Hagood Hard Recording Engineer of the Year: Michel Ethier, "Dompierre", by Francois Dompierre People's Award: Walt Grealis

    • Best Selling Album: "Neiges" from Andre Gagnon Best Album Graphics: Michael Bowness, "Ian Tamblyn" by Ian Tamblyn.

      Best Classical Album of the Year: "Beethoven - Vols. 1, 2, & 3", by Anton Kuerti.

      Best Selling International Album: "Frampton Comes Alive" by Peter Frampton. Best Jazz Album: "The Atlantic Suite", Phil Nimmons. Best Selling Single: "Roxy Roller", Sweeney Todd. Best Selling International Single: "I Love To Love", Tina Charles.

    • Female Vocalist of the Year: Patsy Gallant Male Vocalist of the Year: Burton Cummings Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year: Colleen Peterson Most Promising Male Vocalist of the year: Burton Cummings Group of the Year: Heart Most Promising Group of the Year: T.H.P. Orchestra Composer of the Year: Gordon Lightfoot, "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" Country Female Vocalist of the Year: Carroll Baker Country Male Vocalist of the Year: Murray McLauchlan Country Group or Duo of the Year: The Good Brothers Folk Singer of the Year: Gordon Lightfoot Instrumental Artist of the Year: Hagood Hardy Producer of the Year: Mike Flicker, "Dreamboat Annie", by Heart Recording Engineer of the Year: Paul Page, "Are You Ready for Love", by Patsy Gallant.

    • Best Selling Album: "Longer Fuse" by Dan Hill. Best Album Graphics: Dave Anderson, "Short Turn" by Short Turn Best Classical Album of the Year: Toronto Symphony Orchestra, "Three Borodin Symphonies".

      Best Selling International Album: "Rumors" by Fleetwood Mac. Best Jazz Album: "Big Band Jazz" by Rob McConnell and The Boss Brass.

      Best Selling Single: "Sugar Daddy", Patsy Gallant. Best Selling International Single: "When I Need You", Leo Sayer.

    • Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductees: Guy Lombardo (posthumous) and Oscar Peterson.

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