The JUNO Awards

Season 5 Episode 1

The 10th Annual JUNO Awards

Aired Unknown Mar 21, 1979 on CTV
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The 10th Annual JUNO Awards
Hosted by Burton Cummings at the Harbour Castle Hilton in Toronto, this is the 10th Annual JUNO Awards on CBC.
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      • Best Selling Album: "Dream of a Child", by Burton Cummings.

        Best Album Graphics: Alan Gee & Greg Lawson, "Madcats" by Madcats.

        Best Children's Album: "There's A Hippo In My Tub", by Anne Murray.

        Best Classical Album of the Year: "Heinemith; Das Marienleben", by Glenn Gould and Roxolana Roslak.

        Best Selling International Album: "Saturday Night Fever", The Bee Gees.

        Best Jazz Album: "Jazz Canada Montreux 1978" by Tommy Banks Big Band with Guest Big Miller.

        Comedy Album of the Year: "The Air Farce Comedy Album", The Air Farce.

        Best Selling Single: "Hot Child in the City", Nick Glider

        Best Selling International Single: "You're The One That I Want", John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.

      • Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductees: Hank Snow

      • Female Vocalist of the Year: Anne Murray

        Male Vocalist of the Year: Gino Vanelli

        Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year: Claudja Barry

        Most Promising Male Vocalist of the year: Nick Glider

        Group of the Year: Rush

        Most Promising Group of the Year: Doucette

        Composer of the Year: Dan Hill "Sometimes When We Touch" by Dan Hill.

        Country Female Vocalist of the Year: Carroll Baker

        Country Male Vocalist of the Year: Ronnie Prophet

        Country Group or Duo of the Year: The Good Brothers

        Folk Singer of the Year: Murray McLauchlan

        Instrumental Artist of the Year: Liona Boyd

        Producer of the Year: Gino Vannelli, Joe Vannelli, & Ross Vannelli, "Brother to Brother", by Gino Vannelli.

        Recording Engineer of the Year: Ken Friesen, "Let's Keep It That Way", by Anne Murray.

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