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The JUNO Awards

Season 6 Episode 1

The 11th Annual JUNO Awards

Aired Unknown Apr 02, 1980 on CTV
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The 11th Annual JUNO Awards
Hosted by Burton Cummings at the Harbour Castle Hilton in Toronto, this is the 11th Annual JUNO Awards on CBC.
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      • Album of the Year: Anne Murray, "New Kind of Feeling".

        Best Album Graphics: Rodney Bowes, "Cigarettes" by The Wives.

        Best Children's Album: Sharon, Lois & Bram, "Smorgasbord".

        Best Classical Album of the Year: "The Crown of Ariadne", Judy Loman and R. Murray Schafer.

        Best Selling International Album: Supertramp, "Breakfast in America".

        Best Jazz Album: Ed Bickert, Don Thompson, "Sackville 4005".

        Comedy Album of the Year: "A Christmas Carol", Rich Little.

        Single of the Year: Anne Murray, "I Just Fall in Love Again".

        Best Selling International Single: "Heart of Glass", Blondie.

      • Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductees: Paul Anka

      • Female Vocalist of the Year: Anne Murray

        Male Vocalist of the Year: Burton Cummings

        Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year: France Joli

        Most Promising Male Vocalist of the year: Walter Rossi

        Group of the Year: Trooper

        Most Promising Group of the Year: Streetheart

        Composer of the Year: Frank Mills, "Peter Piper".

        Country Female Vocalist of the Year: Anne Murray

        Country Male Vocalist of the Year: Murray McLauchlan

        Country Group or Duo of the Year: The Good Brothers

        Folk Singer of the Year: Bruce Cockburn

        Instrumental Artist of the Year: Frank Mills

        Producer of the Year: Bruce Fairbairn, "Armageddon" by Prism.

        Recording Engineer of the Year: David Greene, "Concerto for Contemporary Violin" by Paul Hoffert.

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