The JUNO Awards

Season 7 Episode 1

The 12th Annual JUNO Awards

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Aired Unknown Feb 05, 1981 on CTV
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The 12th Annual JUNO Awards
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Hosted by Andrea Martin at the O'Keefe Centre in Toronto, this is the 12th Annual JUNO Awards on CBC.
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      • Album of the Year: "Greatest Hits", Anne Murray.

        Best Album Graphics: Jeanette Hanna, "We Deliver" by Downchild Blues Band.

        Best Children's Album: "Singing 'n Swinging" by Sharon, Lois & Bram.

        Best Classical Album of the Year: "Stravinsky - Chopin Ballads", by Arthur Ozolins.

        International Album of the Year: "The Wall", Pink Floyd.

        Best Jazz Album: "Present Perfect" by Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass.

        Single of the Year: Tie Winners: "Could I Have This Dance" by Anne Murray and "Echo Beach", by Martha and the Muffins.

        International Single of the Year: "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)", Pink Floyd.

      • Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductees: Joni Mitchell

      • Female Vocalist of the Year: Anne Murray

        Male Vocalist of the Year: Bruce Cockburn

        Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year: Carole Pope

        Most Promising Male Vocalist of the year: Graham Shaw

        Group of the Year: Prism

        Most Promising Group of the Year: Powder Blues Band

        Composer of the Year: Eddie Schwartz, "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" by Pat Benatar. Country Female Vocalist of the Year: Anne Murray

        Country Male Vocalist of the Year: Eddie Eastman

        Country Group or Duo of the Year: The Good Brothers

        Folk Artist of the Year: Bruce Cockburn

        Instrumental Artist of the Year: Frank Mills

        Producer of the Year: Gene Martynec, "Tokyo" by Bruce Cockburn and "High School Confidential" by Carole Pope".

        Recording Engineer of the Year: Mike Jones, "Factory" and "We're OK".

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