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  • Season 7 Episode 1: The 12th Annual JUNO Awards

  • 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".

  • Season 6 Episode 1: The 11th Annual JUNO Awards

  • 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.

  • Season 5 Episode 1: The 10th Annual JUNO Awards

  • 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.

  • Season 4 Episode 1: The 9th Annual JUNO Awards

  • 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.

  • Female Vocalist of the Year: Patsy Gallant

    Male Vocalist of the Year: Dan Hill

    Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year: Lisa Dalbello

    Most Promising Male Vocalist of the year: David Bradstreet

    Group of the Year: Rush

    Most Promising Group of the Year: Hometown Band

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

    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: Gordon Lightfoot

    Instrumental Artist of the Year: Andre Gagnon

    Producer of the Year (Single): Matthew McCauley/Fred Molin "Sometimes When We Touch"

    Producer of the Year (Album): Matthew McCauley/Fred McCauley, "Longer Fuse", by Dan Hill.

    Recording Engineer of the Year: Tie Winners: Terry Brown, "Hope" by Klaatu & David Green, "Big Band Jazz" by Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass.

  • Season 3 Episode 1: The 8th Annual JUNO Awards

  • 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.

  • Season 2 Episode 1: The 7th Annual JUNO Awards

  • 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

  • Season 1 Episode 1: The 6th Annual JUNO Awards

  • 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

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