Past Nominees + Winners - The JUNO Awards
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Past Nominees + Winners

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1990
Yada Yada Jam Jam Jam

Best Dance Recording

2016
Xavier Dolan Hello - ADELE

Video of the Year

2004
X-Quisite X-Quisite

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year

1982

Best Jazz Album

1992

Most Promising Group of the Year

2013
Woods of Ypres Woods 5: Grey Skies & Electric Light

Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year

2021
WondaGurl “Aim For The Moon (feat. Quavo)” (co-producers 5ive Beatz, 808Melo, Dani, Dez Wright, Tyy Beats) SHOOT FOR THE STARS AIM FOR THE MOON – Pop Smoke, “GANG GANG” (co-producer Vou) JACKBOYS – JACKBOYS & Sheck Wes

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year

1992

Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award

2008

New Group of the Year

2008
Wintersleep Welcome To The Night Sky

Alternative Album of the Year

2017
Wintersleep The Great Detachment

Adult Alternative Album of the Year

2011
Winona Zelenka Bach: Six Suites for Solo Cello

Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Chamber

2018

Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble

2008
Windsor Symphony Orchestra Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf

Children's Album of the Year

1999
Willie P. Bennett Heartstrings

Best Roots & Traditional Album: Solo

2018
Williams, Wayne and Isaak Big City, Back Country Blues

Blues Album of the Year

1978
William Roberto Wilson Libr Service - Self Service - Maneige

Best Album Graphics

2017
William Prince Earthly Days

Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

2017
William Prince Earthly Days

Indigenous Music Album of the Year

2021

Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

The JUNOS were established in 1971. All awards dated 1970 are RPM Gold Leaf Awards. Read more about RPM Awards.

CARAS rescheduled the 1988 ceremony from fall to spring 1989. As a result, there was no 1988 JUNO Awards show.

8034 TOTAL NOMINEES