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

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1985
Wee Rockers Wee Rockers

Best Children's Album

1975
Wednesday Last Kiss

Best Selling Single

2017
Weaves Weaves

Alternative Album of the Year

2018
Weaves Wide Open

Alternative Album of the Year

1973

Record Company of the Year

1974

Record Company of the Year

1977

Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year

1985
Wayne St. John Two Can Play

Best R&B/Soul Recording

1981

Country Male Vocalist of the Year

1981

Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year

2005
Wayne Lavallee Green Dress

Aboriginal Recording of the Year

2010
Wayne Lavallee Trail of Tears

Aboriginal Album of the Year

1995

Instrumental Artist(s) of the Year

2002
Wave California

Best Single

2002

Best New Group

2003
Warren Hill Love Songs

Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year

2017
Warren Dean Flandez Eternally Grateful

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year

2019

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year

2004
Warne Livesey "Weapon", "In A World Called Catastrophe"- Matthew Good

Recording Engineer of the Year

1980

Most Promising Male Vocalist 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