Award Winners for The Juno Awards 2017!

Here is a list of Juno 2017 Award winners and exclusive photos from backstage at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, and also at the Gala Awards at The Shaw Centre. Any without photos were unfortunately not at the show, or didn’t come into the media room. Enjoy!

Album Of The Year: Leonard Cohen, You Want it Darker (Accepted by his son, Adam Cohen)

Group Of The Year: The Tragically Hip, Man Machine Poem

Breakthrough Artist: Ruth B

Songwriter Of The year: Gord Downie for “The Stranger,” “The Only Place to Be” and “Son” from Secret Path

Country Album Of The Year: Jess Moskaluke, Kiss Me Quiet

Fan Choice Award: Shawn Mendes

Pop Album Of the Year: Alessia Cara, Know-It-All

Artist Of The Year: Leonard Cohen.

Single Of The Year: The Strumbellas, “Spirits.”

Breakthrough Group Of The Year: The Dirty Nil

Adult Alternative Album Of The Year: Gord Downie, Secret Path

Alternative Album Of The Year: July Talk, Touch

Rock Album Of The Year: The Tragically Hip, Man Machine Poem

Rap Recording Of The Year: Jazz Cartier, “Hotel Paranoia.”

Dance Recording Of The Year: Bit Funk Featuring Shae Jacobs, “Off The Ground.”

R&B/Soul Recording Of The Year: The Weeknd, “Starboy”

Reggae Recording Of The Year: Exco Levi, Siren.

Indigenous Music Album Of The Year: Quantum Tangle, Tiny Hands

Contemporary Roots Album Of The Year: William Prince, Earthly Days

Traditional Roots Album Of The Year: The East Pointers, Secret Victory

Blues Album Of The Year: Paul Reddick, Ride The One

Vocal Jazz Album Of The Year: Bria Skonberg, Bria

Jazz Album Of The Year — Solo: Renée Rosnes, Written In The Rocks

Jazz Album Of The Year — Group: Metalwood, Twenty

Instrumental Album Of The Year: The Fretless, Bird’s Nest

Francophone Album Of The Year: Laurence Nerbonne, Xo

Children’s Album Of The Year: Diana Panton, I Believe In Little Things

Classical Album Of The Year — Solo Or Chamber: New Orford String Quartet, Brahms: String Quartets, Op. 51, Nos. 1 & 2

Classical Album Of The Year — Large Ensemble: Steve Wood And The Northern Cree Singers And Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Going Home Star — Truth And Reconciliation

Classical Composition of the Year – Jordan Nobles, Immersion

World Music Album of the Year: Okavango African OrchestraOkavango African Orchestra

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year: Tim Neufled & the Glory BoysHootenanny!

Jack Richardson Producer Of The Year: A Tribe Called Red, “R.E.D.” (Featuring Yasiin Bey, Narcy And Black Bear) And “Sila” (Featuring Tanya Tagaq) From We Are The Hallucination

Recording Engineer Of The Year: Jason Dufour For “Push + Pull” And “Beck + Call” From July Talk’s Touch

Recording Package Of The Year: Gord Downie, Secret Path — Jonathan Shedletzky (Art Director), Isis Essery (Designer) And Jeff Lemaire (Illustrator)

Video Of The Year: Grimes, “Kill V. Maim” (Director: Claire Boucher)

Electronic Album Of The Year: Kaytranada, 99.9%

Metal/Hard Music Album Of The Year: Mandroid Echostar

Adult Contemporary Album Of The Year: Sarah Mclachlan, Wonderland

International Album Of The Year: Coldplay, A Head Full Of Dreams.

To see more photos from our Junos 2017 adventures, go to our Facebook page! More to come!

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