The 2019 Juno Award Winners

Last night were the annual Juno awards. The Juno awards are Canada’s biggest night in music. It was hosted by 12-time Juno Award winner Sarah McLachlan. Shawn Mendes was the outstanding winner. Shawn won 5 Juno Awards last night including: Single of the Year, Artist of the Year, Pop Album of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and the most important Juno: Album of the Year.

This is the list of the Juno Awards winners:

Juno Fan Choice: Avril Lavigne

Single of the Year: Shawn Mendes

International Album of the Year: Post Malone

Album of the Year: Shawn Mendes

Artist of the Year: Shawn Mendes

Group of the Year: Arkells

Breakthrough Artist of the Year: bülow

Breakthrough Group of the Year: The Washboard Union

Songwriter of the Year: Shawn Mendes

Country Album of the Year: Brett Kissel

Adult Alternative Album of the Year: Bahamas

Alternative Album of the Year: Dizzy

Pop Album of the Year: Shawn Mendes

Rock Album of the Year: Arkells

Vocal Jazz Album of the Year: Laila Biali

Jazz Album of the Year; Solo: Robi Botos

Jazz Album of the Year; Group: Andy Milne and Dapp Theory

Instrumental Album of the Year: Gordian Grdina

Francophone Album of the Year: Loud

Children’s of the Year: Splash’N Boots

Classical Album of the Year; Solo of Chamber: Trio

Classical Album of the Year; Large Ensemble: Toronto Symphony Orchestra conducted by Peter Oundjian featuring Louis Lortie, Sarah Jeffery and Teng Li

Classical Album of the Year; Vocal or Choral: Barbara Hannigan with Reinbert De Leeuw

Classical Composition of the Year: Ana Sokolović

Rap Recording of the Year: Tory Lanez

Dance Recording of the Year: Loud Luxury

R&B/Soul Album of the Year: Jessie Reyez

Reggae Recording of the Year: Dubmatix

Indigenous Music of the Year: Jeremy Dutcher

Contemporary Roots Album of the Year: Donovan Woods

Traditional Roots Album of the Year: Pharis and Jason Romero

Blues Album of the Year: Colin James

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year: LOVECOLLIDE

World Music Album of the Year: Wesli

Jack Richards Producer of the Year: Eric Ratz

Recording Engineer of the Year: Shawn Everett

Album Artwork of the Year: Mike Milosh (Art Director, Designer, illustration, & Photographer)

Video of the Year: Ali Eisner

Electronic Album of the Year: Milk & Bone

Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year: Voivod

Adult Contemporary Album of the Year: Michael Bublé

Comedy Album of the Year: Dave Merheje

Canadian Music Hall of Fame: Corey Hart

Humanitarian Award: David Foster

Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award: Duff Roman

Photo Credits Juno Awards via Twitter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Scott Fox
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