The nominees for the 2015 JUNO Awards were announced by The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) at a press conference at The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto this morning, as Canada’s top artists now get ready for a trip to JUNO Week in Hamilton, March 9 – March 15, 2015.
"Congratulations go out to all of eOne Music artists who were nominated this year," says Greg Pappas, General Manager. "We work with such an exciting and vibrant group of musicians - it is a proud moment for all of us when their craft is recognized. We’re looking forward to celebrating in Hamilton!
eOne Music Canada earned nominations in the following categories:
JUNO FAN CHOICE AWARDSerge Fiori (GSI/eOne)
ALBUM OF THE YEARSerge Fiori/Serge Fiori (GSI/eOne)
VOCAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEARDiana Panton/Red (Diana Panton/eOne)
Elizabeth Shepherd/The Signal (Linus/eOne)
JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR: SOLOLenny Breau/LA Bootleg 1984 (Linus/eOne)
INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM OF THE YEARCanadian Brass/Great Wall Of China (Linus/eOne)
FRANOPHONE ALBUM OF THE YEARSerge Fiori/Serge Fiori (GSI/eOne)
CHILDREN’S ALBUM OF THE YEARFred Penner/Where In The World (The Children’s Group/eOne)
REGGAE RECORDING OF THE YEARTasha T/Real Talk (RassVibe/VP Records/eOne)
ROOTS AND TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEARDel Barber/Prairieography (True North/eOne)
James Hill (Borealis/eOne)
Matt Andersen/Weightless (True North/eOne)
METAL/HARD ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEARDevin Townsend Project/Z2 (HevyDevy/eOne)
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