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Juno Awards Nominations Announced

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on February 20, 2013

in News

The nominees for the 2013 Juno Awards were announced on Tuesday morning.

Juno Awards

Juno Awards

Carly Rae Jepsen led all other nominees with five nods for Juno Fan Choice, Single, Album, Artist and Pop Album of the Year. Justin Bieber was second with four for Fan Choice, Album, Artist and Pop Album of the Year.

Leonard Cohen leads all veteran artists with three nominations for Fan Choice, Artist and Songwriter of the Year. His son, Adam Cohen, is nominated for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year.

The list of nominees in major popular music categories.

JUNO Fan Choice Award (presented by TD)

  • Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Céline Dion
  • Drake
  • Hedley
  • Justin Bieber
  • Leonard Cohen
  • Marianas Trench
  • Metric
  • Michael Bublé
  • Nickelback

Single of the Year

  • Viking Death March – Billy Talent
  • Call Me Maybe – Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Kiss You Inside Out – Hedley
  • Stompa – Serena Ryder
  • The Way It Is – The Sheepdogs

International Album of the Year (sponsored by hmv Canada)

  • Overexposed – Maroon 5
  • Babel – Mumford & Sons
  • Up All Night – One Direction
  • Merry Christmas, Baby – Rod Stewart
  • Red – Taylor Swift

Album of the Year (sponsored by Music Canada)

  • Kiss – Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Sans Attendre – Céline Dion
  • Storms – Hedley
  • Believe – Justin Bieber
  • Ever After – Marianas Trench

Artist of the Year

  • Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Deadmau5
  • Johnny Reid
  • Justin Bieber
  • Leonard Cohen

Group of the Year

  • Billy Talent
  • Marianas Trench
  • Metric
  • Rush
  • The Sheepdogs

Breakthrough Artist of the Year (Sponsored by Factor and Radio Starmaker Fund)

  • Cold Specks
  • Elisapie
  • Grimes
  • Kira Isabella
  • The Weeknd Republic

Breakthrough Group of the Year (sponsored by Factor and Radio Starmaker Fund)

  • Hey Ocean!
  • Monster Truck
  • The Pack
  • Walk Off the Earth
  • Yukon Blonde

Songwriter of the Year (sponsored by SiriusXM Canada)

  • Afie Jurvanen (Be My Witness, Caught Me Thinkin, Lost in the Light)
  • Arkells (Michigan Left, On Paper, Whistleblower)
  • Hannah Georgas (Enemies, Robotic – co-songwriter Ryan Guldemond, Somebody)
  • Kathleen Edwards (A Soft Place to Land– co-songwriter John Roderick, Chameleon/Comedian, Change the Sheets)
  • Leonard Cohen (Amen, Going Home– co-songwriter Patrick Leonard, Show Me the Place – co-songwriter Patrick Leonard)

Country Album of the Year (Sponsored by PotashCorp)

  • Love Me Or Leave Me – Chad Brownlee
  • Jumped Right In – Dallas Smith
  • Dirt – Dean Brody
  • Roll – Emerson Drive
  • Fire It Up – Johnny Reid

Adult Alternative Album of the Year

  • Barchords – Bahamas
  • Voyageur – Kathleen Edwards
  • We Were Born To Glory – Royal Wood
  • Harmony – Serena Ryder
  • The Barr Brothers – The Barr Brothers

Alternative Album of the Year (sponsored by Long & McQuade)

  • Hannah Georgas – Hannah Georgas
  • Celebration Rock – Japandroids
  • Synthetica – Metric
  • Little Mountain – Said The Whale
  • The North – Stars

Pop Album of the Year (sponsored by TD)

  • Kiss – Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Believe – Justin Bieber
  • Tell The World – Kristina Maria Lupo
  • The Spirit Indestructible – Nelly Furtado
  • Shut Up and Dance – Victoria Duffield

Rock Album of the Year (sponsored by the Musicians’ Rights Organization Canada)

  • Albatross – Big Wreck
  • Dead Silence – Billy Talent
  • Clockwork Angels – Rush
  • The Sheepdogs – The Sheepdogs
  • Now For Plan A – The Tragically Hip

Rap Recording of the Year

  • Classified – Inner Ninja ft. David Myles
  • No Handouts – JD Era
  • Dope Sick – Madchild
  • Black Tuxedo – Maestro Fresh Wes
  • The Closers – Rich Kidd/SonReal

Dance Recording of the Year

  • You and I – Anjulie
  • Bodyparts – Dragonette
  • Don’t Turn On The Lights ft. Polina – Felix Cartal
  • Hello Hello Hello – Tricky Moreira
  • Fix You – Vita Chambers

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year

  • Fugitive – Jully Black
  • Tropic Electric – Kreesha Turner
  • Change the Record – Melanie Fiona
  • Nobody Does It Like You – Shawn Desman
  • Trilogy – The Weeknd

Blues Album of the Year (sponsored by Galaxie, your musical universe)

  • FIFTEEN – Colin James
  • Electric Love – Jack de Keyzer
  • Time – Shakura S’Aida
  • Solo Recordings Volume One – Steve Hill
  • A Natural Fact – Steve Strongman

Video of the Year (sponsored by MuchFACT, exclusively funded by Bell Media)

  • HYFR – Drake
  • Testify – Alan Doyle
  • Fire It Up – Johnny Reid
  • Little Boxes – Walk Off the Earth
  • Little Talks – Of Monsters and Men

Music DVD of the Year

  • Bobcaygeon
  • Better Off
  • The Orchestrion Project: Pat Metheny
  • Joe Bonamassa Live From New York: Beacon Theatre

Electronic Album of the Year (sponsored by Roland)

  • (III) – Crystal Castles
  • Jiaolong – Daphni
  • Visions – Grimes
  • Shrines – Purity Ring
  • TRST – Trust

Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year

  • Dead Set On Living – Cancer Bats
  • Blacklands – Castle
  • Epicloud – Devin Townsend
  • Caligvla – Ex Deo
  • Woods 5: Grey Skies & Electric Light – Woods of Ypres

Adult Contemporary Album of the Year

  • Like A Man – Adam Cohen
  • Burning Days – Barlow
  • Sans Attendre – Céline Dion
  • All The Diamonds – Raylene Rankin
  • Lead With Your Heart – The Tenors

Canadian Music Hall of Fame

  • k.d. Lang

Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award

  • Larry LeBlanc



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