And the 2018 Juno Award winners are...

Vancouver hosts celebration of Canadian music on Saturday night; show is Sunday

On Saturday night, the 2018 Juno Awards in 32 categories were presented at Canada Place in Vancouver.

The final six awards will be announced at BC Place during the CBC broadcast on Sunday night.

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The winners are....

Single: There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back, Shawn Mendes

Rock Album: Young Beauties and Fools, The Glorious Sons

Country Album: Game On, James Baker Band

Pop Album: Skin and Earth, Lights

Group: A Tribe Called Red

Adult Contemporary Album: Nobody But Me, Michael Bublé

Songwriter: Gord Downie and Kevin Drew, “A Natural,” “Introduce Yourself,” “The North”

Diana Krall
Diana Krall won Junos for vocal jazz album of the year and producer of the year for her album Turn Up the Quiet. - Mary McCartney

Jazz Album, Vocal: Turn Up the Quiet, Dianna Krall

Jazz Album, Solo: Root Structure, Mike Downes

Jazz Album, Group: The North, David Braid, Mike Murley, Anders Mogensen, Johnny Aman

Contemporary Roots: Bone on Bone, Bruce Cockburn

Video: Venus Fly ft Janelle Monae, Grimes (Claire Boucher) Grimes

Reggae Recording: Greater, Kirk Diamond

International Album: Damn, Kendrick Lamar

Dance Recording: Closer ft Lurel, Nick Fiorucci

The Beaches
The Beaches won breakthrough band of the year at the 2018 Junos in Vancouver.

Breakthrough Group: The Beaches

Adult Alternative Album: Introduce Yerself, Gord Downie

Children’s Album: Hear the Music, Fred Penner

Traditional Roots Album: Illusion and Doubt, The Dead South

Blues Album: Time to Roll, MonkeyJunk

World Music: Where the Galleon Sank, Kobo Town

Electronic Album: Mass Manipulation, Rezz

Metal/Hard Music Album: Voice of the Void, Anciients

Alternative Album: Antisocialites, Alvvays

Indigenous Music Album: Medicine Songs, Buffy Sainte-Marie

Francophone Album: Paloma, Daniel Bélanger

Ivan Decker
Vancouver's Ivan Decker won comedy album of the year for I Want to be a Dinosaur.

Comedy Album: I Wanted to be a Dinosaur, Ivan Decker

Classical Album, Solo or Chamber: Chopin Recital 3, Jamima Fialkowska

Classical Album, Vocal or Choral: Crazy Girl Crazy, Barbara Hannigan with Ludwig Orchestra

Classical Album, Large Ensemble: Chopin: Works for Piano and Orchestra, Jan Lisiecki with NDR Elophilharmonie Ochester

Classical Composition: My Name is Amanda Todd, Jocelyn Mortlock

Instrumental Album: Stubborn Persistent Illusions, Do Make Say Think

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album: First Day of My Life, The Color

MusiCounts Inspired Minds Ambassador Award: Jim Cuddy

Recording Engineer: Riley Bell, “Get You ft Kai Uchis”, “We Find Love,” Freudian-Daniel Caesar

International Achievement Award: Arcade Fire

Album Artwork: Marianne Collins (art director and illustrator), Ian Ilavsky (designer), Steve Farmer (photographer), Stubborn Persistent Illusions, Do Make Say Think

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year: Diana Krall, “Love,” :Night and Day” (co-producer Tommy Lipuma), Turn Up the Quiet

Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award: Denise Donion

Humanitarian Award: Gary Slaight

Six remaining awards will be presented during the live broadcast on CBC television on Sun., March 25: Album of the year, artist of the year, breakthrough artist of the year, rhythm and blues, rap and fan choice.

The awards broadcast will be hosted by Michael Bublé and features performances by Arcade Fire, Arkells, Barenaked Ladies with Steven Page, Daniel Caesar, Diana Krall, Felix Cartal, Jessie Reyez, Lights, Shawn Hook, The Jerry Cans and a tribute to Gord Downie featuring City and Colour and Sarah Harmer.

The broadcase is from 5 to 8 p.m. at Rogers Arena.


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