Juno Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year

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The Juno Award for Breakthrough Artist of the Year is an annual award given by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to the best new musician in Canada. The award has been given since 1974, when it was originally divided into separate awards for men and women under the names Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year and Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year. These two awards were merged in 1994 into Best New Solo Artist, which was then changed to New Artist of the Year in 2003, and finally changed to its current title beginning in 2013.

Recipients[edit]

Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year and Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year (1974–1993)[edit]

Year Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year Nominees Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year Nominees Refs.
1974 Cathy Young Ian Thomas [1][2]
1975 Suzanne Stevens Gino Vannelli [3][4]
1976 Patricia Dahlquist Dan Hill [5][6]
1977 Colleen Peterson Burton Cummings [7][8]
1978 Lisa Dalbello David Bradstreet [9][10]
1979 Claudja Barry Nick Gilder [11][12]
1980 France Joli Walter Rossi [13][14]
1981 Carole Pope Graham Shaw [15][16]
1982 Shari Ulrich Eddie Schwartz [17][18]
1983 Lydia Taylor Kim Mitchell [19][20]
1984 Sherry Kean Zappacosta [21][22]
1985 k.d. lang Paul Janz [23][24]
1986 Kim Richardson Billy Newton-Davis [25][26]
1987 Rita MacNeil Tim Feehan [27][28]
No award ceremony was held in 1988
1989 Sass Jordan Colin James [29][30]
1990 Alannah Myles Daniel Lanois [31][32]
1991 Sue Medley Andy Curran [33][34]
1992 Alanis Morissette Keven Jordan [35][36]
1993 Julie Masse John Bottomley [37][38]

Best New Solo Artist (1994–2002)[edit]

Year Winner Nominees Refs.
1994 Jann Arden [39]
1995 Susan Aglukark [40]
1996 Ashley MacIsaac [41]
1997 Terri Clark [42]
1998 Holly McNarland [43]
1999 Melanie Doane [44]
2000 Tal Bachman [45]
2001 Nelly Furtado [46]
2002 Hawksley Workman [47]

New Artist of the Year (2003-2012)[edit]

Year Winner Nominees Refs.
2003 Avril Lavigne [48]
2004 Michael Bublé [49]
2005 Feist [50]
2006 Daniel Powter [51]
2007 Tomi Swick [52]
2008 Serena Ryder [53]
2009 Lights [54]
2010 Drake [55]
2011 Meaghan Smith [56]
2012 Dan Mangan [57]

Breakthrough Artist of the Year (2013-present)[edit]

Year Winner Nominees Refs.
2013 The Weeknd [58]
2014 Brett Kissel [59]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year: Yearly summary: 1974". JunoAwards.ca. Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Retrieved June 30, 2012. 
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