Juno Awards of 2013

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Juno Awards of 2013
Date 20–21 April 2013
Venue Brandt Centre, Regina, Saskatchewan
Host Michael Bublé
Television/Radio coverage
Network CTV
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The Juno Awards of 2013 honoured Canadian music industry achievements in the latter part of 2011 and in most of 2012. The awards were presented in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada during the weekend of 20–21 April 2013. The main ceremony was hosted by Michael Bublé at the Brandt Centre.[1] The city of Moose Jaw also hosted some supporting events.[2]

Events[edit]

The Juno Cup charity hockey game was held in Moose Jaw at Mosaic Place.

Most awards were presented at a private gala on 20 April at the Credit Union Eventplex.[3]

Main ceremony performers[edit]

The main awards ceremony was held at the Brandt Centre on 21 April and televised on CTV. The following artists were featured during the ceremony:[4]

Nominees and winners[edit]

Nominees were announced on 19 February 2013.[5][6] Music journalist Larry Leblanc was this year's Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award recipient.[7]

This year's inductee to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame is k.d. lang.[8]

Tom Cochrane was the year's recipient of the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award, based on the musician's significant support for various charities.[9]

Most awards were announced at the private gala on 20 April.[10]

People[edit]

Artist of the Year Group of the Year
Breakthrough Artist of the Year Breakthrough Group of the Year
Fan Choice Award Songwriter of the Year
  • Blue ribbon Leonard Cohen – "Amen", "Going Home" (co-songwriter Patrick Leonard), and "Show Me the Place" (co-songwriter Patrick Leonard) from Old Ideas
    • Arkells – "Michigan Left", "On Paper", "Whistleblower" from Michigan Left
    • Kathleen Edwards – "A Soft Place to Land" (co-songwriter John Roderick), "Chameleon/Comedian", and "Change the Sheets" from Voyageur
    • Hannah Georgas – "Enemies", "Robotic" (co-songwriter Ryan Guldemond), and "Somebody" from Hannah Georgas
    • Afie Jurvanen – "Be My Witness", "Caught Me Thinkin", and "Lost in the Light" from Barchords by Bahamas
Producer of the Year Recording Engineer of the Year

Albums[edit]

Album of the Year Aboriginal Album of the Year
Adult Alternative Album of the Year Adult Contemporary Album of the Year
Alternative Album of the Year Blues Album of the Year
Children's Album of the Year Classical Album of the Year – Solo or Chamber Ensemble
Classical Album of the Year – Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment Classical Album of the Year – Vocal or Choral Performance
Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year Country Album of the Year
Electronic Album of the Year Francophone Album of the Year
Instrumental Album of the Year International Album of the Year
Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year Traditional Jazz Album of the Year
Vocal Jazz Album of the Year Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year
Pop Album of the Year Rock Album of the Year
Roots & Traditional Album of the Year – Solo Roots & Traditional Album of the Year – Group
World Music Album of the Year

Songs and recordings[edit]

Single of the Year Classical Composition of the Year
Dance Recording of the Year R&B/Soul Recording of the Year
Rap Recording of the Year Reggae Recording of the Year

Other[edit]

Music DVD of the Year Recording Package of the Year
Justin Broadbent (art director/designer/photographer)
Andy Dixon (art director/designer/photographer), Johnathan Taggart (photographer)
Marianne Chevalier and Atelier Tricorne (art directors/designers/photographers)
  • Le Québec est mort, Vive le Québec! – Loco Locass
Mathieu Houde (art director), Philippe Allard (designer/photographer), Marie-Pier Daigle (designer)
Susan Michalek and Simon Paul (art directors/designers), Andrew B. Myers (photographer)
Video of the Year
Director X, director
Margaret Malandruccolo, director
Margaret Malandruccolo, director
Sean Wainsteim, director
WeWereMonkeys (Mihai Wilson, director; Marcella Moser, producer)

Compilation album[edit]

Juno Awards 2013
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released 19 March 2013 (2013-03-19)
Label Warner Music Canada

Warner Music Canada released a compilation album of songs from the year's Juno nominees on 19 March 2013. Sales of the album support the CARAS music education charity MusiCounts.[11]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Call Me Maybe"   Carly Rae Jepsen  
2. "Boyfriend"   Justin Bieber  
3. "Kiss You Inside Out"   Hedley  
4. "Desperate Measures"   Marianas Trench  
5. "Breathing Underwater"   Metric  
6. "Surprise Surprise"   Billy Talent  
7. "Feeling Good"   The Sheepdogs  
8. "Shut Up and Dance"   Victoria Duffield  
9. "The Veldt"   deadmau5 (with Chris James)  
10. "Dedicated To You"   Johnny Reid  
11. "Stompa"   Serena Ryder  
12. "Albatross"   Big Wreck  
13. "Headlong Flight"   Rush  
14. "Darkness"   Leonard Cohen  
15. "Parler à mon père"   Celine Dion  
16. "Somebody That I Used to Know"   Walk off the Earth  
17. "Big Blue Wave"   Hey Ocean!  

References[edit]

  1. ^ Patch, Nick (3 February 2013). "Michael Buble to host this year's Juno Awards in Regina". The Canadian Press/CFRB. Retrieved 3 February 2013. 
  2. ^ Lawrence, Rebecca (14 September 2011). "Juno awards coming to Moose Jaw and Regina". The Moose Jaw Times Herald. Retrieved 23 March 2012. 
  3. ^ "CARAS announces official venues for Juno Week". CARAS. 30 October 2012. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  4. ^ "First Round of Performers Announced for CTV's Broadcast of the 2013 Juno Awards". CARAS. 19 February 2013. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  5. ^ "2013 Juno Award nominees". Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. 19 February 2013. Archived from the original on 20 February 2013. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  6. ^ Collins, Leah (19 February 2013). "Juno nominees dream of hanging with The Weeknd and tackling Drake; Carly Rae Jepsen leads 2013 with 5 nods". Postmedia/canada.com. Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  7. ^ "2013 Walt Grealis Award Recipient". CARAS. 5 December 2012. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  8. ^ "k.d. lang Entering Canadian Music Hall Of Fame At Juno Awards". Huffington Post. 12 February 2013. Retrieved 20 February 2013. 
  9. ^ "Tom Cochrane wins humanitarian prize". CBC News. 28 February 2013. Retrieved 3 March 2013. 
  10. ^ "2013 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards". CARAS. 20 April 2013. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  11. ^ "2013 JUNO AWARDS NOMINEE CD". CARAS. 19 March 2013. Retrieved 28 April 2013.