Juno Awards of 2010
|Juno Awards of 2010|
|Date||17–18 April 2010|
|Venue||Mile One Centre|
George Street, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
The Juno Awards of 2010 honoured music industry achievements in Canada for the latter part of 2008 and for most of 2009. These ceremonies were in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada during the weekend ending 18 April 2010. Primary ceremonies were held at the Mile One Centre and at an outdoor venue on George Street. This also marks the first time to not feature a host.
April Wine was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Bryan Adams received the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award for his part in numerous charitable concerts and campaigns during his career. Ross Reynolds, an original board member of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and former head of Universal Music Canada received the Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award.
CARAS, the association responsible for the awards, awarded the 2010 ceremonies to the Newfoundland and Labrador capital based on a bid which included government support commitments totalling $1.5 million (CA$), half funded by the province, $250,000 from the St. John's municipal government and the remainder from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.
- 1 Events
- 2 Changes to nomination categories for 2010
- 3 Nominees and winners
- 3.1 Artist of the Year
- 3.2 Group of the Year
- 3.3 New Artist of the Year
- 3.4 New Group of the Year
- 3.5 Jack Richardson Producer of the Year
- 3.6 Recording Engineer of the Year
- 3.7 Songwriter of the Year
- 3.8 Fan Choice Award
- 3.9 Nominated albums
- 3.9.1 Album of the Year
- 3.9.2 Aboriginal Recording of the Year
- 3.9.3 Adult Alternative Album of the Year
- 3.9.4 Alternative Album of the Year
- 3.9.5 Blues Album of the Year
- 3.9.6 Recording Package of the Year
- 3.9.7 Children's Album of the Year
- 3.9.8 Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year
- 3.9.9 Classical Album of the Year (large ensemble)
- 3.9.10 Classical Album of the Year (solo or chamber ensemble)
- 3.9.11 Classical Album of the Year (vocal or choral performance)
- 3.9.12 Francophone Album of the Year
- 3.9.13 Instrumental Album of the Year
- 3.9.14 International Album of the Year
- 3.9.15 Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year
- 3.9.16 Traditional Jazz Album of the Year
- 3.9.17 Vocal Jazz Album of the Year
- 3.9.18 Pop Album of the Year
- 3.9.19 Rock Album of the Year
- 3.9.20 Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (Solo)
- 3.9.21 Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (Group)
- 3.9.22 World Music Album of the Year
- 3.10 Nominated releases
- 3.11 Video of the Year
- 4 Compilation album
- 5 See also
- 6 References
- 7 External links
Preliminary award-related events, known as Juno Week, began on 12 April 2010 with a launch event at the Confederation Building. Activities during this time included concerts such as JunoFest and the Juno Cup charity hockey game.
On 17 April, the Juno Fan Fare event featured artist interviews, prizes and opportunities for the public to meet musicians. However, some artists such as Alexisonfire were unable to attend when fog conditions that weekend delayed air travel into St. John's. The fog delays also cancelled some concerts the previous evening, and disrupted rehearsals for the main Sunday broadcast.
Also on that Saturday, winners in 32 Juno categories were announced at a special gala dinner at the St. John's Convention Centre. On the following day, prior to the main awards broadcast, a Songwriters' Circle concert was hosted by Dallas Green then broadcast on CBC Radio 2.
Classified began the proceedings with "Oh... Canada" from the George Street venue. Bryan Adams could not attend in person due to the air travel disruption from the Icelandic ash cloud incident; he therefore received his Allan Waters Humanitarian Award via satellite.
Award presenters and personalities included:
- Musicians Barenaked Ladies, Jully Black, Jarvis Church, Terri Clark, Alex Cuba, Amelia Curran, deadmau5, Lights, Damhnait Doyle, Danny Fernandes, Great Big Sea, Dallas Green, Hedley, Carly Rae Jepsen, Shiloh, Stereos, Kim Stockwood, The Trews, Nikki Yanofsky
- Barry Stock (Three Days Grace), hosted April Wine's induction to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame
- Alexandre Bilodeau and Jon Montgomery (2010 Winter Olympics gold medallists)
- Television personalities Luther Brown (judge, So You Think You Can Dance Canada), Leah Miller (eTalk), Seamus O'Regan (Canada AM)
- James Moore (Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages)
The following seven categories were awarded during the main broadcast:
- Album of the Year
- Fan Choice Award
- Group of the Year
- New Artist of the Year
- Rap Recording of the Year
- Single of the Year
- Songwriter of the Year
Changes to nomination categories for 2010
Changes were made to the following award categories for this year's nominations:
- Country Album of the Year - formerly known as Country Recording of the Year, this category is now limited to complete albums and single songs may no longer be nominated.
- Music DVD of the Year and Vocal Jazz Album of the Year - voting on these categories is now fully conducted by appointed juries, with the winners no longer voted by the overall CARAS membership.
- Pop Album of the Year and Rock Album of the Year - nominees for these categories are now determined according to an equal weighting of sales figures and jury vote. Winners are still voted on by the overall CARAS membership.
- CD/DVD Artwork of the Year: This category is now called Recording Package of the Year to indicate that other product formats such as vinyl LPs may be considered for nomination.
Nominees and winners
Nominees in the following categories were announced on 3 March 2010. Michael Bublé received the most nominations of any artist this year, represented in six categories and winning four of those (Album of the Year, Fan Choice Award, Pop Album of the Year and Single of the Year). Billy Talent, Drake and Johnny Reid each received four nominations. Drake, who had yet to release a full album, won in two categories (New Artist of the Year and Rap Recording of the Year). K'Naan also won two of his nominations (Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year).
Winners of most categories were announced on 17 April at a gala dinner.
- Kevin Churko, "Look Where You're Walking" (Modern Science Mimortl, Modern Science, produced with Kane Churko); "The Dream" (In This Moment, The Dream)
- David Foster, "Cry Me A River" and "All Of Me" (Michael Bublé, Crazy Love)
- Fred St-Gelais, "Plaisirs amers" and "C'est moi" (Marie-Mai, Version 3.0)
- Michael Phillip Wojewoda "Palm Trees" and "The Key (Different Than I Used To Be)" (Jennifer LFO, Songs from the Alien Beacon, produced with Jennifer Foster)
- John Bailey, "I Can't Make You Love Me" (Sophie Milman, Take Love Easy); "Havana City" (Hilario Duran, Motion)
- Jon Drew, "Oh! The Boss Is Coming!" and "Pullin' Punches" (Arkells, Jackson Square)
- Darryl Neudorf, "And When You Wake Up" (Blue Rodeo, The Things We Left Behind); "Fever" (Neko Case, Middle Cyclone)
- Denis Tougas, "Save Your Love" and "The Mad Mile" (Kirsten Jones, The Mad Mile)
- Michael Bublé - "Haven’t Met You Yet", "Hold On" (written with Alan Chang and Amy S. Foster) (Michael Bublé, Crazy Love)
- Emily Haines and James Shaw - "Gimme Sympathy", "Sick Muse", "Help I’m Alive" (Metric, Fantasies)
- Carly Rae Jepsen and Ryan Stewart - "Tug Of War", "Bucket", "Money And The Ego" (Carly Rae Jepsen, Tug of War)
- Joel Plaskett - "Through & Through & Through", "Deny, Deny, Deny", "All The Way Down The Line" (Joel Plaskett, Three)
Winner: Michael Bublé
- Billy Talent III - Billy Talent
- Quiet Nights - Diana Krall
- Dance with Me - Johnny Reid
- My World - Justin Bieber
Winner: We Are... - Digging Roots
- Distant Morning Star - Digawolf
- Sing Soul Girl - Inez Jasper
- Swagger - Lucie Idlout
- Trail of Tears - Wayne Lavallee
- How to Fall Down in Public - Howie Beck
- Masters of the Burial - Amy Millan
- Nineteen Seventy-Seven - 1977
- Way Down Here - Cuff the Duke
- Face Control - Handsome Furs
- I Can Wonder What You Did with Your Day - Julie Doiron
- Post-Nothing - Japandroids
- Sainthood - Tegan & Sara
- From the Water - Colin Linden
- I Need a Hat - Downchild
- Low Fidelity - Treasa Levasseur
- Steady Movin' - Carlos del Junco
Winner: Martin Bernard, Stéphane Cocke, Thomas Csano: Beats on Canvas, Beats on Canvas
- Thomas Csano, Alex McLean: Wooden Arms, Patrick Watson
- Rachelle Dupere, Derek Henderson, Evan Kaminsky: Masters Of The Burial, Amy Millan
- Alex Durlak: Potential Things, Canaille
- Justin Ellsworth, Vanessa Heins, Daniel Romano, Ken Reaume: Bring Me Your Love (special edition), City and Colour
- Action Packed - Bobs and Lolo
- I'm Me! - Charlie Hope
- Walk On - The Kerplunks
- We Share The Earth - The Bee's Knees
- Dear Diary - FM Static
- Devotion - Steve Bell
- Welcome to the Masquerade - Thousand Foot Krutch
- What I Gotta Say - Janelle
- Bartók - Les Violons du Roy
- Bruckner 8 - Yannick Nézet-Séguin & Orchestre Métropolitain
- Mendelssohn – Piano Concertos 1 & 2 – Symphony No. 5 - Louis Lortie and Orchestre symphonique de Québec
- Selections From the 2009 National Tour - National Youth Orchestra of Canada
- El Dorado - Caroline Leonardelli
- James Ehnes plays Paganini 24 Caprices - James Ehnes
- Philip Glass : Portrait - Angèle Dubeau & La Pietà
- Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence, Quartet No. 1 - I Musici de Montréal
- Gomidas Songs - Isabel Bayrakdarian
- Melodiya: Glinka, Mussorgsky, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky - Orchestre Radio-Canada Musique
- Porpora Arias - Karina Gauvin
- Songs By Ravel - Gerald Finley
Winner: Les sentinelles dorment - Andrea Lindsay
- Dans mon corps - Les Trois Accords
- Mille excuses milady - Jean Leloup
- Un serpent sous ses fleurs - Yann Perreau
- Un toi dans ma tête - Luc de Larochellière
- Beats on Canvas - Beats on Canvas
- L'île de Sept Villes - The Hylozoists
- Trifecta - Pavlo, Rik Emmett and Oscar Lopez
- Yalla Yalla! - Sultans of String
- Circus - Britney Spears
- The E.N.D - The Black Eyed Peas
- Fearless - Taylor Swift
- I Dreamed a Dream - Susan Boyle
- Infernal Machines - Darcy James Argue's Secret Society
- Motion - Hilario Duran
- Silverbirch - John Roney with the Silver Birch String Quartet
- Songbook Vol. 1 - Kirk MacDonald Quartet
- Bluesy Lunedi - Alain Bédard
- Pleased To Meet You - Oliver Jones and Hank Jones
- Regeneration - Al Henderson Septet
- Strands II - Darren Sigesmund
Winner: Ranee Lee Lives Upstairs - Ranee Lee
- Haven't We Met? - Emilie-Claire Barlow
- I Like Men - Carol Welsman
- Lovelight - Michael Kaeshammer
- Quiet Nights - Diana Krall
- Dark Horse - Nickelback
- Life Starts Now - Three Days Grace
- Old Crows/Young Cardinals - Alexisonfire
- We Are The Same - The Tragically Hip
Winner: Hunter, Hunter, Amelia Curran
- Achin in Yer Bones, Romi Mayes
- Losin' Lately Gambler, Corb Lund
- Pink Strat, Bahamas
- Queen’s Hotel, John Wort Hannam
Winner: The Good Lovelies, The Good Lovelies
- Annie Lou, Annie Lou
- Let's Just Stay Here, Carolyn Mark and NQ Arbuckle
- Lost Channels, Great Lake Swimmers
- No Fool for Trying, Madison Violet
Winner: Comfortably Mine, Dominic Mancuso
- Alex Cuba, Alex Cuba
- La danse de l’exilé, Karim Saada
- Slide to Freedom 2: Make a Better World, Doug Cox and Salil Bhatt
- Sunplace, Jaffa Road
- "Anybody Listening" - Classified
- "Best I Ever Had" - Drake
- "Love Is a First" - The Tragically Hip
- "Rusted from the Rain" - Billy Talent
Winner: "Lament In The Trampled Garden", Marjan Mozetich (album, Lament in the Trampled Garden)
- "Angels In Flight", Marjan Mozetich (album, Lament in the Trampled Garden)
- "Dreams Of Flying", Rob Teehan (performed by National Youth Orchestra of Canada)
- "Earth Songs", Stephen Chatman (album, Earth Songs)
- "Nocturne", Leonard Enns (DaCapo Chamber Choir album, Shadowland)
- Believe, Emerson Drive
- Go, Doc Walker
- The Long Way Home, Terri Clark
- The Road Hammers II, The Road Hammers
- I’m No Human, Misstress Barbara
- "Runnin", Doman and Gooding with Dru and Lincoln
- "Shine 4U", Carmen and Camille
- Thunderheist, Thunderheist
- Acoustic – Friends & Total Strangers (The Trews), John-Angus MacDonald, Tim Martin, Larry Wanagas
- Drum! Live (Drum!), Daniel Brooker, Brookes Diamond, Doris Mason, Colin Smeltzer, Aaron Young
- Miroir Noir (Arcade Fire), Arcade Fire, Vincent Morisset
- Snakes & Arrows Live (Rush), Pegi Cecconi, Ray Danniels, François Lamoureaux, Pierre Lamoureaux, Allan Weinrib
Winner: "Lonesome Highway", Jacksoul
- The Black Book, Jully Black
- The Bridge, Melanie Fiona
- Intro, Danny Fernandes
- The Long Way Home, Jarvis Church
- Self Explanatory, Classified
- "Still Fly", Big Page, Drake & U.G.O Crew
- Troubadour, K'naan
- Yes!, k-os
- American Dream, Carl Henry
- Breaking Up, Tanya Mullings
- Show Me The Way, Kim Davis
- Wha-La-La-Leng, Ghislain Poirier with Face-T
Winner: "Little Bit of Red" - Serena Ryder
- "Anybody Listening" - Classified
- "Heavens to Purgatory" - The Most Serene Republic
- "It's Okay" - Land of Talk
- "Mr. Hurricane" - Beast
A compilation album featuring selected Juno nominees was released on 30 March 2010 by Sony Music Entertainment Canada. Sales of the album support the CARAS music education charity MusiCounts. The artists and track listing is as follows:
- "Haven’t Met You Yet", Michael Bublé
- "Wavin’ Flag", K'naan
- "Burn It To The Ground", Nickelback
- "Break", Three Days Grace
- "Rusted From The Rain", Billy Talent
- "Oh, The Boss Is Coming!", Arkells
- "Gimme Sympathy", Metric
- "Dead End Countdown", The New Cities
- "Cha-Ching", Hedley
- "Anybody Listening", Classified
- "One Time", Justin Bieber
- "Rich Girl$", Down With Webster
- "Best I Ever Had", Drake
- "Summer Girl", Stereos
- "Operator (A Girl Like Me)", Shiloh
- "Love Is A First", The Tragically Hip
- "A Million Miles Away", Jann Arden
- "Arizona Dust", Blue Rodeo
- "A Woman Like You", Johnny Reid
- "Walk On By", Diana Krall
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