Canadian Radio Music Awards

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The Canadian Radio Music Awards were an annual series of awards presented by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters that was part of Canadian Music Week.[1][2][3] The award show is currently on unofficial hiatus. There has been no info on the future of the event by Canadian Music Week.

2016[edit]

Complete List of 2016 Canadian Radio Music Awards Winners[4]

Best New Group or Solo Artist: CHR Best New Group or Solo Artist: AC
  • Blue ribbon Scott Helman
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Mainstream Rock
  • Blue ribbon Standstills
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Modern Rock
  • Blue ribbon Coleman Hell
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Country
  • Blue ribbon Cold Creek County
SOCAN Song Of The Year
Chart Topper Award Fan Choice
Heatseeker Award
  • Blue ribbon The Stumbellas
FACTOR Breakthrough Artist Award

2017[edit]

Complete List of 2017 Canadian Radio Music Awards Winners[5]

Best New Group or Solo Artist: CHR Best New Group or Solo Artist: Hot AC
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Mainstream AC Best New Group or Solo Artist: Modern Rock
  • Blue ribbon The Strumbellas
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Mainstream Rock
  • Blue ribbon The Strumbellas
SOCAN Song Of The Year
Chart Topper Award Fan Choice
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Dance/Urban/Rhythmic
  • Blue ribbon Neon Dreams
FACTOR Breakthrough Artist Award
  • Blue ribbon The Strumbellas
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Country
  • Blue ribbon James Barker Band

2018[edit]

Complete List of 2018 Canadian Radio Music Awards Winners[6]

Best New Group or Solo Artist: CHR Best New Group or Solo Artist: AC
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Dance/Urban/Rhythmic Best New Group or Solo Artist: Rock
  • Blue ribbon The Beaches
Best New Group or Solo Artist: Country
  • Blue ribbon River Town Saints
FACTOR Breakthrough Artist Of The Year
NIELSEN Cutting Edge Award
  • Blue ribbon Indie 88
Fan Choice
NIELSEN Talent Development Story Of The Year

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nickelback, Karl Wolf lead race for radio airplay awards". CBC. January 13, 2010. Retrieved 7 February 2010.
  2. ^ "Charts / Awards (2010-01-18) Music Business 3.0 The Next Generation". top40-charts.com. January 18, 2010. Retrieved 7 February 2010.
  3. ^ "Rex Goudie first Idol competitor to win a CRMA". CTV. 2007-03-12. Archived from the original on 4 June 2011. Retrieved 7 February 2010.
  4. ^ "2016 CMRA Winners". Canadian Music Week. Retrieved 22 October 2018.
  5. ^ "The 35th Annual Canadian Music Week Announces Winners For The 2017 Canadian Radio Music Awards". Canadian Music Week. Retrieved 22 October 2018.
  6. ^ "Canadian Music Week Announces Winners For The 2018 Canadian Radio Music Awards". Canadian Music Week. Retrieved 22 October 2018.

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