Juno Awards of 1973
|Juno Awards of 1973|
|Date||12 March 1973|
|Venue||Inn on the Park, Toronto, Ontario|
|Hosted by||George Wilson|
The Juno Awards of 1973, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 12 March 1973 in Toronto at a ceremony at the Inn on the Park's Centennial ballroom. Approximately 1500 people attended this event which was hosted by George Wilson of CFRB radio.
An associated music industry conference known as Communication 6 was held from 10 March and concluded with the Juno Award ceremonies.
- 1 Winners
- 1.1 Best Female Vocalist
- 1.2 Outstanding Performance - Female
- 1.3 Best Male Vocalist
- 1.4 Outstanding Performance - Male
- 1.5 Best Group
- 1.6 Outstanding Performance - Group
- 1.7 Best Songwriter
- 1.8 Best Country Female Artist
- 1.9 Best Country Male Artist
- 1.10 Best Country Group or Duo
- 1.11 Folk Singer of the Year
- 1.12 Outstanding Performance - Folk
- 1.13 Broadcaster of the Year
- 1.14 Top Canadian Content Company of the Year
- 1.15 Top Record Company of the Year
- 1.16 Top Promotional Company of the Year
- 1.17 Journalist of the Year
- 1.18 Music Industry Man of the Year
- 1.19 Contribution to Canadian music
- 2 Nominated and winning albums
- 3 Nominated and winning releases
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Winner: Anne Murray
Winner: Ginette Reno
Winner: Gordon Lightfoot
Winner: Bob McBride
Winner: Edward Bear
Winner: Gordon Lightfoot
Winner: Shirley Eikhard
Winner: Stompin' Tom Connors
Winner: The Mercey Brothers
Winner: Bruce Cockburn
Outstanding Performance - Folk
Broadcaster of the Year
Winner: VOCM, St. Johns Newfoundland
Top Canadian Content Company of the Year
Winner: Capitol Records of Canada
Top Record Company of the Year
Winner: WEA Music of Canada Ltd.
Top Promotional Company of the Year
Winner: RCA Ltd.
Journalist of the Year
Winner: Peter Goddard
Music Industry Man of the Year
Winner: Arnold Gosewich
Contribution to Canadian music
Winner: David Clayton Thomas
Nominated and winning albums
Best Produced Album (middle of the road)
Nominated and winning releases
Best Produced Single
- "Anne Murray double winner in Juno poll". The Globe and Mail. 27 February 1973. p. 14.
- Martin, Robert (13 March 1973). "Connors, Lightfoot win Juno awards". The Globe and Mail. p. 15.
- "Special Juno Issue". RPM. 17 March 1973.
- "(Juno report)". RPM. 24 March 1973.
- Melhuish, Martin (1996). Oh What a Feeling: A Vital History of Canadian Music. Quarry Press. p. 100. ISBN 1550821644.