Juno Awards of 2012
|Juno Awards of 2012|
|Date||31 March-1 April 2012|
|Venue||Scotiabank Place, Ottawa, Ontario|
The Juno Awards of 2012 honoured Canadian music industry achievements in the latter part of 2010 and in most of 2011. The awards were presented in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada during the weekend of 31 March and 1 April 2012. A week of related events began on 26 March 2012.
- 1 Bidding
- 2 Events
- 3 Nominees and winners
- 3.1 People
- 3.2 Albums
- 3.2.1 Album of the Year
- 3.2.2 Aboriginal Album of the Year
- 3.2.3 Adult Alternative Album of the Year
- 3.2.4 Alternative Album of the Year
- 3.2.5 Blues Album of the Year
- 3.2.6 Children's Album of the Year
- 3.2.7 Classical Album of the Year (solo or chamber ensemble)
- 3.2.8 Classical Album of the Year (large ensemble)
- 3.2.9 Classical Album of the Year (vocal or choral performance)
- 3.2.10 Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year
- 3.2.11 Country Album of the Year
- 3.2.12 Electronic Album of the Year
- 3.2.13 Francophone Album of the Year
- 3.2.14 Instrumental Album of the Year
- 3.2.15 International Album of the Year
- 3.2.16 Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year
- 3.2.17 Traditional Jazz Album of the Year
- 3.2.18 Vocal Jazz Album of the Year
- 3.2.19 Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year
- 3.2.20 Pop Album of the Year
- 3.2.21 Rap Recording of the Year
- 3.2.22 Rock Album of the Year
- 3.2.23 Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (solo)
- 3.2.24 Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (group)
- 3.2.25 World Music Album of the Year
- 3.3 Songs
- 3.4 Other
- 4 Compilation album
- 5 References
- 6 External links
Ottawa's bid for the awards became known in March 2011 when it was revealed the province of Ontario allocated $100,000 in funding towards the city's 2012 Juno Awards bid. The bid was jointly supported by the city, the province and the National Capital Commission. Ottawa hosted the awards on one other occasion, in 2003.
On 1 April, prior to the main ceremony, Dan Mangan hosted a songwriters' event at Centrepointe Theatre featuring Kiran Ahluwalia, Terri Clark, David Francey, Max Kerman of Arkells, Kardinall Offishall and Lindi Ortega.
Main ceremony performers
- Blue Rodeo
- City and Colour
- deadmau5 with Lights, MC Flipside
- Hey Rosetta!
- Mia Martina
- Sarah McLachlan
- Alyssa Reid
- Simple Plan
Nominees and winners
Nominations for the various award categories were announced on 7 February 2012. Most awards were announced at the private gala on 31 March. The remaining eight categories were announced the following day on the main televised ceremony. Two Christmas holiday albums were nominated for the Album of the Year award: Christmas by Michael Bublé and Under the Mistletoe by Justin Bieber. A Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year category was introduced for the 2012 awards.
Juno Fan Choice Award
- Justin Bieber
- Arcade Fire
- Michael Bublé
- City and Colour
- Avril Lavigne
- Ginette Reno
Artist of the Year
Group of the Year
New Artist of the Year
New Group of the Year
Jack Richardson Producer of the Year
- Brian Howes ("Heaven's Gonna Wait", Hedley and "Trying Not to Love You", Nickelback)
- David Foster ("White Christmas", Michael Bublé)
- k.d. lang ("I Confess" and "Sugar Buzz", k.d. lang)
- Bob Rock ("Only the Lonely", Jann Arden)
- Noah "40" Shebib ("Marvin's Room" and "Take Care", Drake)
Recording Engineer of the Year
- George Seara ("A Little Bit of Love", Michael Kaeshammer and "Let Go", Laila Biali)
- Chris Shreenan-Dyck ("Everybody Watched the Wedding" and "Watch Yourself Go", Jim Cuddy)
- David Travers-Smith ("All the Stars", The Wailin' Jennys and "Soon the Birds", Oh Susanna)
- Michael Phillip Wojewoda ("Circle" and "Mama", Paisley Jura)
- Jeff Wolpert ("You're Not Alone" and "Cosmic Ballet", Sarah Slean)
Songwriter of the Year
- Dallas Green, "Fragile Bird", "We Found Each Other" and "Weightless"
- Jim Cuddy, "Everyone Watched the Wedding", "Skyscraper Soul" and "Watch Yourself Go Down"
- Feist, "How Come You Never Go There", "Graveyard" and "The Circle Married the Line"
- Dan Mangan, "About as Helpful As You Can Be Without Being Any Help at All", "Post-War Blues" and "Oh Fortune"
- Ron Sexsmith, "Get in Line", "Believe it When I See It" and "Middle of Love"
Allan Waters Humanitarian Award
Album of the Year
- Michael Bublé, Christmas
- Justin Bieber, Under the Mistletoe
- Drake, Take Care
- Avril Lavigne, Goodbye Lullaby
- Nickelback, Here and Now
Aboriginal Album of the Year
- Murray Porter, Songs Lived and Life Played
- Bruthers of Different Muthers, Speakers of Tomorrow
- Flying Down Thunder and Rise Ashen, One Nation
- Donny Parenteau, To Whom it May Concern
- Randy Wood, The Gift of Life
Adult Alternative Album of the Year
- Feist, Metals
- Jim Cuddy, Skyscraper Soul
- Cuff the Duke, Morning Comes
- Jenn Grant, Honeymoon Punch
- Ron Sexsmith, Long Player Late Bloomer
Alternative Album of the Year
- Dan Mangan, Oh Fortune
- Braids, Native Speaker
- Destroyer, Kaputt
- Fucked Up, David Comes to Life
- Timber Timbre, Creep On Creepin' On
Blues Album of the Year
- MonkeyJunk, To Behold
- Bill Johnson, Still Blue
- David Gogo, Soul Bender
- Harrison Kennedy, Shame the Devil
- Suzie Vinnick, Me 'n' Mabel
Children's Album of the Year
- Charlie Hope, Songs, Stories and Friends: Let's Go Play!
- Bobs & Lolo, Connecting the Dots
- Eddie Douglas, Sleepy Sky Lullaby
- Music with Brian, Everyone
- Vocal Paint, My Butterfly/A Cappella Lullabies
Classical Album of the Year (solo or chamber ensemble)
- Marc-André Hamelin, Liszt Piano Sonata
- Canadian Brass, Brahms on Brass
- Susan Hoeppner, American Flute Masterpieces
- Louis Lortie, Louis Lortie Plays Liszt
- New Orford String Quartet, Schubert and Beethoven
Classical Album of the Year (large ensemble)
- Alexandre Da Costa with the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Daugherty: Fire and Blood
- James Ehnes, Bartók Violin Concertos
- Yannick Nézet-Séguin with the Orchestre Métropolitain, Bruckner 4
- Yannick Nézet-Séguin with the Orchestre Métropolitain, Florent Schmidt: La tragédie de Salomé
- Jean-Guihen Queyras, Vivaldi Cello Concertos
Classical Album of the Year (vocal or choral performance)
- Jane Archibald with the Orchestre Symphonique Bienne (Thomas Rösner, conductor), Haydn Arias
- Karina Gauvin and Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Handel: Streams of Pleasure
- Marie-Josée Lord and the Orchestre Métropolitain (Giuseppe Pietraroia, conductor), Marie-Josée Lord
- Le Nouvel Opéra, Caldara: La Conversione di Clodoveo
- Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra with Daniel Taylor, J.S. Bach: Cantatas 70 & 154; Concerto 1060; Orchestral Suite No. 2
- Downhere, On the Altar of Love
- Jon Bauer, Forevermore
- Hawk Nelson, Crazy Love
- Kellie Loder, Imperfections & Directions
- Sky Terminal, Don't Close Your Eyes
Country Album of the Year
- Terri Clark, Roots and Wings
- Doc Walker, 16 & 1
- High Valley, High Valley
- Jason McCoy, Everything
- Jimmy Rankin, Forget About the World
Electronic Album of the Year
- Tim Hecker, Ravedeath, 1972
- Austra, Feel It Break
- Azari & III, Azari & III
- Junior Boys, It's All True
- Arthur Oskan, A Little More Than Everything
Francophone Album of the Year
- Malajube, La caverne
- Cœur de pirate, Blonde
- Catherine Major, Le Désert des solitudes
- Jérôme Minière, Le vrai le faux
- Fred Pellerin, C'est un monde
Instrumental Album of the Year
- Stretch Orchestra, Stretch Orchestra
- Andrew Collins, Cats & Dogs
- MAZ, Téléscope
- L'Orkestre des Pas Perdus, L'Âge du cuivre
- Colin Stetson, New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges
International Album of the Year
- Adele, 21
- Coldplay, Mylo Xyloto
- Lady Gaga, Born This Way
- LMFAO, Sorry for Party Rocking
- Rihanna, Loud
Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year
- Phil Dwyer Orchestra feat. Mark Fewer, Changing Seasons
- Hilario Duran and Jane Bunnett, Cuban Rhapsody
- François Bourassa Quartet, Idiosyncrasie
- Colin Stetson, New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges
- Chris Tarry, Rest of the Story
Traditional Jazz Album of the Year
- David Braid, Verge
- Dave Young Quintet, Aspects of Oscar
- Oliver Jones, Live in Baden
- Kirk MacDonald Orchestra, Deep Shadows
- Mike Murley Septet, Still Rollin'
Vocal Jazz Album of the Year
- Sonia Johnson, Le Carré de nos amours
- Fern Lindzon, Two Kites
- Sophie Milman, In the Moonlight
- The Nylons, Skin Tight
- Diana Panton, To Brazil with Love
Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year
- KEN mode, Venerable
- Anvil, Juggernaut of Justice
- Cauldron, Burning Fortune
- Fuck the Facts, Die Miserable
- Devin Townsend, Deconstruction
Pop Album of the Year
- Hedley, Storms
- Down with Webster, Time to Win, Vol. 2
- Avril Lavigne, Goodbye Lullaby
- Lights, Siberia
- Marianas Trench, Ever After
Rap Recording of the Year
- Drake, Take Care
- Classified, Handshakes and Middle Fingers
- D-Sisive, Jonestown 2: Jimmy Go Bye-Bye
- Kardinal Offishall, Anywhere (Ol' Time Killin' Pt. 2)
- Swollen Members, Dagger Mouth
Rock Album of the Year
- The Sheepdogs, Learn & Burn
- Arkells, Michigan Left
- Matthew Good, Lights of Endangered Species
- Sam Roberts, Collider
- Sloan, The Double Cross
Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (solo)
- Bruce Cockburn, Small Source of Comfort
- Craig Cardiff, Floods & Fires
- David Francey, Late Edition
- Dave Gunning, A Tribute to John Allan Cameron
- Lindi Ortega, Little Red Boots
Roots and Traditional Album of the Year (group)
- The Wailin' Jennys, Bright Morning Stars
- The Deep Dark Woods, The Place I Left Behind
- The Good Lovelies, Let the Rain Fall
- The Once, Row Upon Row of the People They Know
- Twilight Hotel, When the Wolves Go Blind
World Music Album of the Year
- Kiran Ahluwalia, Aam Zameen: Common Ground
- Azam Ali, From Night to the Edge of Day
- Aboulaye Kone and Bolo Kan, Afo Gné
- Aline Morales, Flores, Tambores e Amores
- Socalled, Sleepover
Single of the Year
- The Sheepdogs, "I Don't Know"
- City and Colour, "Fragile Bird"
- Hedley, "Invincible"
- Nickelback, "When We Stand Together"
- Johnny Reid, "Let's Go Higher"
Classical Composition of the Year
- Derek Charke, "Sepia Fragments"
- Jacques Hétu, "String Quartet No. 2"
- Jeffrey Ryan, "Fugitive Colours"
- Heather Schmidt, "Piano Concerto No. 2"
- Ann Southam, "Glass Houses #5"
Dance Recording of the Year
- Martin Solveig and Dragonette, "Hello"
- Anjulie, "Brand New Chick"
- Deadmau5, "Aural Psynapse"
- Duck Sauce, "Barbra Streisand"
- Mia Martina, Devotion
R&B/Soul Recording of the Year
- Melanie Fiona, "Gone and Never Coming Back"
- Jully Black, "Set it Off (feat. Kardinal Offishall)"
- JRDN, IAMJRDN
- Robin Thicke, "Pretty Lil Heart (feat. Lil Wayne)"
- Karl Wolf, "Ghetto Love (feat. Kardinal Offishall)"
Reggae Recording of the Year
- Exco Levi, "Bleaching Shop"
- Jay Douglas, "Lover's Paradise"
- Dubmatix, "Seeds of Love & Life"
- Tanya Mullings, "Rescue Me"
- Steele, "Woman"
Music DVD of the Year
- Feist: Look at What the Light Did Now (Anthony Seck, Janine McInnes and Chip Sutherland)
- David Francey: Burning Bright (Tony Girardin)
- Peter Katz: Live at the Music Gallery (Tim Martin, Framebender and Peter Katz)
- Rush: Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland (Scot McFadyen, Sam Dunn and Peggi Cecconi)
- Tegan and Sara: Get Along (Elinor Svoboda-Salazar, Tegan Quin, Sara Quin, Piers Henwood and Nick Blasko)
- Feist, Metals (Janine McInnes, Robyn Kotyk, Graydon Sheppard, Sammy Rawal, Petra Cuschieri and Heather Goodchild)
- Laura Repo, Get Yourself Home (Kirsten Gauthier, Anthony Swaneveld, Steve Dunk and Janet Kimber)
- Dinah Thorpe, 12 (Jayme Spinks and Dinah Thorpe)
- Timber Timbre, Creep On Creepin' On (Taylor Kirk, Robyn Kotyk and Nina Nielsen)
Video of the Year
- Mike Roberts ("Rumbleseat", The Sadies)
- Jon Busby ("Rows of Houses", Dan Mangan)
- José Lourenço ("Stamp", The Rural Alberta Advantage)
- Michael Maxxis ("Good Day at the Races", Hollerado)
- John JP Poliquin ("The Stand", Mother Mother)
|Juno Awards 2012|
|Compilation album by various artists|
|Released||13 March 2012|
|Label||Universal Music Canada|
|1.||"When We Stand Together"||Nickelback|
|2.||"What The Hell"||Avril Lavigne|
|3.||"Hold On"||Michael Bublé|
|7.||"Sofi Needs a Ladder"||Deadmau5|
|9.||"She's Dope"||Down With Webster|
|10.||"Haven't Had Enough"||Marianas Trench|
|11.||"Alone Again"||Alyssa Reid (with P. Reign)|
|12.||"Let’s Go Higher"||Johnny Reid|
|13.||"I Don't Know"||The Sheepdogs|
|16.||"Zero Orchestra"||Matthew Good|
|17.||"I Feel You"||Sam Roberts Band|
|18.||"Fragile Bird"||City and Colour|
|19.||"Row of Houses"||Dan Mangan|
|20.||"How Come You Never Go There"||Feist|
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