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2014 JUNO Awards, Concert Photography, Music

Photos: Junos 2014 – Serena Ryder, Tegan and Sara, and more, take home awards at JUNO Gala

By: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) –

Several statues for the 43rd Juno Awards, including Artist of the Year, Country album of the year, Pop album of the year, Rock album of the year, Dance album of the year, and more, were handed out tonight during a gala at Winnipeg’s RBC Convention Centre.

Tune into the JUNO Awards broadcast tomorrow night at 9pm on CTV to find out who will win awards like Single of the Year, International Album of the Year, Album of the Year, Group of the Year and more!

Artist of the year: Serena Ryder

Country album of the year: Dean Brody, “Crop Circles”

Rap recording of the year: Drake, “Nothing Was the Same”

Pop album of the year: Tegan and Sara, “Heartthrob”

Rock album of the year: Matt Mays, “Coyote”

Dance recording of the year: Armin van Buuren & Trevor Guthrie, “This Is What It Feels Like”

Breakthrough artist of the year: Brett Kissel

Adult alternative album of the year: Ron Sexsmith, “Forever Endeavour”

Alternative album of the year: Arcade Fire, “Reflektor”

Francophone album of the year: Karim Ouellet, “Fox”

Children’s album of the year: Helen Austin, “Colour It”

Classical album of the year (solo or chamber ensemble): James Ehnes, “Prokofiev Complete Works for Violin”

R&B/Soul recording of the year: JRDN ft. Kardinal Offishall, “Can’t Choose”

Aboriginal album of the year: George Leach, “Surrender”

Roots & traditional album of the year (solo): Justin Rutledge, “Valleyheart”

Roots & traditional album of the year (group): The Strumbellas, “We Still Move on Dance Floors”

Blues album of the year: Downchild, “Can You Hear the Music”

Reggae recording of the year: Exco Levi & Kabaka Pyramid, “Strive”

Jack Richardson producer of the year: Henry (Cirkut) Walker (co-producer Luke Gottwald)

Electronic album of the year: Ryan Hemsworth, “Guilt Trips”

Metal/hard music album of the year: Protest the Hero, “Volition”

Adult contemporary album of the year: Johnny Reid, “A Christmas Gift to You”

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