Juno Award for Country Recording of the Year


Juno Award for Country Recording of the Year

=Winners=

Best Country Male Artist (1970 - 1974)

*1970 - Tommy Hunter

*1971 - Stompin' Tom Connors

*1972 - Stompin' Tom Connors

*1973 - Stompin' Tom Connors

*1974 - Stompin' Tom Connors

Best Country Female Artist (1970 - 1974)

*1970 - Dianne Leigh

*1971 - Myrna Lorrie

*1972 - Myrna Lorrie

*1973 - Shirley Eikhard

*1974 - Shirley Eikhard

Best Country Group or Duo (1970 - 1974)

*1970 - The Mercey Brothers

*1971 - The Mercey Brothers

*1972 - The Mercey Brothers

*1973 - The Mercey Brothers

*1974 - The Mercey Brothers

Country Male Vocalist of the Year (1975 - 1998)

*1975 - Stompin' Tom Connors

*1976 - Murray McLauchlan

*1977 - Murray McLauchlan

*1978 - Ronnie Prophet

*1979 - Ronnie Prophet

*1980 - Murray McLauchlan

*1981 - Eddie Eastman

*1982 - Ronnie Hawkins

*1983 - Eddie Eastman

*1984 - Murray McLauchlan

*1985 - Murray McLauchlan

*1986 - Murray McLauchlan

*1987 - Ian Tyson

*1989 - Murray McLauchlan

*1990 - George Fox

*1991 - George Fox

*1992 - George Fox

*1993 - Gary Fjellgaard

*1994 - Charlie Major

*1995 - Charlie Major

*1996 - Charlie Major

*1997 - Paul Brandt

*1998 - Paul Brandt

Country Female Vocalist of the Year (1975 - 1998)

*1975 - Anne Murray

*1976 - Anne Murray

*1977 - Carroll Baker

*1978 - Carroll Baker

*1979 - Carroll Baker

*1980 - Anne Murray

*1981 - Anne Murray

*1982 - Anne Murray

*1983 - Anne Murray

*1984 - Anne Murray

*1985 - Anne Murray

*1986 - Anne Murray

*1987 - k.d. lang

*1989 - k.d. lang

*1990 - k.d. lang

*1991 - Rita MacNeil

*1992 - Cassandra Vasik

*1993 - Michelle Wright

*1994 - Cassandra Vasik

*1995 - Michelle Wright

*1996 - Shania Twain

*1997 - Shania Twain

*1998 - Shania Twain

Country Group or Duo of the Year (1975 - 1998)

*1975 - Carlton Showband

*1976 - The Mercey Brothers

*1977 - The Good Brothers

*1978 - The Good Brothers

*1979 - The Good Brothers

*1980 - The Good Brothers

*1981 - The Good Brothers

*1982 - The Good Brothers

*1983 - The Good Brothers

*1984 - The Good Brothers

*1985 - The Family Brown

*1986 - Prairie Oyster

*1987 - Prairie Oyster

*1989 - The Family Brown

*1990 - The Family Brown

*1991 - Prairie Oyster

*1992 - Prairie Oyster

*1993 - Tracey Prescott & Lonesome Daddy

*1994 - The Rankin Family

*1995 - Prairie Oyster

*1996 - Prairie Oyster

*1997 - The Rankin Family

*1998 - Farmer's Daughter

Best Country Male Vocalist (1999 - 1999)

*1999 - Paul Brandt

Best Country Female Vocalist (1999 - 1999)

*1999 - Shania Twain

Best Country Group or Duo (1999 - 2001)

*1999 - Leahy

*2000 - The Rankins

*2001 - The Wilkinsons

Best Country Male Artist (2000 - 2001)

*2000 - Paul Brandt

*2001 - Paul Brandt

Best Country Female Artist (2000 - 2001)

*2000 - Shania Twain

*2001 - Terri Clark

Best Country Artist/Group (2002)

*2002 - Carolyn Dawn Johnson

Best New Country Artist/Group (2002)

*2002 - The Ennis Sisters

Country Recording of the Year (2003 - Present)

*2003 - "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!", Shania Twain

*2004 - "Up!", Shania Twain

*2005 - "One Good Friend", George Canyon

*2006 - "The Road Hammers", The Road Hammers

*2007 - "Somebody Wrote Love", George Canyon

*2008 - "Risk", Paul Brandt


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