Jack Richardson Producer of the Year Award

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year Award

The Juno Award for "Producer of the Year" has been awarded since 1975. It was renamed the "Jack Richardson Producer of the Year" award in 2003, after Jack Richardson who is a noted Canadian record producer.


Producer of the Year (1975–1977)

*1975 - Randy Bachman

*1976 - Peter Anastasoff, "The Homecoming"

*1977 - Mike Flicker, "Dreamboat Annie"

Producer of the Year - Single (1978)

*1978 - Matthew McCauley/Fred Mollin, "Sometimes When We Touch"

Producer of the Year - Album (1978)

*1978 - Matthew McCauley/Fred Mollin, "Longer Fuse"

Producer of the Year (1979–1998)

*1979 - Gino/Joe/Ross Vannelli, "Brother to Brother"

*1980 - Bruce Fairbairn, "Armageddon"

*1981 - Gene Martynec, "Tokyo"; "High School Confidential"

*1982 - Paul Dean/Bruce Fairbairn, "Working for the Weekend"; "When It's Over"

*1983 - Bill Henderson/Brian MacLeod, "Whatcha Gonna Do"; "Secret Information"

*1984 - Bryan Adams, "Cuts Like a Knife"

*1985 - David Foster, "Chicago 17"

*1986 - David Foster, "St. Elmo's Fire Soundtrack"

*1987 - Daniel Lanois, "So"

*1989 - Daniel Lanois/Robbie Robertson, "Showdown at Big Sky"; "Somewhere Down the Crazy River"

*1990 - Bruce Fairbairn, "Pump"

*1991 - David Tyson, "Baby, It's Tonight"; "Don't Hold Back Your Love"

*1992 - Bryan Adams (Co-producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange), "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You"; "Can't Stop This Thing We Started"

*1993 - k.d. lang/Ben Mink (Co-producer Greg Penny), "Constant Craving"; "The Mind of Love"

*1994 - Steven MacKinnon/Marc Jordan, "Waiting for a Miracle"

*1995 - Robbie Robertson, "Skin Walker"; "It Is a Good Day to Die"

*1996 - Michael Phillip Wojewoda, "End of the World"; "Beaton's Delight"

*1997 - Garth Richardson, "Bar-X-the Rocking M"; "Mailman"

*1998 - Pierre Marchand, "Building a Mystery"

Best Producer (1999–2001)

*1999 - Colin James (co-producer Joe Hardy), "Let's Shout"; "C'mon with the C'mon"

*2000 - Tal Bachman and Bob Rock, "She's So High"; "If You Sleep"

*2001 - Gerald Eaton/Brian West/Nelly Furtado, "I'm like a Bird"; "Turn off the Light"

Jack Richardson Best Producer (2002)

*2002 - Daniel Lanois (co-producer Brian Eno), "Beautiful Day"; "Elevation"

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year (2003–Present)

*2003 - Alanis Morissette, "Hands Clean"; "So Unsexy"

*2004 - Gavin Brown, "Try Honesty"; "I Hate Everything About You"

*2005 - Bob Rock, "Welcome to My Life"; "Some Kind of Monster"

*2006 - Neil Young, "The Painter"

Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Jack Richardson (record producer) — Jack Richardson, C.M. (b. 1929) is a Juno Award winning Canadian record producer, Canadian Music Hall of Famer, Order of Canada recipient and an educator at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario, in the Music Industry Arts program, as well as at… …   Wikipedia

  • Grammy Award for Album of the Year — The Grammy Award for Album of the Year is the most prestigious award category at the Grammys. It has been awarded since 1959 and though it was originally presented to the artist alone, the award is now presented to the artist, the producer, the… …   Wikipedia

  • The Guess Who — Not to be confused with The Who. The Guess Who The Guess Who, 2008 Background information Also known as The Silvertones The Reflections Chad Allan and th …   Wikipedia

  • Jack Nicholson — Nicholson at Dennis Hopper s Hollywood Walk of Fame Star ceremony, March 26, 2010 Born John Joseph Nicholson April 22, 1937 (1937 04 22) …   Wikipedia

  • The Good Shepherd (film) — The Good Shepherd Theatrical release poster Directed by Robert De Niro Produced by …   Wikipedia

  • The Batman (TV series) — For the 1960s live action series, see Batman (TV series). For the 1990s animated series, see Batman: The Animated Series. The Batman Format animated series Created by …   Wikipedia

  • The Second City — For other uses, see The Second City (disambiguation). The Second City logo by Chicago calligrapher John Weber The Second City is a improvisational comedy enterprise which originated in Chicago s Old Town neighborhood. The Second City Theatre… …   Wikipedia

  • The Searchers (film) — Infobox Film name = The Searchers caption = director = John Ford producer = C.V. Whitney writer = Alan Le May (novel) Frank S. Nugent narrator = starring = John Wayne Jeffrey Hunter Natalie Wood music = Stan Jones (title song) Max Steiner… …   Wikipedia

  • The Flintstones — This article is about the television show. For the film adaptation, see The Flintstones (film). For the remake, see Seth MacFarlane#The Flintstones. The Flintstones Title screen from Seasons 1–2 in color. Genre …   Wikipedia

  • The Cleveland Show — The Brown/Tubbs family. From left to right: Back: Cleveland, Donna, Roberta. Front …   Wikipedia