Juno Award for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year


Juno Award for Vocal Jazz Album of the Year

=Winners=

Best Jazz Album (1977 – 1993)

*1977 — Phil Nimmons - Nimmons 'N Nine Plus Six, "The Atlantic Suite"

*1978 — Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass, "Big Band Jazz"

*1979 — Tommy Banks Big Band with Guest "Big" Miller, "Jazz Canada Montreux 1978"

*1980 — Ed Bickert/Don Thompson, "Sackville 4005"

*1981 — Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass, "Present Perfect"

*1982 — The Brass Connection, "The Brass Connection"

*1983 — Fraser MacPherson/Oliver Gannon, "I Didn't Know About You"

*1984 — Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass, "All In Good Time"

*1985 — Don Thompson, "A Beautiful Friendship"

*1986 — Oliver Jones, "Lights of Burgundy"

*1987 — The Oscar Peterson Four, "If You Could See Me Now"

*1989 — The Hugh Fraser Quintet, "Looking Up"

*1990 — Jon Ballantyne Trio Featuring Joe Henderson, "Skydance"

*1991 — Mike Murley, "Two Sides"

*1992 — Renee Rosnes, "For The Moment"

*1992 — Brian Dickinson, "In Transition"

*1992 — Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass, "The Brass Is Back"

*1993 — P.J. Perry, "My Ideal"

Best Mainstream Jazz Album (1994 – 1999)

*1994 — Dave Young/Phil Dwyer Quartet, "Fables and Dreams"

*1995 — Free Trade, "Free Trade"

*1996 — Ingrid Jensen, "Vernal Fields"

*1997 — Renee Rosnes, "Ancestors"

*1998 — The Hugh Fraser Quintet, "In The Mean Time"

*1999 — Kirk MacDonald, "The Atlantic Sessions"

Best Contemporary Jazz Album (1994 – 1999)

*1994 — Holly Cole Trio, "Don't Smoke In Bed"

*1995 — Jim Hillman & The Merlin Factor, "The Merlin Factor"

*1996 — Neufeld-Occhipinti Jazz Orchestra, "NOJO"

*1997 — Joe Sealy, "Africville Suite"

*1998 — Metalwood, "Metalwood"

*1999 — Metalwood, "Metalwood 2"

Best Vocal Jazz Album (2000 – 2002)

*2000 — Diana Krall, "When I Look In Your Eyes"

*2001 — Joni Mitchell, "Both Sides Now"

*2002 — Diana Krall, "The Look of Love"

Vocal Jazz Album of the Year (2003 – present)

*2003 — Diana Krall, "Live In Paris"

*2004 — Holly Cole, "Shade"

*2005 — Diana Krall, "The Girl In The Other Room"

*2006 — Diana Krall, "Christmas Songs"

*2007 — Diana Krall, "From This Moment On"

*2008 — Sophie Milman, "Make Someone Happy"


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