Juno Award for New Artist of the Year


Juno Award for New Artist of the Year

The Juno Award for New Artist of the Year has been awarded since 1994. Before that, there were separate awards for men and women. From 1994 to 2002 the award was known as Best New Solo Artist and before that it was known as Most Promising Vocalist of the Year.

Winners

Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year (1974 - 1993)

*1974 - Ian Thomas

*1975 - Gino Vannelli

*1976 - Dan Hill

*1977 - Burton Cummings

*1978 - David Bradstreet

*1979 - Nick Gilder

*1980 - Walter Rossi

*1981 - Graham Shaw

*1982 - Eddie Schwartz

*1983 - Kim Mitchell

*1984 - Zappacosta

*1985 - Paul Janz

*1986 - Billy Newton-Davis

*1987 - Tim Feehan

*1989 - Colin James

*1990 - Daniel Lanois

*1991 - Andy Curran

*1992 - Keven Jordan

*1993 - John Bottomley

Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year (1974 - 1993)

*1974 - Cathy Young

*1975 - Suzanne Stevens

*1976 - Patricia Dahlquist

*1977 - Colleen Peterson

*1978 - Lisa Dalbello

*1979 - Claudja Barry

*1980 - France Joli

*1981 - Carole Pope

*1982 - Shari Ulrich

*1983 - Lydia Taylor

*1984 - Sherry Kean

*1985 - k.d. lang

*1986 - Kim Richardson

*1987 - Rita MacNeil

*1989 - Sass Jordan

*1990 - Alannah Myles

*1991 - Sue Medley

*1992 - Alanis

*1993 - Julie Masse

Best New Solo Artist (1994 - 2002)

*1994 - Jann Arden

*1995 - Susan Aglukark

*1996 - Ashley MacIsaac

*1997 - Terri Clark

*1998 - Holly McNarland

*1999 - Melanie Doane

*2000 - Tal Bachman

*2001 - Nelly Furtado

*2002 - Hawksley Workman

New Artist of the Year (2003 - Present)

*2003 - Avril Lavigne

*2004 - Michael Bublé

*2005 - Feist

*2006 - Daniel Powter

*2007 - Tomi Swick

*2008 - Serena Ryder


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