Eric Alper Public Relations is proud to announce, as he celebrates 25 years of working in the music industry, the roster of 2018 JUNO Award Nominees, honouring the best in Canadian music. Canada’s premier talent will head west for JUNO Week 2018, hosted in Vancouver from March 19 through March 25. The week-long celebration will culminate in a live broadcast of The JUNO Awards on CBC on Sunday, March 25 from Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC.
Amongst our clients of talented Canadian nominees this year, there are 19 award nominations by 18 artists across 10 categories:
Jazz Album of the Year (Solo): Chet Doxas – Rich in Symbols, Ralph Bowen - Ralph Bowen, Brad Cheeseman – The Tide Turns
Children’s Album of the Year: Fred Penner – Hear the Music, Bobs and Lolo – Blue Skies
Reggae Recording of the Year: Kirk Diamond – Greater, Ammoye – The Light, Blessed – Hold Up Slow Down, Eyesus – Neva Judge
Indigenous Music Album of the Year: Buffy Sainte-Marie – Medicine Songs, Indian City – Here And Now, DJ Shub – PowWowStep
World Music Album of the Year: Autorickshaw – Meter
Contemporary Roots Album of the Year: Bruce Cockburn – Bone on Bone, Buffy Sainte-Marie – Medicine Songs
Blues Album of the Year: Downchild – Something I’ve Done
And our extended family of artists:
Vocal Jazz Album of the Year: Matt Dusk, Old School Yule!
Traditional Roots Album of the Year: Jayme Stone, Jayme Stone’s Folklife
Blues Album of the Year: Big Dave McLean, Better The Devil You Know
“2017 was filled with incredible albums by this diverse group of performers that I am so proud to be working with. I am delighted to celebrate another year of musicians, producers, engineers, personnel at record labels and distributors and our partners at retail. And none of this would have happened without the fans,” says Eric Alper. “I can’t wait to see everyone in Vancouver!”