2019 Jazz & Blues JUNO Nominees Announced

January 29, 2019

Congratulations JUNO Nominees!

JAZZ.FM91 is proud to congratulate all JUNO nominees for the 48th Annual JUNO Awards. The winners will be announced March 17th in London, ON with host Sarah McLachlan.

We would, of course, like to acknowledge and congratulate all of the jazz and blues nominees, in particular. It is an honour to play your music and we wish all of you best of luck in March. We are so fortunate to have such a wealth of Canadian talent and this year’s nominees showcase how lucky we are.

Jazz and blues artists were recognized in four categories:

· JAZZ SOLO ALBUM OF THE YEAR

· VOCAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR

· JAZZ GROUP ALBUM OF THE YEAR

· BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR.

The complete listing of 2019 jazz and blues nominees are:

JAZZ SOLO ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Alexis Baro – Sandstorm
Alison Young – So Here We Are
Larnell Lewis – In The Moment
Renee Rosnes – Beloved Of The Sky
Robi Botos – Old Soul

VOCAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Diana Krall & Tony Bennett – Love Is Here to Stay
Diana Panton – Solstice/Equinox
Holly Cole – Holly
Jodi Proznick feat. Laila Biali – Sun Songs
Laila Biali – Laila Biali

JAZZ GROUP ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Alison Au Quartet – Wander Wonder
Andrew Rathburn Large Ensemble – Atwood Suites
Andy Milne and Rapp Theory – The Seasons of Being
Liebman/Murley Quartet – Live at U of T
Quinsin Nachoff’s Flux – Path of Totality

And of course we never forget the blues…

BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Colin James – Miles To Go
Jack De Keyzer – Checkmate
Myles Goodwin – Myles Goodwin and the Friends of the Blues
Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar – Run to Me
Sue Foley – The Ice Queen

JAZZ.FM91 also wishes to recognize and congratulate two of our favourite artists nominated in the category of ADULT CONTEMPORARY ALBUM OF THE YEAR:

Molly Johnson – Meaning To Tell You
Michael Bublé – Love

Enjoy the moment. We will continue to enjoy your music congratulations.