Jazz and blues artists from Montreal won nearly all their categories in this year’s Juno Awards, which were finally announced Monday after being delayed for several months.

The Juno Awards gala was supposed to take place in Saskatoon back in March, but it was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, the awards ceremony took place virtually in a CBC Music live stream on Monday evening.

Montreal singer Dominique Fils-Aimé won the Juno for vocal jazz album of the year for her second record, Stay Tuned! The album, which was also shortlisted for the Polaris Prize, is the second in a trilogy exploring different styles of Black music, beginning with the blues record Nameless in 2018 and to be followed by a third album exploring soul, hip hop, funk and R&B.