Wielki sukces Carly Rae Jepsen

Kanada Series kwie 22, 2013 at 10:41 am

Carly Rae Jepsen

Nagrała najlepszy album roku, największy przebój roku (zobacz clip poniżej) i najlepszy album pop. Zdmuchnęła z estrady znacznie większe od siebie gwiazdy kanadyjskiej estrady. Wielkim zwycięstwem dla Carly Rae Jepsen z Mission w B.C. okazała sie 42. Gala Nagród Juno, które są niczym Oscary w kanadyjskim przemyśle fonograficznym.

Młoda kompozytorka nagrodzona została za ubiegłoroczny przebój “Call Me Maybe”. Odkrył ją w zasadzie Justin Bieber, który teraz ma powody się boczyć: Carly zgarnęła pulę, która mogłaby być jego udziałem. 19-letni Justin Bieber musiał zadwolić się jedynym trofeum, za to bardzo ważnym: Nagrodą Publiczności.

Nagrody wręczano w stolicy Saskatchewan. Powody do zadowolenia miał również 78-letni Leonard Cohen, który także zdobył trzy statuetki (w tym w kategorii Artysta Roku) przy pomocy najnowszego, platynowego albumu “Old Ideas”.

Do Przedsionka Chwały wprowadzono zasłużoną k.d. lang

 

Pełny wykaz przyznanych nagród Juno 2013:

 

Album of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen, “Kiss”

 

Adult Alternative Album of the Year: Serena Ryder, “Harmony”

 

Juno FanChoice Award: Justin Bieber

 

Canadian Hall of Fame Inductee: k.d. lang

 

Single of the Year: “Call Me Maybe,” Carly Rae Jepsen

 

Group of the Year: Marianas Trench

 

Breakthrough Artist of the Year: Monster Truck

 

Songwriter of the Year: Leonard Cohen, “Old Ideas”

 

Artist of the Year: Leonard Cohen.

 

Breakthrough Artist of the Year: The Weeknd.

 

Pop Album of the Year: Carly Rae Jepsen, “Kiss”

 

Country Album of the year: Johnny Reid, “Fire It Up”

 

Alternative Album of the Year: Metric, “Synthetica”

 

Rock Album of the Year: Rush, “Clockwork Angels”

 

Rap Recording of the Year: Classified, “Inner Ninja” (featuring David Myles.)

 

Dance Recording of the Year: Anjulie, “You and I”

 

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year: The Weeknd, “Trilogy”

 

Electronic Album of the Year: Grimes, “Visions”

 

Video of the Year: Drake, “HYFR,” by Director X

 

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year: James Shaw, “Youth Without Youth” and “Breathing Underwater,” from “Synthetica”

 

Music DVD of the Year: The Tragically Hip, “Bobcaygeon” by Andy Keen, Bernie Breen, Patrick Sambrook and Shawn Marino

 

Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year: Woods of Ypres, “Woods 5: Grey Skies & Electric Light”

 

Adult Contemporary Album of the Year: The Tenors, “Lead With Your Heart”

 

Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, Solo: Rose Cousins, “We Have Made a Spark”

 

Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, Group: Elliott Brood, “Days Into Years”

 

Vocal Jazz Album of the Year: Emilie-Claire Barlow, Seule ce Soir.

 

Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year: Joel Miller, Swim.

 

Traditional Jazz Album of the Year: Murley, Bickert & Wallace, Test of Time.

 

Instrumental Album of the Year: Pugs & Crows, Fantastic Pictures.

 

Francophone Album of the Year: Louis-Jean Cormier, Le treizieme étage.

 

Children’s Album of the Year: Emilie Mover, “The Stella and Sam Album, featuring Emilie Mover”

 

Classical Album of the Year, Solo or Chamber Ensemble: “Amici Chamber Ensemble, Levant”

 

Classical Album of the Year, Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment: James Ehnes, “Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto”

 

Classical Album of the Year, Vocal or Choral Performance: Karina Gauvin, Prima Donna.

 

Classical Composition of the Year: Vivian Fung, “Violin Concerto”

 

Reggae Recording of the Year: Exco Levi, “Storms of Life”

 

Aboriginal Album of the Year: Crystal Shawanda, “Just Like You”

 

Blues Album of the Year: Steve Strongman, “A Natural Fact”

 

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year: The City Harmonic, “I Have a Dream (It Feels Like Home.)”

 

World Music Album of the Year: Lorraine Klaasen, “Tribute to Miriam Makeba”

 

Recording Engineer of the Year: Kevin Churko (co-engineer Kane Churko): In This Moment, “Blood” (from Blood); Five Finger Death Punch, “Coming Down” (from American Capitalist.)

 

Recording Package of the Year: Justin Broadbent, art director/designer/photoagrapher for Metric, “Synthetica”

 

International Album of the Year: Mumford & Sons, “Babel”