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Jack Richardson Producer of the Year Award

The Juno Award for "Producer of the Year" has been awarded since 1975, as recognition each year for the best record producer in Canada. It was renamed the "Jack Richardson Producer of the Year" award in 2003, after Jack Richardson who was a noted Canadian record producer.[1]

Contents

  • Winners 1
    • Producer of the Year (1972–1977) 1.1
    • Producer of the Year - Single (1978) 1.2
    • Producer of the Year - Album (1978) 1.3
    • Producer of the Year (1979–1998) 1.4
    • Best Producer (1999–2001) 1.5
    • Jack Richardson Best Producer (2002) 1.6
    • Jack Richardson Producer of the Year (2003–present) 1.7
  • References 2

Winners

Producer of the Year (1972–1977)

Producer of the Year - Single (1978)

Producer of the Year - Album (1978)

Producer of the Year (1979–1998)

Best Producer (1999–2001)

Jack Richardson Best Producer (2002)

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year (2003–present)

References

  1. ^ "Juno Award winners list by year" (Requires a search by year).  
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