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Juno Awards of 1975

Juno Awards of 1975
Date 24 March 1975
Venue Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario
Host Paul Anka
Television/Radio coverage
Network CBC

The Juno Awards of 1975, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 24 March 1975 in Toronto at a ceremony in the Canadian National Exhibition. Paul Anka was host for the ceremonies, which were broadcast for the first time. Canadians were able to see the event on CBC Television from 10pm Eastern Time.

Stompin' Tom Connors, Susan Jacks, Terry Jacks, Andy Kim, Anne Murray, and The Stampeders would appear at the ceremonies.

With the move to television, control over the Junos had shifted from Walt Grealis' RPM Magazine to the new Canadian Music Awards Association. Grealis was now in an advisory role for the Junos, and according to The Globe and Mail his founding role was not acknowledged during the Junos broadcast.

Contents

  • Nominees and winners 1
    • Female Vocalist of the Year 1.1
    • Male Vocalist 1.2
    • Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year 1.3
    • Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year 1.4
    • Group of the Year 1.5
    • Most Promising Group of the Year 1.6
    • Composer of the Year 1.7
    • Country Female Vocalist of the Year 1.8
    • Country Male Vocalist of the Year 1.9
    • Country Group or Duo of the Year 1.10
    • Folk Singer of the Year 1.11
    • Producer of the Year 1.12
  • Nominated and winning albums 2
    • Best Selling Album 2.1
    • Best Album Graphics 2.2
    • Best Selling International Album 2.3
  • Nominated and winning releases 3
    • Best Selling Single 3.1
    • Best Selling International Single 3.2
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Nominees and winners

Female Vocalist of the Year

Winner: Anne Murray

Other nominees:

Male Vocalist

Winner: Gordon Lightfoot

Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year

Winner: Suzanne Stevens

Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year

Winner: Gino Vannelli

Group of the Year

Winner: Bachman–Turner Overdrive

Most Promising Group of the Year

Winner: Rush

Composer of the Year

Winner: Paul Anka

Country Female Vocalist of the Year

Winner: Anne Murray

Country Male Vocalist of the Year

Winner: Stompin' Tom Connors

Country Group or Duo of the Year

Winner: Carlton Showband

Folk Singer of the Year

Winner: Gordon Lightfoot

Producer of the Year

Winner: Randy Bachman

Nominated and winning albums

Best Selling Album

Winner: Not Fragile, Bachman–Turner Overdrive

Best Album Graphics

Winner: Bart Schoales, Night Vision by Bruce Cockburn

Best Selling International Album

Winner: Band on the Run, Paul McCartney

Nominated and winning releases

Best Selling Single

Winner: "Seasons in the Sun", Terry Jacks

Best Selling International Single

Winner: "The Night Chicago Died", Paper Lace

References

  • Martin, Robert (8 March 1975). "Trying to make the public take the Juno to its heart".  
  • Kirby, Blaik (25 March 1975). "Junos for Murray, Lightfoot and little hope for quality".  

External links

  • Juno Awards site
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