2018 Juno Awards Nominees

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The nominees for the 2018 Juno Awards were announced today. We're thrilled to see so many past West End Cultural Centre performers nominated for awards.

Alysha Brilla - Adult Contemporary Album of the Year

Amelia Curran - Songwriter of the Year

Amelia Curran - Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

Big Dave McLean - Blues Album of the Year

Bruce Cockburn - Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

Fred Penner - Children's Album of the Year

Indian City - Indigenous Music Album of the Year

Iskwe - Indigenous Music Album of the Year

Kid Koala - Electronic Album of the Year

Leif Vollebekk - Adult Alternative Album of the Year

Rose Cousins - Songwriter of the Year

Tanya Tagaq - Alternative Album of the Year

The East Pointers - Traditional Roots Album of the Year

The Jerry Cans - Breakthrough Group of the Year

The Jerry Cans - Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

Timber Timbre - Adult Alternative Album of the Year

Whitehorse - Adult Alternative Album of the Year

Also, congratulations to West End Cultural Centre board member Julie Penner, who played on the 'Do Make Say Think' album, that was nominated for Instrumental Album of the Year.

For a complete list of Juno Award nominees, please see the Juno website. The 2018 Juno Awards take place in Vancouver and will be broadcast on the CBC on March 25th.