Juno Awards of 1984

Juno Awards of 1984

The Juno Awards of 1984, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 5 December 1984 in Toronto at a ceremony hosted by Joe Flaherty and Andrea Martin of SCTV at Exhibition Place Automotive Building. The ceremones were broadcast on CBC Television from 8pm Eastern Time.

In October 1983, Juno organisers CARAS decided to move the awards date later in the year, tentatively to 3 December 1984 at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. A stated reason for this move was to promote Canadian artists during the Christmas shopping season. CARAS also wanted to assume more control over the awards broadcast from CBC. Eventually, it was determined that CBC would continue to televise the Junos, but for 1984 would work with major music promoter Concert Productions International on the broadcast.

In August 1984, it was confirmed that the awards would take place at Exhibition Place two days later than that. At the same time, a preliminary selection of "semi-finalist" artists and albums was also announced. The final set of nominations were determined in late October.

1984 was a pioneering year for music video in Canada as MuchMusic began broadcasts, and the first Juno awards for video were presented.

Nominees and winners


=Female Vocalist of the Year=

Winner: Carole Pope

Other nominees:
* Dalbello
* Anne Murray
* Shari Ulrich
* Holly Woods


=Male Vocalist of the Year=

Winner: Bryan Adams

Other nominees:
* Bruce Cockburn
* Corey Hart
* Gordon Lightfoot
* Stan Rogers


=Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year=

Winner: Sherry Kean

Other nominees:
* Véronique Béliveau
* Ann Mortifee
* Jane Siberry
* Diane Tell


=Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year=

Winner: Zappacosta

Other nominees:
* La Barge
* Johnnie Lovesin
* Nash the Slash
* Tim Ryan


=Group of the Year=

Winner: Loverboy

Other nominees:
* Chilliwack
* Payola$
* Red Rider
* Rush


=Most Promising Group of the Year=

Winner: Parachute Club

Other nominees:
* Honeymoon Suite
* Men Without Hats
* The Nylons
* Platinum Blonde


=Composer of the Year=

Winner: Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance, "Cuts Like a Knife" by Bryan Adams

Other nominees:
* Bryan Adams and Eric Kagna, "Straight from the Heart"
* Billy Bryans, Laurie Conger, Lynn Fernier, Lorraine Segato, "Rise Up"
* Ivan Doroschuk, "Safety Dance"
* Corey Hart, "Sunglasses at Night"


=Country Female Vocalist of the Year=

Winner: Anne Murray

Other nominees:
* Carroll Baker
* Marie Bottrell
* Kelita Haverland
* Susan Jacks


=Country Male Vocalist of the Year=

Winner: Murray McLauchlan

Other nominees:
* Terry Carisse
* Dick Damron
* Ian Tyson
* Diamond Joe White


=Country Group or Duo of the Year=

Winner: The Good Brothers

Other nominees:
* Family Brown
* The Mercey Brothers
* Prairie Oyster
* Chris Whiteley and Caitlin Hanford


=Instrumental Artist of the Year=

Winner: Liona Boyd

Other nominees:
* Canadian Brass
* Hagood Hardy
* Frank Mills
* The Spitfire Band


=Producer of the Year=

Winner: Bryan Adams, "Cuts Like a Knife" by Bryan Adams

Other nominees:
* Kerry Crawford and Jon Goldsmith, "Stealing Fire" by Bruce Cockburn
* Dalbello, "whomanfoursays" by Dalbello
* Daniel Lanois, "Parachute Club" by Parachute Club
* David Tyson, "Stand Back" by The Arrows


=Recording Engineer of the Year=

Winner: John Naslen, "Stealing Fire" by Bruce Cockburn

Other nominees:
* Gary Gray, "Weapons" by Rough Trade
* John Naslen, "No Borders Here" by Jane Siberry
* John Naslen, "On Purpose" by Tim Ryan
* Lenny De Rose, "whomanfoursays" by Dalbello

Canadian Music Hall of Fame

Winner: The Crewcuts, The Diamonds, The Four Lads

Nominated and winning albums


=Album of the Year=

Winner: "Cuts Like a Knife", Bryan Adams

Other nominees:
* "Grace Under Pressure", Rush
* "Hammer on a Drum", Payola$
* "Keep It Up", Loverboy
* "Neruda", Red Rider


=Best Album Graphics=

Winner: Dean Motter, Jeff Jackson and Deborah Samuel, "Seamless" by The Nylons

Other nominees:
* Heather Brown and Deborah Samuel, "whomanfoursays" by Dalbello
* Dean Motter, "Visions of Our Future" by The Tenants
* Dean Motter and Pat Harbron, "Honeymoon Suite" by Honeymoon Suite
* Bart Schoales, "Stealing Fire" by Bruce Cockburn


=Best Children's Album=

Winner: "Rugrat Rock", The Rugrats

Other nominees:
* "I Can Do Anything", Sphere Clown Band
* "Music Builders", Music Builders
* "Reflections on Crooked Walking", Ann Mortifee
* "Special Delivery", Fred Penner


=Best Classical Album of the Year=

Winner: "", Glenn Gould

Other nominees:
* "Andrew Davis Plays the Organ at Roy Thomson Hall", Andrew Davis
* "Brass in Berlin", Canadian Brass
* "Sibelius: Symphony #2", Toronto Symphony Orchestra with Andrew Davis
* "Viola Nouveau", Rivka Golani-Erdesz


=International Album of the Year=

Winner: "Synchronicity", The Police

Other nominees:
* "Can't Slow Down", Lionel Richie
* "Colour by Numbers", Culture Club
* "Eliminator", ZZ Top
* "Let's Dance", David Bowie


=Best Jazz Album=

Winner: "All In Good Time", Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass

Other nominees:
* "A New Look", Doug Hamilton and Brass Connection
* "Bye Bye Baby", Ed Bickert
* "Indian Summer", Fraser MacPherson
* "The Lion's Eyes", Steve Holt


=Comedy Album of the Year=

Winner: "Strange Brew", Bob & Doug McKenzie

Other nominees:
* "Air Farce Live", Royal Canadian Air Farce
* "Go to Hell", Maclean and Maclean
* "Laugh to Your Heart's Delight", Al Clouston

Nominated and winning releases


=Single of the year=

Winner: "Rise Up", The Parachute Club

Other nominees:
* "Cuts Like a Knife", Bryan Adams
* "Safety Dance", Men Without Hats
* "Straight from the Heart", Bryan Adams
* "Sunglasses at Night", Corey Hart


=International Single of the Year=

Winner: "Billie Jean", Michael Jackson

Other nominees:
* "Every Breath You Take", The Police
* "Islands in the Stream", Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton
* "Let's Dance", David Bowie
* "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", Cyndi Lauper


=Best Video=

Winner: Rob Quartly, "Sunglasses at Night" by Corey Hart

Other nominees:
* Robert Fresca, "Rise Up" by Parachute Club
* Rob Quartly, "Doesn't Really Matter" by Platinum Blonde
* Rob Quartly, "Standing in the Dark" by Platinum Blonde
* Rob Quartly, "I Want You Back" by Sherry Kean

References

*cite news | pages=E2 | title=1984 Juno Awards moved to December | date=18 October 1983 | publisher=The Globe and Mail | last=Canadian Press
*cite news | pages=M7 | title=Adams has seven chances as leading Juno contender | date=29 August 1984 | publisher=The Globe and Mail | last=Canadian Press
*cite news | pages=M11 | title=Final Juno nominees announced | date=22 October 1984 | publisher=The Globe and Mail
*cite news | pages=E1 | title=Adams the big winner as Junos polish up act | date=6 December 1984 | publisher=The Globe and Mail | first=Liam | last=Lacey

External links

* [http://www.junoawards.ca Juno Awards site]


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