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article imageCockburn Inducted To The Canadian Music Hall of Fame

By Digital Journal Staff     Mar 5, 2001 in Lifestyle
HAMILTON, Ontario - The night of the 2001 Juno Awards belonged to Nelly Furtado, Bruce Cockburn and Barenaked Ladies.
Furtado won four of the five Junos she was nominated for, including best single (I'm Like a Bird); best producer, along with Gerald Eaton and Brian West, (I'm Like a Bird and Turn Out the Light); best new solo artist and best songwriter.
Barenaked Ladies collected three awards. They won in the best album, best group and best pop album categories.
Canada's most popular rock band of the '90s -- The Tragically Hip -- won best rock album for their latest effort, Music@Work.
Toronto singer-songwriter-activist Bruce Cockburn's induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame culminated the event. Cockburn has won 11 Junos for his 25 albums after 31 years in the biz and 20 gold and platinum records to call his own.
Cockburn's induction was celebrated with performances by Barenaked Ladies, live from Prince George via satellite, Sarah Harmer, Terri Clark and Jann Arden.
Both Joni Mitchell and Neil Young won awards in their respective categories, although neither artist attended the ceremony.
Here is the complete list of winners:
Best Single: Nelly Furtado - I'm Like A Bird

Best Selling Album (Foreign Or Domestic): Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP

Best Selling Francophone Album: Ginette Reno - Un Grand Noël d'amour

Best Album: Barenaked Ladies - Maroon

Best Female Artist: Jann Arden

Best Male Artist: Neil Young

Best Group: Barenaked Ladies

Best Instrumental Album: Jesse Cook - Free Fall

Best New Solo Artist: Nelly Furtado

Best New Group: Nickelback

Best Songwriter: Nelly Furtado - Turn Off The Light; I'm Like A Bird; ...on the radio (remember the days) (Nelly Furtado)

Best Country Female Artist: Terri Clark

Best Country Male Artist: Paul Brandt

Best Country Group or Duo: The Wilkinsons

Barenaked Ladies perform via satelite from BC at the 2001 Juno Awards in Hamilton, Ont.

Best Pop Album:

Barenaked Ladies - Maroon

Best Rock Album: The Tragically Hip - Music@Work

Best Vocal Jazz Album: Joni Mitchell - Both Sides Now

Best Contemporary Jazz Album - Instrumental: François Carrier Trio + 1 - Compassion

Best Traditional Jazz Album - Instrumental: Rob McConnell Tentet - Rob McConnell Tentet

Best Children's Album: Jack Grunsky - Sing & Dance

Best Classical Album: Solo or Chamber Ensemble: James Ehnes - Bach: The Six Sonatas & Partitas For Solo Violin

Best Classical Album: Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment: Toronto Symphony Orchestra (Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor) - Sibelius: Lemminkäinen Suite; Night Ride And Sunrise

Best Classical Album - Vocal or Choral Performance: Karina Gauvin; Russell Braun; Les Violons Du Roy - G.F. Handel: Apollo e Dafne Silete Venti

Best Classical Composition: Oskar Morawetz - From The Diary Of Anne Frank

Best Alternative Album: The New Pornographers - Mass Romantic

Best Dance Recording: Love Inc. - Into The Night

Best R&B/Soul Recording: jacksoul - Sleepless

Best Rap Recording: Swollen Members - Balance

Best Reggae Recording: Lenn Hammond - Lenn Hammond

Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Recording: Florent Vollant - Nipaiamianan

Best Roots & Traditional Album - Solo: Jenny Whiteley - Jenny Whiteley

Best Roots & Traditional Album - Group: Tri-Continental; Bill Bourne, Lester Quitzau, Madagascar Slim - Tri-Continental

Best Blues Album: Sue Foley - Love Comin' Down

Best Gospel Album: Steve Bell - Simple Songs

Best Global Album: Jane Bunnett And The Spirits Of Havana - Ritmo + Soul

Best Producer: Gerald Eaton/Brian West/Nelly Furtado (for Nelly Furtado) - I'm Like A Bird; Turn Off The Light

Best Recording Engineer: Jeff Wolpert (for Holly Cole) - Make It Go Away; Romantically Helpless

Best Album Design: Stuart Chatwood (Creative Director); Antoine Moonen (Graphic Artist); James St. Laurent/Margaret Malandruccolo; Nik Sarros (Photographers) - Tangents: The Tea Party Collection

Best Video: Rob Heydon (for Edwin) - Alive

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