The 35th Annual SCMA Award Weekend in Pictures

Images by Mike Champagne

Images by Vicki Kretzer

Images by Darlene Crawford

Images by Tim Day



The 2024 SCMA Awards Winners

Presented by Access Communications




The 35th Annual SCMA Awards Show were held on Saturday, June 22nd at the Vic Juba Theatre in Lloydminster.

Country Music fans converged on Canada’s Border City for the 35th Annual SCMA Awards

Show in Lloydminster presented by Access Communications.


The show was held on Saturday, June 22nd at the beautiful Vic Juba Community Theatre.

Jake Vaadeland had another superb year taking home four awards including Male Artist

of the Year. Shaunavon’s Hunter Brothers collectively took home four awards including

Fans’ Choice Entertainer of the Year.

Teagan Littlechief continues to wow picking up two awards including Female Artist of

the Year.

Host, Jess Moskaluke, was awarded National/International Artist for her success around

the world while waving the Saskatchewan flag.

A complete list of winners is below.

Group of the Year – Munro & Patrick

Female Artist of the Year – Teagan Littlechief

Male Artist of the Year – Jake Vaadeland

Indigenous Artist of the Year – Teagan Littlechief

Songwriter of the Year – “I Ain’t Going Back to Nashville” – Songwriter: Jake

Vaadeland – Artist – Jake Vaadeland

(TIE) Emerging Artist of the Year – Darryl Anderson and Joshua Stumpf (tie)

Country Album of the Year – “Exes and Friends” – Shantaia

Alternative Country Album of the Year – “Endless Turn of Day Into Night” – The Last Birds

(TIE) Video of the Year – “I Ain’t Going Back to Nashville” – Artist – Jake Vaadeland –

Director – Sawyer Edworthy AND “Running Away” – Artist – Justin LaBrash – Director –

Prehistoric Productions

Interactive Artist of the Year – Jake Vaadeland

Bass Player of the Year – Luke Hunter

Drummer of the Year – Dusty Hunter

Guitar Player of the Year – Terry Lasko

Keyboard Player of the Year – Jeffery Straker

Radio Station of the Year – Major Market – 92.9 The Bull – Saskatoon

Radio Station of the Year – Secondary Market – GX94 – Yorkton

On Air Personality of the Year – Matt Ryan

Music Director of the Year – Courtney Fielder

Record Producer of the Year – Bart McKay for “Love Me Like An Outlaw” by Kalsey Kulyk

Recording Studio of the Year – Skullcreek Studio

Country Music Person of the Year – Bart McKay

Music Venue of the Year – Hank’s Tavern

Music Festival of the Year – Country Thunder Saskatchewan

Humanitarian Award – Jordyn Pollard

National/International Artist – Jess Moskaluke

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The Saskatchewan Country Music Association is a non-profit organization, dedicated to the promotion, development, and enhancement of all aspects of Saskatchewan country music at the local, national, and international level.

The SCMA endeavors to create venues for the promotion of Saskatchewan country artists through sponsorship of its own events, such as the annual SCMA Awards, and involvement in other organization’s events.

Boasting a list of amazing talent, it is easy to see why the SCMA is so successful! Become a part of one of the most exciting music organizations in Canada today, by becoming a member of THE association for Country Music in Saskatchewan!

Our Board of Directors

Our board is made up of interested persons from different aspects of the music industry (performers, members of the media, venues, and industry specialists). Board members meet monthly. Meetings are held to discuss matters important to the organization and its goals.

If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors, please contact the President to inquire how.

Officers & Directors

President: Leon Gilbertson

Past President:

1st Vice-President: Doug Sylvester

2nd Vice-President: Tim Day

Treasurer: Wes LaBrash

Secretary: Allissia Smith


SCMA Land Acknowledgement

The SCMA and its members live and work on treaty land, the traditional homelands of the Cree, Dene, Dakota, Lakota, Nakota, Saulteaux, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. We honour the First Nations and Métis people of this land and we reaffirm our relationships with one another in the spirit of reconciliation.

If you missed the show, you can watch it HERE