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30 years of Saskatchewan Country Music Celebrated!

April 13, 2019 -For the Hunter Brothers the week started with a #1 at Country Radio and ended with four Saskatchewan Country Music Awards.

The five farm boys from southern Saskatchewan were the top award winners at the 30th Anniversary Saskatchewan Country Music Awards celebrated in Saskatoon this weekend.

Of the 32 awards handed out throughout the weekend, the four time CCMA nominated artists claimed Interactive Group or Artist of the Year, Group of The Year, Video of the Year (Those Were The Nights), and Single of the Year (Those Were The Nights). In addition to these group awards, Luke Hunter was named All Star Band- Bass Player of The Year.

Hosted by Warner Recording Artist and CCMA Songwriter of the Year, Aaron Goodvin, the televised awards show honoured the finest talent in Country Music this province has to offer, handing out recognition to artists and musician achievement as well as industry leaders in recording and radio.

Chris Henderson accepted his second Male Artist of the Year award along side Tenille Arts who received her second Female Artist of the Year award and Songwriter of the Year for “Mad Crazy Love”. Samara Yung was the talk of the province this week as her fan’s named her “Fan’s Choice Entertainer of The Year”. Jay & Jo were awarded the Roots Artists of the Year while Shantaia was awarded Emerging Artist of the Year. Album of the Year was presented to Codie Prevost for his latest album “Radio”.

In keeping with honoring 30 years of Saskatchewan Country music, The Myrol Brothers were awarded the Legends and Legacy award. The Myrol Brothers were awarded the Non-Touring Band in 1991 and were the first generation of musicians in the SCMA. Lisa Moen, 2018 Country Music Person of the Year and daughter of Myles Myrol, presented the award to her father and uncles.

Country Music Person of the Year was awarded to Regina’s Reg Wilke, in recognition of his dedication to supporting Saskatchewan artists through his radio show “Pickin’ It Country”.  

In each of the seven major events which took place throughout the weekend, the finest of Saskatchewan’s talent was showcased and celebrated. This year’s Gala Awards Show featured 19 performers from throughout the three decades of the association’s history, making it the greatest entertainment roster in one award show.


And The Winners Are:

Fans Choice Entertainer of the Year

Samara Yung

Female Artist

Tenille Arts

Male Artist

Chris Henderson

Group of the Year

Hunter Brothers

Single of the Year

Hunter Brothers – Those Were The Nights

Songwriter of the Year

Tenille Arts (for “Mad Crazy Love”)

Album of the Year

Codie Prevost – Radio

Video of the Year

Hunter Brothers – Those Were the Nights

Emerging Artist of the Year

Shantaia

Interactive Artist or Group of the Year

Hunter Brothers

Roots Artist of the Year

Jay & Jo

Music Festival of the Year

Country Thunder Saskatchewan

Music Venue of the Year

E.A. Rawlinson Center for the Arts

Country Music Person of the Year

Reg Wilke

TV, Radio or Online Show of the Year

Canadian Coast 2 Coast (CJVR-FM)

Radio Station of the Year – Major Market

Saskatoon 92.9 The Bull (92.9 FM)

Radio Station of the Year – Secondary Market

Melfort FM Country CJVR (105.1FM)

On Air Personality of the Year – Major Market

Jay Richards (600 CJWW

On Air Personality of the Year – Secondary Market

Matt Ryan (CJNS FM)

Music Director of the Year– Major Market

Colin Lovequist (620 CKRM)

Music Director of the Year- Secondary Market     

Cal Gratton

Guitar Player of the Year

Garth Howell

Bass Player of the Year

Luke Hunter

Keyboard Player of the Year

Jordan Toppings

Drummer of the Year

Darcy Deschambault

Fiddle Player of the Year

Janaya Trudel

Specialty Instrument Player of the Year    

Sam Derbawka

Record Producer of the Year

Bart McKay

Recording Studio of the Year

Bart McKay Productions

Legends and Legacy Award

The Myrol Brothers

SCMA Youth Bursary

Graeme Trudel and Cooper Tropeau

SIGA Indigenous Artist Development Bursary

Forrest Eaglespeaker


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