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Gold Leaf Awards of 1970

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gold Leaf Awards of 1970
Date23 February 1970
VenueSt. Lawrence Hall, Toronto, Ontario
Hosted byGeorge Wilson

The Gold Leaf Awards of 1970, which were the first Juno Awards, were founded by RPM Magazine to honour Canadian music industry achievements. The magazine had honoured musicians in the previous six years using a reader survey until this formal ceremony.

These awards were presented at St. Lawrence Hall in Toronto on 23 February 1970. 250 people attended this inaugural awards ceremony, twice the number who were invited. Winners received walnut wood trophies that resembled metronomes. George Wilson of CFRB radio was master of ceremonies for these awards and for the subsequent Juno Awards ceremonies until 1974.[1]

Winners

Best Male Vocalist

Winner: Andy Kim

Best Female Vocalist

Winner: Ginette Reno

Best Group

Winner: The Guess Who

Best Country Male Artist

Winner: Tommy Hunter

Best Country Female Artist

Winner: Dianne Leigh

Best Country Group or Duo

Winner: The Mercey Brothers

Best Folk Artist

Winner: Gordon Lightfoot

Canadian Industry Music Industry Man of the Year

Winner: Saul Holiff

Best Produced Single

Winner: "Which Way You Goin' Billy?", The Poppy Family

Best Produced Middle-of-the-Road Album

Winner: Which Way You Goin' Billy?, The Poppy Family

Best Overall Record Company

Winner: RCA Victor

Best Company for Canadian Content

Winner: Quality Records

Best Promotion of Canadian Artists

Winner: Capitol Records

References

Citations
  1. ^ The Juno awards : tenth anniversary special issue. RPM Publications. 1980. pp. 9–10.

External links

This page was last edited on 27 January 2021, at 11:19
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