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Here are your 2024 Canadian Folk Music Award Winners (Full list)

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The Canadian Folk Music Awards weekend has just wrapped up in St. John’s, NL with news that next year’s 20th anniversary edition will take place back in Ottawa, the birthplace of the event, and its home base for the first decade of its existence.

Richard Barry will have a full recap of the awards weekend in the coming days here on Roots Music Canada.

In the meantime, here is a complete list of this year’s winners.

Congratulations to all!

Indigenous Songwriter of the Year: Kaeley Jade Wiebe (of Kaeley Jade) for Turpentine

Producers of the Year (Tie):

Drew Jurecka and Dan Rosenberg – Silent Tears: The Last Yiddish Tango (Payadora Tango Ensemble)

Jill Barber and Erik P. H. Nielsen – Homemaker (Jill Barber)

Instrumental Solo Artist of the Year: Aaron Collis for Before Daylight in the Morning

French Songwriter of the Year: Aleksi Campagne, Michelle Campagne (of Aleksi Campagne) for For The Giving / Sans rien donner

Young Performer of the Year: Mia Kelly for Garden Through the War

Contemporary Album of the Year: William Prince – Stand in the Joy

Traditional Album of the Year: Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira – All It Brings

English Songwriter of the Year: Jacob Brodovsky for I Love You and I’m Sorry

Ensemble of the Year: Genticorum for Au coeur de l’aube

Solo Artist of the Year: William Prince for Stand in the Joy

Awards handed out Saturday:

Instrumental Group of the Year: Queen Kong for Fray

Global Roots Album of the Year: Sophie Lukacs – Bamako

Vocal Group of the Year: The Bombadills for Dear Friend

Traditional Singer of the Year: Mary Beth Carty for Crossing the Causeway

Contemporary Singer of the Year: Suzie Vinnick for Fall Back Home

Instrumental Composer of the Year: Vinta for Beacons

Single of the Year: William Prince – “When You Miss Someone”

New/Emerging Artist of the Year: Mia Kelly for Garden Through the War

Children’s Album of the Year: Ginalina – Going Back: Remembered and Remixed Family Folk Songs

Oliver Schroer Pushing the Boundaries Award: Kune for Universal Echos

Unsung Hero: John Clarke

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