2006 Juno Awards Nominees



Nickelback received a leading six nominations Wednesday Feb 15th for Canada's annual top music award

Canadian band Nickelback leads this year Junos, Canada's music awards, received a leading six nominations. Announced Wednesday Feb 15th by the CTV network and the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the music group ups for Juno Fan Choice, Single Of The Year and Producer Of The Year for "Photograph", Album Of The Year and Rock Album Of The Year for "All the Right Reasons", and Group Of The Year as well.

Following close behind with five nominations are Diana Krall and Michael Buble, both of whom among others up for Artist Of The Year, Fan's Choice and Album Of The Year. Tied with three noms each are Arcade Fire, rock legend Neil Young and the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. Meanwhile, music diva Celine Dion is nominated for Fan Choice award.

Competing for Best International Album award, based on record sales in Canada, are 50 Cent, the Black Eyed Peas, Coldplay, Gwen Stefani and double Grammy-winning American Idol Kelly Clarkson. For details on the nominees and categories click on http://www.junoawards.ca/06_2006_nominees.php.

© AceShowbiz.com


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