2021 CCMA Awards Nominations announced

The show will be broadcast from Budweiser Gardens in London, Ont. on Nov. 29

 

 

The Canadian Country Music Association has announced Patricia Conroy and Randy Stark as the 2021 inductees into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame. Conroy enters as the 2021 Artist Inductee, while music industry veteran Stark receives the Stan Klees Builder honour.

The announcement comes along with the news that the Hall will move into Calgary's National Music Centre in Studio Bell. There it joins the Canadian Music Hall of Fame Collection, the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, and Quebec’s ADISQ Hall of Fame. The Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame consists of more than 1,270 artifacts, including instruments and memorabilia (textiles, awards, photographs) and representing over 150 different artists.

This year’s CCMA Awards nominations were announced Wednesday. The show will be broadcast from Budweiser Gardens in London, Ont. on Nov. 29.

Check out this years nominations:

 

Entertainer of the Year

Dean Brody
Brett Kissel
MacKenzie Porter
The Reklaws
Dallas Smith

Fans’ Choice

Tenille Arts
Dean Brody
Jade Eagleson
High Valley
Brett Kissel
Tyler Joe Miller
MacKenzie Porter
The Reklaws
Dallas Smith
Tenille Townes

Female Artist of the Year

Tenille Arts
Lindsay Ell
Jess Moskaluke
MacKenzie Porter
Tenille Townes

Male Artist of the Year

Dean Brody
Jade Eagleson
Brett Kissel
Tyler Joe Miller
Dallas Smith

Group or Duo of the Year

High Valley
Hunter Brothers
The Reklaws
Tim & The Glory Boys
The Washboard Union

Interactive Artist or Group of the Year

Lindsay Ell
Aaron Goodvin
James Barker Band
Nice Horse
The Reklaws

Rising Star

Shawn Austin
Andrew Hyatt
Tyler Joe Miller
Robyn Ottolini
Tim & The Glory Boys

Album of the Year

Coming soon...

Alternative Country Album of the Year

After Midnight – Callie McCullough
Agricultural Tragic – Corb Lund
The Ride – Ryan Lindsay
Who I Am – Cory Marks
Without People – Donovan Woods

Single of the Year

“Can’t Help Myself” – Dean Brody & The Reklaws
“Grew Up On That” – High Valley
“Like A Man” – Dallas Smith
“No Truck Song” – Tim Hicks
“Where I’m From” – The Reklaws

Songwriter(s) of the Year

Patricia Conroy, Ester Dean, Andrew DeRoberts, Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley, Shane McAnally, Madeline Merlo, Tina Parol, Hillary Scott, Ryan Tedder, Dave Thomson – “Champagne Night" (Performed by Lady A)
Marc Beeson, Daniel Tashian, Tenille Townes – “Come As You Are” (Performed by Tenille Townes)
Aaron Goodvin, Ed Hill, Jimmy Ritchey – “Every Time You Take Your Time” (Performed by Aaron Goodvin)
Lindsay Ell, Sam Ellis, Micah Premnath – “Good On You” (Performed by Lindsay Ell)
Zach Abend, Jess Moskaluke, Liz Rose – “Mapdot” (Performed by Jess Moskaluke)

Video of the Year

“Drinkin’ Songs” – MacKenzie Porter
“Hard Dirt" – Hunter Brothers
“Make A Life, Not A Living” – Brett Kissel
“Mapdot” – Jess Moskaluke
“Want Me Back” – Lindsay Ell

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