How Many Junos?

If you don’t follow the music scene closely it can seem like Rush wins Canada’s Juno Awards with almost clocklike regularity, but in fact the band has had quite a few more near-misses than wins:

Wins:

  • 2004 Music DVD of the Year: Rush in Rio
  • 1992 Hard Rock Album of the Year: Roll the Bones
  • 1991 Best Hard Rock / Metal Album: Presto
  • 1979 Group of the Year
  • 1978 Group of the Year
  • 1975 Most Promising New Group

Near Misses:

  • 2012 Music DVD of the Year: Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland
  • 2011 Music DVD of the Year: Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage
  • 2010 Music DVD of the Year: Snakes & Arrows Live
  • 2007 Music DVD of the Year: R30
  • 1997 North Star Rock Album of the Year: Test for Echo
  • 1994 Group of the Year
  • 1994 Best Hard Rock Album: Counterparts
  • 1992 Group of the Year
  • 1991 Group of the Year
  • 1990 Group of the Year
  • 1989 Group of the Year
  • 1986 Album of the Year: Power Windows
  • 1986 Group of the Year
  • 1984 Album of the Year: Grace under Pressure
  • 1984 Group of the Year
  • 1983 Album of the Year: Signals
  • 1983 Single of the Year: “New World Man”
  • 1983 Group of the Year
  • 1982 Album of the Year: Exit . . . Stage Left
  • 1982 Album of the Year: Moving Pictures
  • 1982 Group of the Year
  • 1981 Album of the Year: Permanent Waves
  • 1981 Group of the Year
  • 1980 Album of the Year: Hemispheres
  • 1980 Group of the Year
  • 1979 Best Selling Album: Hemispheres
  • 1979 Producer of the Year: Terry Brown and Rush
  • 1978 Best Selling Album: A Farewell to Kings
  • 1978 Producer of the Year—Album: Rush and Terry Brown (A Farewell to Kings)
  • 1977 Group of the Year
  • 1976 Best Album Graphics: Fly by Night

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~ by rvkeeper on March 4, 2011.

 
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