ole Announces Artists’ 2019 JUNO Award Nominations
TORONTO, ON - January 30, 2019, ole, one of the world’s premier music and entertainment companies, is pleased to announce that its artists have received three 2019 JUNO Award Nominations. ole singer-songwriter, Meghan Patrick, has been nominated for ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’, while her album, Country Music Made Me Do It, has been nominated for ‘Country Album of the Year’. The album, Feels Like That, by ole’s brother and sister songwriting duo, The Reklaws, has also been nominated for ‘Country Album of the Year’.
ole’s Chief Executive Officer, Helen Murphy, commented, “We are thrilled by the news of these nominations, and we congratulate both Meghan Patrick and The Reklaws on these tremendous achievements.”
Originally hailing form Bowmanville, Ontario, Meghan Patrick is a two-time CCMA Award winner for ‘Female Artist of the Year’. Her JUNO nominated album, Country Music Made Me Do It, was produced by veteran Nashville songwriter and producer Jeremy Stover, and included the #1 Canadian Country Radio hit, “Walls Come Down”.
Raised in rural Ontario, The Reklaws are comprised of the brother-sister duo Jenna and Stuart Walker. The Reklaws (Walker backwards) were winners of the ‘SiriusXM Rising Star’ award at the 2018 CCMA Awards. The title track from their JUNO nominated album, Feels Like That, recently went to #1 at Canadian Country Radio.
The 2019 JUNO Awards will broadcast live from Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario, on Sunday, March 17, at 8:00 PM ET.
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