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From Buffy Sainte-Marie to Digging Roots: listen to past Juno winners for Indigenous album of the year
By
Caroline Szwed

Published

December 1, 2017

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The Indigenous community from all genres is well represented in this category of Juno winners. Hear Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tanya Tagaq, Digging Roots, Crystal Shawanda and more.

The 2018 Juno Awards are quickly approaching, and we're preparing for the award show by releasing 11 brand new Juno-related streams.

We've already released six, including Songwriter of the YearJazz Album of the Year: GroupClassical Album of the Year: Large EnsembleCountry Album of the YearPop Album of the Year and Children's Album of the YearToday's stream is Indigenous Album of the Year.

Awarded since 1994 — originally as the best music of Aboriginal Canada recording category — the Indigenous music album of the year has gone to artists such as Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tanya Tagaq, Digging Roots, Crystal Shawanda and more. Listen to them in the stream above.

The 47th annual Juno Awards will take place on March 25, 2018, in Vancouver. We'll be releasing one stream a day over 11 days, so stay tuned to CBC.ca/junos to keep up with the new music. That's also where you'll get all our Juno Awards coverage, and where you'll be able to watch the awards live from the Rogers Centre in 2018.

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