JUNO Week 2014: Moments, Lessons and Winners

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JUNO Week 2014: Moments, Lessons and Winners

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JUNO Week 2014 – Winnipeg, Manitoba

So I’ve had more than a few days to settle down after JUNO Week, reflect, and finally take some time to write about it. You really do need a few days to get back into the swing of things after these events. If you’ve been, you know what I mean. I decided to take a road trip (15 hours) there and back alone because I thought it would be exciting (and honestly, it was) but someone please remind me next time to not do that.

Behind the scenes

To those of you reading this who have never been, JUNO Week is SO MUCH MORE than the JUNO Awards Broadcast that everyone see’s on Sunday evening CTV. First of all, you’ve got JUNO Fest, a 2 day music festival with about 100 acts playing at 20 venues all across the city (numbers are dependent on location – it’s a traveling event). Then you’ve got the JUNO Cup, where a bunch of retired NHL players play against a bunch of musicians (pretty cool, eh?). JUNO Fan Fare is the ‘groupie’ event. If you don’t work in the music industry you may want to hit that one up. Leading up to JUNO WeekEND, there’s a bunch of local events that include other art forms like dance and visual arts and public welcoming parties. Then there’s the JUNO Awards, which is actually a public event for those of you who thought it was a special private thing. The little known fact, though, is that majority of the awards are actually presented the evening before at a private gala.

Farther behind the scenes

Aside from the public events listed above, there are also ‘industry’ parties and ‘behind the scenes’ awards show where only industry people and signed artists are invited, unless you know somebody. To rhyme some off, you’ve got the JUNO Welcome Reception, the major label (Universal and Warner) parties, Gibson Guitar party, the private (sort of) hotel parties (eg. the basement of the Fairmont), and other related-industry parties. MuchFact hosted a sweet brunch that was supposed to end at 1pm, but actually ended at 5pm when the restaurant staff kicked everyone out for dinner change-over. I bet you’ve already guessed that these events are all open bar or stocked with fresh rolls of free drink tickets. It really doesn’t end.

But when it comes down to it, it truly is all about the music. Yes we’re there to meet new people, mingle with our industry friends, and perhaps snap a #selfie with our favourite artists, but it all revolves around the tunes.

 

Favourite JUNO Week moments

For me, a few of the most notable music moments happened at the Warner party. Fred Penner (the children’s music entertainer) performed a cover of ‘Stand By Me’ that had every single person singing along. There was a rumour going around that he knocked over a sign and yelled “I’m f**king Fred Penner!”… I’m still wondering if that was true. Either way he rocks. Chris Hadfield (the first Canadian to walk in space) performed. The Sheepdogs performed a rockin’ cover of “Takin’ Care of Business”. Gord Bamford played at approximately 4am (and pointed his finger at me – pretty sure I was the only female left in the room). Then there was the Gibson party, where Fred Penner also performed, Randy freaking Bachman performed and trust me I got as close as I could for that one. Everyone was raving about the showcase put on by Shauna de Cartier and Susan de Cartier (no they are not related and they have completely separate management/label companies), which featured Jim Cuddy and Ron Sexsmith, among others. The coolest part (other than being back-stage) was the house band that played for Cuddy and Sexsmith, The Brothers Landreth. Holy crap they were amazing. During Cuddy’s performance, he let the hunky-long-blonde-haired lead have his own guitar solo and it blew the crowd away.

As for notable moments during the Awards Broadcast; Walk Off The Earth (you know, 5 guys/girl – 1 guitar?), did a cool drum performance, Classified and Serena Ryder both swore on national TV (more than once), the entire audience (15,000 people) boo’d Justin Beiber when he won the Fan Choice Award (ironic, and rude), BTO (Bachman Turner Overdrive) performed “Takin’ Care of Business” together for the first time in 20 years (or something crazy like that), WITH The Sheepdogs to close out the show.

Some people have their not-so-hot opinions of the JUNO’s while watching at home, but in real life it’s f**king great.

 

The Difference

The main difference between this awards show/festival, in comparison to other Canadian one’s like ECMW, CMW, BOW/WCMA’s, and NXNE for example (Google them if you don’t know what they are), is that it doesn’t have a conference/educational portion to it. Meaning, no one has to get up for panels, workshops, roundtables, mentor sessions, listening sessions; nothing. Meaning, the parties go real late.

It’s pure celebration.

 

The Real Winners

The biggest similarity to other festivals/awards shows (and the music industry in general) is that everyone, and I mean everyone (well, mostly) you meet is a nice human being. The industry teaches you to network your face off, be a good person, and respect others (or at least try to) at all times – something other industries don’t always understand.

We are all BRANDS. You are a brand. I am a brand. Our favourite bands are brands. We are all unique products of man-kind different from any other. If we all learn to treat our own name (the way we portray ourselves and the way our names are shared) like we want our favourite brands to be treated, we’d all be better people. Make people KNOW about you, help people LIKE you, TRUST you, BUY you, and REFER you to others. Remember this anytime you ever meet anyone. It WILL come back around.

Most people in the music world understand these basic self-marketing principals (mostly because we’re in the business of marketing people in the first place). And frankly many other industries (and people in general) could use a lesson on the power of kindness and respect and marketing yourself properly. Take it from the winners. Below is a long list of bands who branded themselves (with much help from their teams) in a way that got them to the JUNO list. A lot of the bands who were nominated but didn’t win an award openly call themselves ‘losers’. In my eyes, they’re all winners; and if you market yourself properly and treat people (your fans) right, you’re a winner too.

And the award goes to…

 

2014 JUNO Award Nominees and Winners

Just in case you haven’t had a chance to see who the nominees and winners are, I wanted to share that with you here as well. Visit The JUNO Awards website for artist bios.

Plus, Rdio put together a fun little playlist of the awards winners for you. 

 

JUNO Fan Choice Award (Presented by TD)

Arcade Fire *Arcade Fire Music*Universal
Avril Lavigne *Epic*Sony
Céline Dion *Columbia*Sony
Drake *Cash Money*Universal
Hedley *Universal
Justin Bieber *Island Def Jam*Universal
Michael Bublé *Reprise*Warner
Robin Thicke *Interscope*Universal
Serena Ryder *Serenader Source*Universal
Walk Off the Earth *Columbia*Sony

Single of the Year

Arcade Fire Arcade Fire Music*Universal
Reflektor

Classified Half Life*Universal
Inner Ninja

Michael Bublé Reprise*Warner
It’s a Beautiful Day

Serena Ryder Serenader Source*Universal
What I Wouldn’t Do

Tegan and Sara Warner Bros.*Warner
Closer

International Album of the Year

Bruno Mars Atlantic*Warner
Unorthodox Jukebox

Eminem Interscope*Universal
The Marshall Mathers LP 2

Imagine Dragons KIDinaKORNER*Universal
Night Visions

One Direction Simco*Sony
Take Me Home

P!nk RCA*Sony
The Truth About Love

Album of the Year (Sponsored by Music Canada)

Arcade Fire Arcade Fire Music*Universal
Reflektor

Celine Dion Columbia*Sony
Loved Me Back to Life

Drake Cash Money*Universal
Nothing Was the Same

Michael Bublé Reprise*Warner
To Be Loved

Serena Ryder Serenader Source*Universal
Harmony

Artist of the Year

Celine Dion Columbia*Sony
Drake Cash Money*Universal
Michael Bublé Reprise*Warner
Robin Thicke Interscope*Universal
Serena Ryder Serenader Source*Universal

Group of the Year

Arcade Fire Arcade Fire Music*Universal
Blue Rodeo Blue Rodeo Productions*Warner
Hedley *Universal
Tegan and Sara Warner Bros.*Warner
Walk Off the Earth Columbia*Sony

Breakthrough Artist of the Year (Sponsored by FACTOR and Radio Starmaker Fund)

Brett Kissel BAK2BAK*Warner
Florence K Red Blues*Universal
Tim Hicks Open Road*Universal
Tyler Shaw *Sony
Wake Owl Rezolute*Universal

Breakthrough Group of the Year (Sponsored by FACTOR and Radio Starmaker Fund)

A Tribe Called Red Tribal Spirit/Pirates Blend*Sony
Autumn Hill Wax*Universal
Born Ruffians Paper Bag*Fontana North
Courage My Love Homeskool Prom*Warner
July Talk Sleepless*Universal

Songwriter of the Year (Sponsored by SiriusXM Canada)

Arcade Fire Arcade Fire Music*Universal
“After Life”, “Here Comes the Night Time”, “Reflektor” – Arcade Fire

Henry Cirkut Walter Capitol*Universal/Mr. 305*Polo Grounds/RCA*Sony
“Roar” – Katy Perry/”Timber” – Pitbull/”Wrecking Ball” – Miley Cyrus

Ron Sexsmith Warner
“Deepens With Time”, “Nowhere to Go”, “Snake Road” – Ron Sexsmith

Serena Ryder Serenader Source*Universal/Independent
“Stompa”, “What I Wouldn’t Do” – Serena Ryder/”When You Know ft. Serena Ryder” – Matt Epp & The Amorian Assembly

Tegan and Sara Quin Warner Bros*Warner
“Closer”, “I Was a Fool”, “Now I’m All Messed Up” – Tegan and Sara

Country Album of the Year

Brett Kissel BAK2BAK*Warner
Started With a Song

Dean Brody Open Road*Universal
Crop Circles

Gord Bamford Cache*Sony
Country Junkie

Small Town Pistols 604*Universal
Small Town Pistols

Tim Hicks Open Road*Universal
Throw Down

Adult Alternative Album of the Year

A.C. Newman Last Gang*Universal
Shut Down the Streets

Basia Bulat Secret City*Universal
Tall Tall Shadow

Hayden Arts & Crafts*Universal
Us Alone

Ron Sexsmith Warner
Forever Endeavour

The Sadies Outside
Internal Sounds

Alternative Album of the Year (Sponsored by Long & McQuade)

Arcade Fire Arcade Fire Music*Universal
Reflektor

Rah Rah Hidden Pony*Universal
The Poet’s Dead

Royal Canoe Nevado*Fontana North
Today We’re Believers

The Darcys Arts & Crafts*Universal
Warring

Yamantaka//Sonic Titan Paper Bag*Fontana North
Uzu

Pop Album of the Year (Sponsored by TD)

Hedley Universal
Wild Life

Michael Bublé Reprise*Warner
To Be Loved

Robin Thicke Interscope*Universal
Blurred Lines

Tegan and Sara Warner Bros.*Warner
Heartthrob

Walk Off the Earth Columbia*Sony
R.E.V.O.

Rock Album of the Year (Sponsored by Musicians’ Rights Organization Canada)

Headstones Frostbyte*Universal
Love + Fury

Matt Mays Sonic*Warner
Coyote

Matthew Good Frostbyte*Universal
Arrows of Desire

Monster Truck Dine Alone*Universal
Furiosity

Three Days Grace RCA*Sony
Transit of Venus

Vocal Jazz Album of the Year

Amy McConnell & William Sperandei Independent
Stealing Genius

Erin Propp with Larry Roy Independent
Courage, My Love

Matt Dusk eOne
My Funny Valentine – The Chet Baker Songbook

Mike Rud Independent
Notes On Montréal ft. Sienna Dahlen

Sonia Johnson, Charles Biddle Jr., Annie Poulain Effendi*Select
Triades

Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year

Brandi Disterheft Justin Time*Universal
Gratitude

Christine Jensen Jazz Orchestra Justin Time*Universal
Habitat

Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society New Amsterdam*Naxos
Brooklyn Babylon

Earl MacDonald Death Defying*Independent
Mirror of the Mind

Marianne Trudel–Trifolia Independent*Select
Le refuge

Traditional Jazz Album of the Year

Carn Davidson 9 Addo
Nine

John MacLeod & His Rex Hotel Orchestra Exquisite
Our Second Set

Mike Downes Addo
Ripple Effect

Phil Dwyer and Don Thompson Triplet*Outside
Look for the Silver Lining

The Ian MacDougall 12-tet Barbarian*Independent
The Ian McDougall 12tet LIVE

Instrumental Album of the Year

Colin Stetson Constellation*Outside
New History Warfare Vol.3: To See More Light

Esmerine Constellation*Outside
Dalmak

Mahogany Frog MoonJune*Planetworks
Senna

Petr Cancura RootsToBoot*Independent
Down Home

The Peggy Lee Band Drip Audio*Fontana North
Invitation

FRANCOPHONE ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SPONSORED BY FESTIVAL DU VOYAGEUR)

Alex Nevsky Audiogram*Select
Himalaya mon amour

Damien Robitaille Audiogram*Select
Omniprésent

Daniel Belanger Audiogram*Select
Chic de ville

Karim Oullet Abuzie*D.E.P.
Fox

Pierre Lapointe Audiogram*Select
Punkt

CHILDREN’S ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Charlie Hope Little Maple Leaf*Challenge and Fun
Sing As We Go!

Gary Rasberry Razzletone*Summit
What’s the Big Idea?!?

Helen Austin Independent
Colour It

Marie-Claude Independent
Mon coffret à surprises

Splash’N Boots Independent
Coconuts Don’t Fall Far From the Tree

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: SOLO OR CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

James Ehnes Chandos*Naxos
Prokofiev Complete Works for Violin

Jan Lisiecki Deutsche Grammophon*Universal

Chopin: Études Op. 10 & 25

Janina Fialkowska/The Chamber Players of Canada ATMA*Naxos

Concertos Nos. 13 & 14

Louis Lortie Chandos*Naxos

Liszt at The Opera

Stewart Goodyear Marquis*Universal

Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas

 

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: LARGE ENSEMBLE OR SOLOIST(S) WITH LARGE ENSEMBLE ACCOMPANIMENT

Angela Hewitt Hyperion*HM

Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 17 & 27

James Ehnes Britten & Shostakovich: Violin Concerti James Ehnes

Britten & Shostakovich: Violin Concerti

 

Nadina Mackie Jackson and Guy Few with Group of 27 MSR*Independent

Canadian Concerto Project, Volume One

 

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra Tafelmusik Media*Naxos

House of Dreams

 

Toronto Symphony Orchestra Independent

Rachmaninoff: Symphonic Dances & Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring

 

CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: VOCAL OR CHORAL PERFORMANCE

Group of 27, Eric Paetkau – Conductor, Shannon Mercer – Soprano Centaur*Naxos

Berlioz: Les nuits d’été – Palej : The Poet & the War, Rorate Coeli

 

Isabel Bayrakdarian MCO*HM

Ravel, Sayat-Nova & Kradjian: Troubadour & the Nightingale

 

 

Marie-Nicole Lemieux & Andre Gagnon Audiogram*Select

Lettres de Madame Roy à sa fille Gabrielle

 

Pacific Baroque Orchestra, Alexander Weimann, Owen Willets, Karina Gauvin, Allyson McHardy, Amanda Forsythe, Nathan Berg ATMA*Naxos

Handel: Orlando, HWV 31

 

Vancouver Chamber Choir Grouse*Independent

A Quiet Place: Music for Healing III

 

CLASSICAL COMPOSITION OF THE YEAR

Allan Gordon Bell Centrediscs*Naxos

Field Notes

 

James O’Callaghan Independent

Isomorphia for Orchestra and Electronics

 

R. Murray Schafer ATMA*Naxos

Quatuors à corder No. 12

 

Stephen Chatman Centrediscs*Naxos

Magnificat

 

Tim Brady ATMA*Naxos

Atacama: Symphonie No. 3

 

RAP RECORDING OF THE YEAR

Classified Half Life*Universal

Classified

 

 

Drake Cash Money*Universal

Nothing Was the Same

 

Rich Kidd Independent

In My Opinion

 

Shad Black Box*Universal

Flying Colours

 

SonReal Black Box*Universal

Everywhere We Go

 

DANCE RECORDING OF THE YEAR

 

Armin van Buuren & Trevor Guthrie Armada*Sony

This is What it Feels Like

 

deadmau5 Ultra*Sony

 

DVBBS & Borgeous Kanary*Universal

Tsunami

 

Jacynthe Whammo*Universal

Locked Down

 

Mia Martina CP*Universal

Heartbreaker

 

R&B/SOUL RECORDING OF THE YEAR

Joanna Borromeo Independent

Kaleidoscope

 

 

JRDN ft. Kardinal Offishall Kuya*Fontana

Can’t Choose

 

Kim Davis Independent

There’s Only One

 

Melanie Durrant CanAudio*Independent

Gone

 

The Weeknd XO*Universal

Kiss Land

 

REGGAE RECORDING OF THE YEAR

Akustix Independent

Mandela

 

Ammoye Flava McGregor

Baby It’s You

 

Dru Effortless*Fontana North

Love Collision

 

Dubmatix Renegade*Fontana North

Rebel Massive

 

 

Exco Levi Silly Walks Discotheque*VP

Strive

 

ABORIGINAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SPONSORED BY ABORIGINAL PEOPLES TELEVISION NETWORK)

Amanda Rheaume Independent

Keep a Fire

 

Desiree Dorion Independent

Small Town Stories

 

 

George Leach Independent

Surrender

 

Inez Jasper Independent

Burn Me Down

 

Nathan Cunningham New Leaf*Independent

Road Renditions

 

ROOTS & TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: SOLO

Daniel Romano Normaltown*Universal

Come Cry With Me

 

David Francey Laker*Outside

So Say We All

 

Donovan Woods Aporia*Outside

Don’t Get Too Grand

 

 

Justin Rutledge Outside

Valleyheart

 

Lindi Ortega Last Gang*Universal

Tin Star

 

ROOTS & TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR: GROUP (SPONSORED BY THE WINNIPEG FOLK FESTIVAL)

Lee Harvey Osmond Latent*Fontana North

The Folk Sinner

 

Little Miss Higgins and The Winnipeg Five Independent*Outside

Bison Ranch Recording Sessions

 

The Devin Cuddy Band Cameron House*Warner

Volume One

The Strumbellas Six Shooter*Warner

We Still Move On Dance Floors

 

The Wilderness of Manitoba Pheromone*Fontana North

Island of Echoes

 

BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SPONSORED BY GALAXIE, YOUR MUSICAL UNIVERSE)

David Gogo Cordova Bay*Fontana North

Come on Down

Downchild Linus*eOne

Can You Hear the Music

 

Harrison Kennedy Electro-Fi*Outside

Soulscape

 

James ‘Buddy’ Rogers Blue Wave*Independent

My Guitar’s My Only Friend

 

MonkeyJunk Stony Plain*Warner

All Frequencies

 

CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN/GOSPEL ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Fraser Campbell Independent*David C. Cook

Search the Heavens

 

Jordan Raycroft Independent

Jordan Raycroft

 

The City Harmonic Integrity*Provident

Heart

 

The High Bar Gang True North*eOne

Lost & Undone: A Gospel Bluegrass Companion

Tim Neufeld Independent*David C. Cook

Trees

 

WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SPONSORED BY CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS)

Adonis Puentes Tumba King*Warner

Sabor A Café

 

Azam Ali and Loga R. Torkian Terrestrial Lane*Outside

Lamentation of Swans – A Journey Towards Silence

David Buchbinder & Odessa/Havana Tzadik*eOne

Walk to the Sea

 

Kobo Town Cumbancha*eOne

Jumbie in the Jukebox

 

Lemon Bucket Orkestra Independent

Lume, Lume

 

JACK RICHARDSON PRODUCER OF THE YEAR (SPONSORED BY SLAIGHT MUSIC)

Brian Howes and Jacob Hoggard Universal

“Anything”, “Crazy for You” WILD LIFE – Hedley

 

Eric Ratz Dine Alone*Universal

“Sweet Mountain River”, “The Lion” – FURIOSITY – Monster Truck

Henry “Cirkut” Walter RCA*Sony*Interscope*Universal

(co-producer Luke Gottwald) “Wrecking Ball” BANGERZ – Miley Cyrus | “Give It 2 U” BLURRED LINES – Robin Thicke

 

Ryan Guldemond and Ben Kaplan Last Gang*Universal

“Let’s Fall in Love”, “Bit by Bit” THE STICKS – Mother Mother

 

Thomas ‘Tawgs’ Salter Coalition*Warner*Columbia*Sony

“This is the Best” ADVANCED BASICS – USS | “Red Hands” (co-producer Gianni “Luminati” Nicassio) R.E.V.O. – Walk Off the Earth

 

RECORDING ENGINEER OF THE YEAR

David Travers-Smith True North*eOne*Fox / Independent

“Dancing In the Dark” THESE WILDER THINGS – Ruth Moody | “Flabbergasp” (co-engineer Jaron Freeman-Fox) THE OPPOSITE OF EVERYTHING – Jaron Freeman-Fox

Eric Ratz Dine Alone*Universal

“Sweet Mountain River”, “The Lion” – FURIOSITY – Monster Truck

 

Howie Beck Dine Alone*Universal / Columbia*Sony

“Robotic” (co-engineer Graham Walsh) HANNAH GEORGAS – Hannah Georgas “Red Hands” R.E.V.O. – Walk Off the Earth

 

Kevin Churko (co-engineer Kane Churko) Universal / Warner

“The Wrong Side of Heaven” THE WRONG SIDE OF HEAVEN AND THE RIGHTEOUS SIDE OF HELL, VOLUME 1 – Five Finger Death Punch “Stardust” LUX – Gemini Syndrome

 

Randy Staub Virgin*Universal / Reprise*Warner

“Hollow” THE DEVIL PUT DINOSAURS HERE – Alice in Chains | “Be My Baby” TO BE LOVED – Michael Bublé

 

RECORDING PACKAGE OF THE YEAR

Ian Grais and Chris Staples (Art Directors), Sofia Pona, Kim Ridgewell, Lisa Nakamura (Designers), Ben Tour (Illustrator) Independent

Bones BODHI JONES

 

Jayme L. Spinks (Art Director/Designer), Janet Kimber (Photographer) Independent

Lullabies and Wake-Up Calls DINAH THORPE

 

Menno Versteeg (Art Director), Anne Douris (Designer), Annie Murphy (Photographer) Royal Mountain*Universal

White Paint HOLLERADO

 

 

Robyn Kotyk (Art Director/Designers/Illustrator), Petra Cuschieri, Justin Peroff (Designers) Arts & Crafts*Universal

Arts & Crafts: 2003-2013 ARTS & CRAFTS – VARIOUS ARTISTS

 

Vincent Lévesque and Alex Ortiz (Art Director/Designer/ Illustrator/Photographer) Dare to Care*DEP

La Mort Pop Club WE ARE WOLVES

 

VIDEO OF THE YEAR (SPONSORED BY MUCHFACT, EXCLUSIVELY FUNDED BY BELL MEDIA)

Agathe Bray-Bourret Audiogramme*Select

Je t’aime comme tu es es – DANIEL BÉLANGER

 

Briin “Briin?” Bernstein and Daniel AM Rosenberg Desolate*Independent

Friend of Mine – D-Sisive

 

John Poliquin Universal

Anything – HEDLEY

 

Matt Barnes Atlantic*Warner

Feeling Good – THE SHEEPDOGS

 

WeWereMonkeys Republic*Universal

King and Lionheart – OF MONSTERS AND MEN

 

ELECTRONIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SPONSORED BY ROLAND)

A Tribe Called Red Tribal Spirit/Pirates Blend*Sony

Nation II Nation

 

Blue Hawaii Arbutus*F>A>B

Untogether

 

Graze New Kanada*ST Holdings/Hardwax

Graze

 

Noah Pred Thoughtless*MN2S

Third Culture

Ryan Hemsworth Last Gang*Universal

Guilt Trips

 

METAL/HARD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Anciients Season of Mist*Sony
Heart of Oak

Gorguts Season of Mist*Sony
Colored Sands

KEN Mode New Damage*Universal
Entrench

Protest the Hero Protest*Sony
Volition

The Flatliners New Damage*Universal
Dead Language

ADULT CONTEMPORARY ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Alysha Brilla Sunny Jam*Independent
In My Head

Céline Dion Columbia*Sony
Loved Me Back To Life

Chloe Albert Independent
Dream Catcher

Coral Egan Justin Time*Universal
The Year He Drove Me Crazy

Johnny Reid Johnny Mac Universal 
A Christmas Gift To You

 

 

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