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The Juno Awards are an annual series of awards presented by The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for achievements in the Canadian music industry and are often referred to as the Canadian equivalent of the Grammys. Barenaked Ladies (or individual members) have received a total of 20 Juno nominations and have won 8. They also acted as hosts of the televised ceremony in 2002 and were honoured as inductees into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2018.

Juno Awards and nominations for Barenaked Ladies & associates Edit

Awards won are in bold.

1993 Edit

  • Entertainer of the Year
  • Group of the Year
  • Album of the Year (Gordon)
  • Single of the Year ("Enid")

1994 Edit

  • Entertainer of the Year

1995 Edit

  • Group of the Year
  • Recording Engineer of the Year (Marc Ramaer, "Jane")

1999 Edit

  • Best Group
  • Best Pop Album (Stunt)
  • Best Single ("One Week")
  • Best Songwriter (Ed Robertson, "One Week")
  • Best Album Design (John Rummen & Jay Blakesburg, Stunt)

2001 Edit

2004 Edit

2005 Edit

2006 Edit

  • Group of the Year

2009 Edit

Notable Juno performances and appearances Edit

1993 Edit

Barenaked Ladies - Box Set

Barenaked Ladies - Box Set

BNL were nominated for four Junos inn 1993, winning one for Group of the Year. The telecast featured a memorable performance by the band, in which they played "Box Set" in full clown makeup.

2000 Edit

BNL - Get in Line Juno Awards 2000

BNL - Get in Line Juno Awards 2000

Though they weren't nominated that year, BNL performed "Get in Line" on the telecast, featuring several backup dancers and actors dressed as Mounties.

2002 Edit

BNL - 2002 Juno Intro

BNL - 2002 Juno Intro

The entire band acted as hosts of the Junos broadcast in 2002, performing several songs and skits; as their intro song notes, they weren't nominated that year either.

2018 Edit

Barenaked Ladies Reunion Performance - Juno Awards 2018

Barenaked Ladies Reunion Performance - Juno Awards 2018

As new inductees into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame for 2018, BNL were honoured at that year's Juno Awards; Geddy Lee of Rush inducted the Ladies during the televised ceremony at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. Steve appeared and performed with BNL for the first time since leaving the band in 2009, closing out the broadcast with renditions of "One Week" and "If I Had $1000000".
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