2011 Canadian Aboriginal Music Award Winners

The 13th Annual Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (CAMAs) celebrated the best in Indigenous music last weekend in Toronto and we have a list of winners.

Held at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre and co-hosted by Tom Jackson and Andre Morriseau, the show also included performances by Genevieve Fisher, Weaselhead, Gabriel Ayala and Mike Gouchie.

The winner of the evening was Donny Parenteau who took home 5 out of 7 possible awards. Congrats to Donny and his team!

Here’s a list of the winners for the 2011 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards:

Best Album of The Year
Mike GouchieShattered Glass

Best Country Album
Donny ParenteauTo Whom It May Concern

Best Female Artist
Terri-Lynn Williams-DavidsonNew Journeys

Best Folk/Acoustic Album
Phyllis SinclairDreams of the Washerwomen

Best Group or Duo
Common KnowledgeColour Blind

Best Hand Drum Album
Love MedicineSweetgrass Boy

Best Producer/Engineer
Donny Parenteau & Harry StinsonTo Whom it May Concern

Best Rock Album
Will BelcourtEpoch

Best Song Single
Mike GouchieShattered Glass

Best Songwriter
Donny ParenteauTo Whom It May Concern

Best Instrumental Album
Cris DerksenThe Cusp

Best International Album
Gabriel Ayala & Will Clipman – Passion, Fire & Grace

Best Male Artist
Donny ParenteauTo Whom It May Concern

Best Music Video
Donny ParenteauTo Whom It May Concern

Best Pow Wow Contemporary Album
A Tribe Called Mi’kmaqWe Honour The Water

Best Pow Wow Album Traditional
Smoke TrailA Long Red Road

Best Traditional Flute
Jason ChamakeseNative American Flute Songs Vol. 2


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