Larnell Lewis and Robi Botos

Humber JUNO nominees Larnell Lewis (left) and Robi Botos (right)

Thirteen Humber alumni and faculty groups have received a record 15 JUNO nominations across 11 categories this year.

Humber Music and Comedy graduates have a history of dominating in nominations at the annual awards ceremony – and this year is no exception.

Vocal Jazz Album of the Year

Holly Cole (Humber alumna)

Laila Biali
Laila Biali (Humber alumna)

Jazz Album of the Year: Solo

In the Moment
Larnell Lewis (Humber alumnus/faculty)

Old Soul
Robi Botos (Humber faculty)

Jazz Album of the Year: Group

Wander Wonder
Allison Au Quartet (Includes Humber alumni Allison Au, Todd Pentey and Fabio Ragnelli, plus Humber faculty Jon Maharaj)

Live at U of T
Liebman/Murley Quartet (Includes Humber alumnus Mike Murley)

Group of the Year

The Arkells (includes Humber alumnus Anthony Carone)
The Sheepdogs (includes Humber alumnus Shamus Currie)

Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Meghan Patrick (Humber alumna)

Country Album of the Year

Country Music Made Me Do It
Meghan Patrick (Humber alumna)

Rock Album of the Year

Changing Colours
The Sheepdogs (includes Humber alumnus Shamus Currie)

Rally Cry
The Arkells (includes Humber Alumnus Anthony Carone)

Traditional Roots Album of the Year

Queen City Jubilee
The Slocan Ramblers (Humber alumni)

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year

"Waving Through a Window" DEAR EVAN HANSEN (BROADWAY CAST RECORDING) DELUXE – Katy Perry (Atlantic*Warner)
"This Is Me" – THE GREATEST SHOWMAN (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) – Keala Settle, The Greatest Showman Ensemble (Atlantic*Warner)
Greg Wells (Humber alumnus)

Electronic Album of the Year

Give It a Rest
iamhill (Humber alumna)

Comedy Album of the Year

Lady Jazz
Debra DiGiovanni (Humber alumna)

Pat Thornton (Humber alumnus)

Congratulations to Humber’s 2019 JUNO nominees!