1990s Juno and Felix Song Nominees and Winners

IMPORTANT NOTE: Depending on the time of the year in which the Juno and Felix Awards were held, songs nominated could have been released the same year, but more often the previous year which is why I’m beginning with 1991 and ending with 2000. It would be too complicated to go through the list and pinpoint exactly when each awards gala took place, which year each nominated song was released and which year or years it spent its run on the charts. I say this simply so that the reader will not assume that a song nominated in, say, 1994 was released in and a hit in 1994.

I’ve listed all the nominees and bolded the winners. A list of nominees and winners in the 1980s is located HERE.

1991

Juno:

“Let Your Backbone Slide”, Maestro Fresh-Wes
“More Than Words Can Say”, Alias
“She Ain’t Pretty”, The Northern Pikes
“So Listen”, MCJ and Cool G
Winner: “Just Came Back“, Colin James

Felix:

“À ton depart”, Nathalie Simard
“Au nom de la raison”, Laurence Jalbert
“Darlin'”, Roch Voisine
“Faut pas que j’panique”, Marie Carmen
“Je ne sais plus comment je m’appelle”, Martine St-Clair
“Jours de plaine”, Daniel Lavoie
“La légende de Jimmy”, Diane Tell
“Sans t’oublier”, Julie Masse
“Sauvez mon âme”, Luc De Larochellière
Winner: “Je sais, je sais“, Marjo

1992

Juno:

“Animal Heart”, Glass Tiger
“Can’t Stop This Thing We Started”, Bryan Adams
“(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”, Bryan Adams
“Too Hot”, Alanis
Winner: “Life Is a Highway“, Tom Cochrane

Felix:

“À toi”, Laurence Jalbert
“Donne-moi ma chance”, Les B.B.
“La lune d’automne”, Michel Rivard
“Lettre à un cowboy”, Mitsou
“Ma generation”, Luc De Larochellière
“Maude”, Joe Bocan
“Prends bien garde”, Julie Masse
“Prends ma main”, Joane Labelle
“Y’a des matins”, Marjo
Winner: “Aux portes du matin“, Richard Séguin

1993

Juno:

“Enid”, Barenaked Ladies
“If You Asked Me To”, Celine Dion
“Song Instead of a Kiss”, Alannah Myles
“Thought I’d Died and Gone to Heaven”, Bryan Adams
Winner: “Beauty And The Beast“, Céline Dion and Peabo Bryson

Felix:

“Comme on l’a choisi”, Julie Masse
“Entre l’ombre et la lumière”, Marie Carmen
“Le goût de l’eau”, Michel Rivard
“Mona Lisa”, Bruce Huard
“Quelqu’un que j’aime, quelqu’un qui m’aime”, Céline Dion
“Seul au combat”, Les B.B.
“Sous les cheminées”, Richard Séguin
“Tous les jours je pense à toi”, Francis Martin
“Tue-moi”, Dan Bigras
Winner: “La légende Oochigeas“, Roch Voisine

1994

Juno:

“Courage”, The Tragically Hip
“Harvest Moon”, Neil Young
“He Would Be Sixteen”, Michelle Wright
“Love Can Move Mountains”, Celine Dion
Winner: “Fare Thee Well Love“, The Rankin Family

Felix:

“Tu reviendras”, Sylvain Cossette
“En cavale”, Pierre Flynn
“Inventer la terre”, Marie Denise Pelletier
“Jamais trop de tendresse”, Marie Philippe
“Kunidé”, Luc De Larochellière
“L’amour est loi”, Martine St-Clair
“La folie en quatre”, Daniel Bélanger
“Pense à moi”, Francine Raymond
“Pleure à ma place”, Richard Séguin
Winner: “Encore et encore“, Laurence Jalbert

1995

Juno:

“Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm”, Crash Test Dummies
“The Power of Love”, Celine Dion
“Please Forgive Me”, Bryan Adams
“Push”, Moist
Winner: “Could I Be Your Girl“, Jann Arden

Felix:

“À tous ceux qui s’aiment”, Francine Raymond
“Bella”, Laurence Jalbert
“Bohémienne”, Marjo
“Échappé belle”, Beau Dommage
“J’ai l’blues de vous”, Marie Carmen
“Leïla”, Lara Fabian
“Mon frère”, France D’Amour
“Tu ne sauras jamais”, BB (Les)
“Un pays, deux étrangers”, Joe Bocan
Winner: “Pour que tu m’aimes encore“, Céline Dion

1996

Juno:

“Any Man of Mine”, Shania Twain
“Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman”, Bryan Adams
“Insensitive”, Jann Arden
“O Siem”, Susan Aglukark
Winner: “You Oughta Know“, Alanis Morissette

Felix:

“Bon yeu”, Les Colocs
“Je pensais pas”, Daniel Lavoie
“Je sais pas”, Céline Dion
“Laissez-moi rev’nir sur terre”, Ginette Reno
“Le temps de m’y faire”, Nanette Workman
“Les deux printemps”, Daniel Bélanger
“Rester debout”, Richard Séguin
“Soirs de scotch”, Luce Dufault
“Tout simplement jaloux”, Beau Dommage
Winner: “Seigneur“, Kevin Parent

1997

Juno:

“Ahead By a Century”, The Tragically Hip
“Because You Loved Me”, Celine Dion
“Birmingham”, Amanda Marshall
“Sleepy Maggie”, Ashley MacIsaac
Winner: “Ironic“, Alanis Morissette

Felix:

“I Lost My Baby”, Jean Leloup
“Les derniers seront les premiers”, Céline Dion
“Les temps fous”, Daniel Bélanger
“Quand on s’en va pour oublier”, Luce Dufault
“Que je t’aime”, Sylvain Cossette
“Soudés à jamais”, Nancy Dumais
“Tous les bateaux font des vagues”, Francine Raymond
“Tout”, Lara Fabian
“Une à une”, Nanette Workman
Winner: “Father On the Go“, Kevin Parent

1998

Juno:

“Clumsy”, Our Lady Peace
“Dark Horse”, Amanda Marshall
“Drinking in L.A.”, Bran Van 3000
“The Sound Of”, Jann Arden
Winner: “Building a Mystery“, Sarah McLachlan

Felix:

“Aime”, Bruno Pelletier
“Belle”, Garou, Daniel Lavoie, and Patrick Fiori
“Belle ancolie”, Luce Dufault
“Je t’aime”, Lara Fabian
“Je t’oublierai, je t’oublierai”, Isabelle Boulay
“Le parapluie”, Daniel Bélanger
“Maudit bonheur”, Michel Rivard
“Parler aux anges”, Nancy Dumais
“Pour toi”, Laurence Jalbert
“Tassez-vous de d’là”, Les Colocs
Winner: “Fréquenter l’oubli“, Kevin Parent

1999

Juno:

“Adia”, Sarah McLachlan
“Apparitions”, Matthew Good Band
“Hurts To Love You”, Philosopher Kings
“My Heart Will Go On”, Celine Dion
Winner: “One Week“, Barenaked Ladies

Felix:

“Calvaire”, La Chicane
“Dieu que le monde est injuste”, Garou
“En mon bonheur”, Daniel Bélanger
“Je resterai là “, Roch Voisine
“La vie est laide”, Jean Leloup
“Le saule”, Isabelle Boulay
“Maudit bonheur”, Michel Rivard
“Maudite jalousie”, Kevin Parent
“Rien à regretter”, Éric Lapointe
Winner: “Le temps des cathédrales“, Bruno Pelletier

2000

Juno:

“Heaven Coming Down”, The Tea Party
“Hello Time Bomb”, Matthew Good Band
“Steal My Sunshine”, Len
“Sucks to Be You”, Prozzäk
Winner: “Bobcaygeon“, The Tragically Hip

Felix:

“Amalgame”, Les Respectables
“En mon bonheur (tout toi me manque)”, Daniel Bélanger
“J’ai mal à l’amour”, Isabelle Boulay
“Je joue de la guitare”, Jean Leloup
“Juste pour voir le monde”, La Chicane
“Le menteur”, Nicola Ciccone
“Mon ange”, Éric Lapointe
“Ne fais pas ça”, Paul Piché
“Quand?”, Martin Deschamps
Je n’t’aime plus“, Mario Pelchat

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