The Bros. Landreth are one of five Manitoban 2015 Juno Award winners with their debut album, Let I Lie, winning Roots/Traditional Album of the Year.

Fred Penner won Children’s Album of the year for Where in the World, his third JUNO.

Polaris Prize-winning Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq won Aboriginal Album of the Year for Animism.

Violinist James Ehnes took home Classical Album of the Year for his recording of Bartok: Chamber Works for Violin, Vol. 3.

And the last Mantioban Juno didn’t go to a musician but to designer Roberta Hansen and photographer Mike Latchislaw for Recording Package of the Year with Christian singer-songwriter Steve Bell’s 25th anniversary album Pilgrimage.

Manitobans were up for nine awards.