Tenille Arts, Happy Nun Café winners at Sask Country Music Awards

The Saskatchewan Country Music Association awards were presented in a virtual broadcast on Saturday evening, and Weyburn’s Tenille Arts came away with two awards.

The little village of Forget was also a double winner, as the Happy Nun Café was named the Best Music Venue, and singer Micah Walbaum was named the winner of the SCMA Youth Development bursary.

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The following are the award winners and their categories:

Legend and Legacy - Donny Parenteau

Artist Awards:

Female Artist - Tenille Arts

Male Artist - Chris Henderson

Group - Hunter Brothers

Songwriter - Somebody Like That - Composers: Tenille Arts, Alex Kline and Allison Veltz

Album - State of Mind - Hunter Brothers

Video - Some People - J.J. Voss - Director: Joel Stewart and Pre-Historic Productions

Emerging Artist - Jordyn Pollard

Interactive Artist - Lisa Moen

Roots Artist - J.J. Voss

Fans Choice Entertainer of the Year - Hunter Brothers

Single of the Year - Hunter Brothers - Lost

All-Star Band:

Bass Player - Luke Hunter

Drummer - Darcy Deschambault

Fiddle Player - Janaya Trudel

Guitar Player - Scott Patrick

Keyboard Player - Jordan Toppings

Specialty Instrument - Sam Derbawka

Industry Awards:

Radio Station - Major Market - Saskatoon - 92.9 The Bull (92.9 FM)

Radio Station - Secondary Market - Melfort - FM Country CJVR (105.1FM)

On-Air Personality - Major Market - Reg Wilke

On-Air Personality - Secondary Market - Matt Ryan

Music Director - Major Market - Jason Lee

Music Director - Secondary Market - Cal Gratton

Record Producer - Bart McKay

Recording Studio - Bart McKay Productions

Country Music Person - Lisa Moen

TV, Radio or Online Show - Reg Wilke - Pickin' It Country

Music Venue - The Happy Nun Café, Forget

Music Festival - Country at the Creek

Bursaries: SCMA Youth Development Bursary: Micah Walbaum, Forget

SCMA Indigenous Development Bursary: Yvonne St. Germaine