Aaron Pritchett's album nominated for Juno Country Album of the Year
Canadian country music superstar Aaron Pritchett’s album “The Score” has been nominated for County Album of the Year at the 46th annual Juno Awards.
This is Pritchett’s third nomination, having being previously nominated in 2006 and 2009 in the same category.
The singer will be performing on the main stage for country night, presented by Tim Hortons, at Penticton Peach Festival on Friday, Aug. 11 with special guest Cory Marquardt.
This year’s Juno awards will be held in Ottawa on April 2.
“It is an incredible honour to once again be nominated for a Juno Award” says Pritchett. “This album is so incredibly meaningful to me, and I am really looking forward to celebrating all the incredible Canadian talent in Ottawa this year!”
“The Score” is Pritchett’s seventh studio album and was released in June of 2016. Pritchett recently won “Fans’ Choice,” “Single of the Year” and "Video of the Year" at the 2016 British Columbia Country Music Awards (BCCMA’s) this past October.
Pritchett’s album “The Score”, and latest single, “When A Momma’s Boy Meets A Daddy’s Girl” is available to purchase on iTunes.
Pritchett and Marquardt are both signed to CCMA nominated Big Star Recordings, which has become home to some of Canada’s most celebrated musical talent such as Emerson Drive, George Canyon, and Jordan McIntosh. Big Star is part of B.C.-based Invictus Entertainment group.