Juno Awards

Kevin Churko Wins Fourth Juno! Kane Churko Wins, Too!

CARAS has once again recognized the great work of Kevin Churko.  Last night, Churko won his fourth Juno at the 39th Juno Awards.  Churko won for Engineer of the Year, for his work on In This Moment's song, "Blood," and for Five Finger Death Punch's, "Coming Down."  What made the award extra special was that Kevin's son, Kane, also shared the award as co-engineer on the two tracks.  Both In This Moment's, "Blood," from the album of the same name and Five Finger Death Punch's "Coming Down," from American Capitalist, were recorded at Churko's The Hideout.

Two More Juno Nominations for Kevin Churko

This year's Juno nominations were announced and Kevin Churko has two of them.  Churko, and his son, Kane, are nominated for their production work on In This Moment's Blood album, and engineering on Five Finger Death Punch's American Capitalist. Kevin is a multi-Juno nominee, having won Junos for his engineering work on Ozzy Osbourne's Black Rain and Simon Collins' U-Catastrophe.The Juno awards take place April 21 at The Brandt Centre, in Regina.For a little insight on Team Churko, check out this piece in the MJ Times.

Kevin Churko Wins Third Juno

Kevin Churko won his third Juno for Engineer Of The Year for his work on Ozzy Osbourne's Scream. Kevin's other two Junos were for his work on Simon Collins' U-Catastrophe and Ozzy's Black Rain. Currently, Kevin is in the studio working on the follow-up to Five Finger Death Punch's War Is The Answer.

Kevin Churko Goes for Third Juno Award

Kevin Churko has been nominated by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) twice for Producer of the Year. One is for his work on "The Dream" by In This Moment and the other for "Look Where You're Walking" by Las Vegas' Modern Science. The Junos will be held Sunday April 18 in St John's, Newfoundland.Churko's previous Junos were for his engineering work on Ozzy Osbourne's Black Rain and Simon Collins' U-Catastrophe.

Kevin Churko Wins His Second Juno!

Kevin Churko wins again for Engineer of the Year for his work on the Simon Collins album, "U-Catastrophe." He was awarded for his recordings of two songs: "Disappearing" and "The Big Bang." Kevin co-wrote both songs with Simon. Churko's first Juno was for his engineering effort on Ozzy Osbourne's "Black Rain."

Kevin Churko Nominated for Juno for Engineer of the Year

Writer/Producer, Kevin Churko gets another Juno nomination for Engineer of the Year. Churko engineered the Simon Collins album, "U-Catastrophe." He also co-wrote and co-produced the album. This is the third Juno nomination for Churko. He was nominated for two Junos last year for his work on Ozzy Osbourne's "Black Rain" album - Engineer of the Year and Producer of the Year. Kevin went on to win the award in the Engineer category.