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.
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 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."