Congrats to them all!

Winnipeg band tops list of Western Canadian Music Awards nominees
Roots quartet Nathan has snagged a leading five nominations for this year’s Western Canadian Music Awards, followed closely by rising country music star Shane Yellowbird.
The Winnipeg-based band is up for outstanding roots recording by a duo or group and outstanding independent album for their third disc, Key Principles.
Nominations were announced Wednesday in Moose Jaw, Sask. where the fifth annual Western Canadian Music Awards will be held Oct. 21.
Nathan also has two nods for video of the year and one for songwriter of the year.
“I’m actually really surprised, I was thinking we were old news by now,” said lead singer and guitarist Keri Latimer.
“We’ve just been around a while and it’s our third album and I figured people would be starting to get sick of us by now. So it’s very nice, it’s good to know that we’re still making things that people like.”
The band’s first album, Stranger, was more pop-based and the second, the Juno-nominated Jimson Weed, had a lot more of a roots element to it, Latimer said.
“The third one, we just sort of found a middle ground and I think it suits us the best,” she said.
In the video of the year category, Nathan is up against Yellowbird.
The Alberta-born Yellowbird, who captured the rising star award at the Canadian Country Music Awards on Monday, has three nominations: outstanding aboriginal recording, outstanding country recording, and video of the year for his debut album Life is Calling My Name.
Other artists with multiple nominations include Manitoba group Doc Walker and Saskatchewan’s Donny Parenteau with two nods each.