Donovan Woods has been nominated for two Juno Awards, for Contemporary Roots Album of The Year for Both Ways and Songwriter of the Year. Woods penned Charles Kelley’s “Leaving Nashville” and Tim McGraw’s “Portland, Maine,” and is releasing a brand new song, “Go To Her,” this Friday. His songs have amassed over 81 million streams on Spotify alone.
Other country Juno nominees for Album of the Year included We Were That Song– Brett Kissel, A Small Town Christmas – Jess Moskaluke, Country Music Made Me Do It – Meghan Patrick, Feels Like That – The Reklaws, and New Tattoo – Tim Hicks.
The 2019 Juno Awards, organized by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, will take place in London, Ontario, on March 17 and will air on the CBC network.
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