Brody wins Country Album of the Year

Dean Brody
Dean Brody's Crop Circles and Tractor Beams was awarded the Juno for Country Album of the Year.
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Dean Brody's Crop Circles and Tractor Beams has been awarded the Juno for Best Country Album of the Year. This is the former Jaffray resident's first win and third Juno nomination.

Released in November of 2013, Crop Circles debuted at number one on the iTunes Canada Country Album chart and third on the Canadian Country Album chart. The album includes Brody's current single Crop Circles, as well as the gold-selling number one track Bounty, featuring Lindi Ortega.

The local country star has been named the Most Played Canadian Artist at Country Radio and has earned himself seven Canadian Country Music Awards. He also recently became the first male Canadian artist with two number one songs at Country Radio with his 2012 song Canadian Girls and Bounty.


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