Welcome to another Made in Manitoba, a special one coming off the 2023 Juno Awards being presented last weekend (March 10th to 13th) in Edmonton, with several of our past guests going home with new hardware for their trophy case. A total of five past Made in Manitoba guests were up for awards at the annual event, and two came home with Junos!

Originally from Niverville, Jordan St. Cyr earned his first JUNO nomination for Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year for his self-titled album which was released last year... and that nomination turned into a win last weekend. Meanwhile, duo The Bros. Landreth earned a nomination for Contemporary Roots Album of the Year for "Come Morning", and took home the award in the category.

This weekend on Made in Manitoba, we'll revisit the conversations we had with both Jordan St. Cyr and The Bros. Landreth, plus we'll also highlight some of the other nominees who were in our studio for past programs, including Carman's Faouzia and Brandon's James Ehnes.

This is Made in Manitoba, our Juno Awards celebration, and you can listen to the podcast below.