13 March 2023 – NASHVILLE, TN / SEATTLE, WA – BEC Recordings Canadian artist and songwriter Jordan St. Cyr has won his first Juno Award. The Juno Awards, which honors all genres of Canada’s top musicians, singers, songwriters, and producers, recognized St. Cyr for his debut self-titled album in the Contemporary Christian/ Gospel Album of the Year category. This was St. Cyr’s first Juno nomination.

Posting a note of gratitude on his social media, St. Cyr shared, “Thank you to everyone involved in the making of this album. What a privilege to be a part of such an amazing team. My wife Heather, and our four fantastic kids, you are my inspiration. To be able to write, record, and release songs of faith, ones that encourage our hearts to know we don’t walk this road alone, is everything! I’m grateful to God every day that this is what I get to do.” He adds, “My wife and I shared our first date at a Juno Fest event back in 2005, so this is a pretty incredible full-circle moment for us.”

St. Cyr’s Juno recognition follows his six-win sweep at the November 2022 GMA Canada Covenant Awards, the most out of any other nominee, including top Artist, Album, and Male Vocalist of the Year. He also won best Pop Song (“Fires”), Live Music Artist, and AC Artist of the Year.

This spring, Jordan St. Cyr is releasing new music and is on Colton Dixon’s Build A Boat Tour. Be sure to visit his tour page for the latest tour dates.


Jordan St. Cyr is a husband and a father of two boys and two girls. His career hit single, “Fires,” appeared on the Billboard Christian Airplay charts for 45 weeks and climbed in the top 5. “Fires” has been played on major networks and stations for nearly 18 months, reaching millions weekly, while his single “Weary Traveler,” went No. 1 for multiple weeks on multiple charts followed by the chart-climbing “No Matter What.” He is a Juno Award winner as well as a six-time GMA Covenant Award winner. Along with being nominated for Best New Artist at the 2022 GMA Dove Awards, his video for “Weary Traveler” was also recognized for Short Form Video Of The Year (Concept).

Since the start of 2022, St. Cyr has performed at the annual March For Life in Washington, D.C. in front of thousands and completed a tour with Anne Wilson before joining Jeremy Camp’s spring 2022 “I Still Believe Tour.” This fall he toured with We Are Messengers’ Wholehearted Tour while also performing at various festivals around the U.S. This holiday season he is part of the K-LOVE Christmas Tour, joining Crowder, Matt Maher, and Katy Nicole.

Over the years, St. Cyr has had the opportunity to work alongside many amazing songwriters, producers, and artists who have encouraged him along his journey. He has played numerous events of all sizes and has revealed to him, humanity’s deep desire for meaningful connection and the hope to find something more vibrant than our current reality. With songs such as “Fires,” “Weary Traveler,” and “No Matter What,” St. Cyr continues on a pursuit of hope, even in our darkest moments, to know that God gives us stories to share and encourage one another through our fires and weary travels, to give us strength in the midst of them.

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