Awards & Winners

Tom Wilson

Also know as The Tom Wilson Project, Tom Wilson Project, Tom Wilson Presents, Wilson, Tom
Profession Singer
Tom Wilson is a Canadian rock musician from Hamilton, Ontario. A veteran of the Canadian music scene, Wilson has been a writer and performer for many years. Wilson's eclectic musical style has ranged from the psychobilly / R&B sounds of the Florida Razors, to the western/roots style of Blackie and the Rodeo Kings and the funk/blues inspired rock of Junkhouse. His most recent project is LeE HARVeY OsMOND, which is a collaborative effort with members of Cowboy Junkies and Skydiggers. In 2001 Wilson released a solo album titled Planet Love which featured the hit "Dig It". In 2006 he released his second solo album, Dog Years. In between the release of both solo albums, he partnered up with Daniel Lanois' older brother, Bob Lanois, to record The Shack Recordings Volume 1, a collection of quieter acoustic songs with Bob recording and accompanying him on blues harp on a number of songs. Since 2009, Tom Wilson has been LeE HaRVEY OsMOND which has released two albums, "A Quiet Evil" and "The Folk Sinner". "A Quiet Evil" was LeE HARVeY OsMOND's debut album, hatched when Latent Recordings owner/producer Michael Timmins and Tom Wilson conspired to create the birth of "Acid Folk". The album was critically rewarded and placed on the Polaris Prize long list. "The Folk Sinner" is the logical progression, produced once again by Michael Timmins and joined by a fantastic group of guests, including Margot Timmins, Hawksley Workman, Colin Linden, Oh Suzanna, Andy Maize, and Paul Reddick, to name a few.

Awards by Tom Wilson

Check all the awards nominated and won by Tom Wilson.


Juno Award for Recording Package of the Year
Honored for : Birthday Boy

Nominations 1996 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Juno Award for Recording Package of the Year Birthday Boy