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MILESTONES & MEMORIES

2000’s

2017 BCCMA Album of the Year – Chris Buck Band
2017 ECMA Country Recording of the Year – Tristan Horncastle – Turnin’ Up A Sundown
2016 BCCMA Country Club Act of the Year – Chris Buck Band
2015 BCCMA Group of the Year – Chris Buck Band
2015 BCCMA Country Club Act of the Year – Chris Buck Band
2015 Prix MusicNB Fan’s Choice – Tristan Horncastle
2015 Prix MusicNB Country Artist of the Year – Tristan Horncastle
2015 Prix MusicNB Album of the Year – Tristan Horncastle
2014 ACMA Song of the Year – Hey Romeo
2014 ACMA Rising Star – The Boom Chucka Boys
2014 ACMA Group or Duo of the Year – The Boom Chucka Boys
2013 ACMA Induction – Hall of Fame – R. Harlan Smith
2013 Ed Harris inducted into Builder’s category of Canadian Country Music Hall of Honour
2013 ACMA Fan’s Choice of the Year – Tenille
2013 WCMA Independent Record Label of the Year
2012 ACMA Fan’s Choice of the Year – Tenille
2012 ACMA Female Vocalist of the Year – Tenille
2012 CCMA Slaight Music Humanitarian Award – Tenille
2012 CCMA Group of the Year – Hey Romeo
2011 ACMA Female Vocalist of the Year – Tenille
2011 CCMA Group of the Year – Hey Romeo
2010 CCMA Male Artist of the Year – Gord Bamford
2010 CCMA Video of the Year – Gord Bamford
2008 CCMA Producer of the Year for album Honkytonks & Heartaches – Gord Bamford (with Byron Hill)
2008 CCMA Top New Talent of the Year – Gord Bamford named
2007 Rob Smith named President & CEO of Royalty Records
2005 R. Harlan Smith inducted into Builder’s category of Canadian Country Music Hall of Honour
2004 R. Harlan Smith inducted into Builder’s category of Western Canadian Music Association Hall of Honour
 
1980’s
1987-89 Launches Canadian Country Music All-Star Show with Royalty artists, with four tours to Europe
1981 CCMA Outstanding New Artist-Female Award – Chris Nielsen
1980 CCMA Outstanding New Artist-Female Award – Glory-Anne Carriere
1980 CCMA Outstanding New Artist-Male Award – Wilf Ingersoll
1980 Big Country Award for Producer of the Year – R. Harlan Smith

1970’s
1979 R. Harlan Smith & Chris Nielsen duet “Stolen Moments” becomes Royalty’s first #1 chart hit – RPM
1977 Big Country Award for Album of the Year “Here Comes Yesterday” – R. Harlan Smith
1976 Big Country Award for Producer of the Year – R. Harlan Smith
1975 Royalty Records earns first RPM chart appearance with R. Harlan Smith single “Song For Shelley”
1974 First album released – Wayne Vold “Country Dreams” R-2000-1
1974 Company founded in Edmonton by R. Harlan Smith