MMVA 2004 Winners

Published: 2004-06-22
Juno award winner Sam Roberts was the big winner at the 2004 Much Music Video Awards. The remainder of the awards were evenly distributed. The fifteenth annual awards show was held at the Much Music headquarters in Toronto on June 20.

Much Music prides itself on presenting an awards show that is different from the typical awards programs. In 1989 the inaugural awards show was held in a train while traveling across Canada. This year there were no podiums, scripted parts, or seats for spectators. The lack of seating did not dampen the enthusiastic crowd.

Winners were selected by a panel at Much Music from a list of five nominees. The exception was the People's Choice awards which were selected by the fans.

Winners for the 2004 Much Music Video Awards are:

People's Choice Favourite International Group
Linkin Park – Numb

People's Choice Favourite Canadian Group
Simple Plan – Perfect

People's Choice Favourite International Artist
Usher featuring Ludacris & Lil Jon - Yeah

People's Choice Favourite Canadian Artist
Avril Lavigne – Don't Tell Me

Best Video
Finger Eleven – One Thing

Best International Video - Group
Outkast – Hey Ya

Trail Blazer Award
Beastie Boys

Much VIBE Best Rap Video
Jelleestone featuring Elephant Man – Who Dat

Best International Video – Artist
Beyonce featuring Jay Z – Crazy in Love

Best Pop Video
Nelly Furtado – Powerless (Say What You Want)

Much LOUD Best Rock Video
Billy Talent – Try Honesty

Best Independent Video
Pilate - Into Your Hideout

Much More Music Award
Sarah McLachlan – Fallen

Best French Video
Corneille – parce qu'on vient de loin

Best R&B Video
In Essence – Friend of Mine

Best Cinematography
Sam Roberts – Hard Road

Video FACT Award
Alexisonfire – Counterparts And Number Them

Best Post Production
Sam Roberts – Hard Road

Best Director
Sam Roberts – Hard Road

Writer: Sherrill Fulghum



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