2020 Junos Editorial

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June 29,2020, the 2020 Juno Awards took place virtually last night, instead of in person. Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s event.

Performances

The virtual performances were fantastic. The creativity was impressive to watch and hear.  

-The first one was Dead South performing their hit Diamond Ring in Saskatchewan, celebrating their Saskatchewanian origins.

-The second one was Neon Dreams singing We Were Kings. The group sang from the heart.

-The third performance was by Indigenous singer-songwriter Iswé with her band singing Little Star, filmed on the Mississaugas Of Scugog Island Territory.

-The fourth and final performance was an EXCLUSIVE one. Alessia Cara sang Rooting For You from her EP This Summer. 

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Highlights

There were terrific montages that honoured Canadian music nicely.  

-MusiCount Montage got a lovely homage at the virtual awards last night, especially honouring Indigenous languages’ heritage.

-The first edition of Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year.

-Artist of the Year 2020

Congratulations to Shawn Mendes!

It was a unique experience watching the 2020 Juno Awards virtually. The celebration of Canadian music was just as memorable as watching it at a venue. Canadian Artists received the honours they deserved. Once again, Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Juno Awards. 

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