This year’s Juno Awards promises some unique performances from a cast of exceptional performers.
The Canadian Academy of Arts and Sciences (CARAS) and CBC have announced the next wave of artists set to perform at the 48th annual, staged at London’s Budweiser Gardens on March 17.
Hosted by Sarah McLachlan, Francophone singer-songwriter and pianist Coeur de pirate, Québec rapper Loud, country music sibling duo The Reklaws, and Canadian Indigenous tenor and composer Jeremy Dutcher are scheduled for performances on a show that is broadcast by the CBC TV, Radio One, CBC Music, the free CBC Gem streaming service, and globally at cbcmusic.ca/junos.
Selling more than one million albums over the past decade, indie pop singer and six-time Juno Award nominee Coeur de Pirate will team up with Francophone Album of the Year nominee, Loud on this year’s show.
Another pairing includes performer, composer, activist, musicologist, 2018 Polaris Music Prize winner and Indigenous Album of the Year nominee Jeremy Dutcher appearing with celebrated Maple Music violinist and Classical Album of the Year nominee Blake Pouliot.
The artists announced today will join previously confirmed performers Loud Luxury, bülow and Corey Hart.