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2014 JUNO Awards

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Photos: Junos 2014 – JUNO Songwriters’ Circle (Randy Bachman, July Talk, Lee Harvey Osmond + More)

By: Staff – JUNO Songwriters’ Circle brought together some of todays’ most talented Canadian singer-songwriters yesterday at Burton Cummings Theatre in Winnipeg, as they shared songs and stories on stage. Host Randy Bachman led the discussion, and performed some of his hit songs. Throughout out show, Bachman was joined by other accomplished Canadian songwriters including 2014 JUNO … Continue reading

Photos: Tegan and Sara, Serena Ryder, Arcade Fire Take Top Honours at 2014 JUNOS

By: Kevan Hannah – Tegan and Sara were among the big winners at this 43rd annual JUNO Awards, taking home three trophies in some of the year’s biggest categories, including group of the year and single of the year. “I don’t think many people, especially not us, would think that two queer kids from northeast … Continue reading

Photos: Junos 2014 – JUNOfest (A Tribe Called Red, Mounties, Autumn Hill + More)

Photos by: Kevan Hannah – The second and final night of 2014 JUNOfest occured last night at various venues in downtown Winnipeg. This night featured an array of 2014 JUNO nominees including Ottawa-based electronic trio A Tribe Called Red at the Exchange Event Centre, new Canadian supergroup Mounties, which features Hawksley Workman and Hot Hot Heat’s … Continue reading

Photos: Junos 2014 – Fans Mingle with Nominees at JUNO Fanfare

By: Staff – Fans met their favourite 2014 JUNO nominees, including Tegan and Sara, Walk Off The Earth, D-Sisive, Autumn Hill, Gord Bamford, Dean Brody, Brett Kissel and more at Winnipeg’s St. Vital Centre yesterday for autographs, selfies, and they were even treated to a pair of special performances by D-Sisive, and Colin and John-Angus MacDonald of … Continue reading

Photos: Junos 2014 – Serena Ryder, Tegan and Sara, and more, take home awards at JUNO Gala

By: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) – Several statues for the 43rd Juno Awards, including Artist of the Year, Country album of the year, Pop album of the year, Rock album of the year, Dance album of the year, and more, were handed out tonight during a gala at Winnipeg’s RBC Convention Centre. Tune into the JUNO Awards … Continue reading

Photos: Junos 2014 – JUNO Cup (The Rockers vs. The NHL Greats)

By: Staff – The battle between the rockers, led by Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy, and also included Colin MacDonald (The Trews), Devin Cuddy (son of Jim and leader of the Devin Cuddy Band), Menno Versteeg (Hollerado), Mike Belitsky and Sean Dean (The Sadies) and more, and the NHL greats, led by Mark Napier (Montreal Canadiens, Minnesota … Continue reading

Photos: Junos 2014 – Hollerado @ Pyramid Cabaret

By: Kevan Hannah – Toronto-based indie rockers Hollerado, who released their second album, White Paint, on February 26th, 2013 via Royal Mountain Records, are in Winnipeg this weekend following their JUNO nomination for Recording Package of the Year for White Paint. Frontman Menno Versteeg and guitarist Nixon Boyd, minus bassist Dean Baxter and drummer Jake Boyd, marked the occasion … Continue reading

Photos: Junos 2014 – SiriusXM JUNO Awards Kick-Off (The Trews, The New Meanies + More)

By: Kevan Hannah – The 2014 JUNO Awards officially kicked things into high gear on Thursday night as nominees, industry professionals and Winnipeg music lovers all gathered at the Metropolitan Entertainment Theatre for the Sirius XM JUNO Awards Kick-Off. The newly restored theatre is pulling double duty as the ‘Manitoba House’ over the next few … Continue reading

Photos: Junos 2014 – JUNO Cup Practice

By: Staff – The rockers, led by Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy, and features the likes of  Colin MacDonald (The Trews), Devin Cuddy (son of Jim and leader of the Devin Cuddy Band), Menno Versteeg (Hollerado), Mike Belitsky and Sean Dean (The Sadies) and more, and the NHL greats, led by Mark Napier (Montreal Canadiens, Minnesota North Stars, Edmonton … Continue reading

Preview: 5 Can’t-Miss Bands During 2014 JUNOfest

By: Kevan Hannah – With the Grammys in the rear view mirror and the Polaris Music Prize a lifetime away, Canadian music fans will have their eyes on Winnipeg as the JUNO Awards descend upon the city next week. Now in its 43rd year, the JUNO Awards will once again bring an ambitiously wide range … Continue reading

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